Bottle of Gran Centenario Añejo

Gran Centenario Añejo

Type: Tequila
Nom
1122
639 Ratings See All
$29.99
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Production Details
NOM : 1122 ,
Agave Type : Tequilana Weber ,
Agave Region : - ,
Region : Jalisco (Los Valles) ,
Cooking : Autoclave (high pressure) ,
Extraction : Roller Mill ,
Water Source : - ,
Fermentation : 100% agave, Stainless steel tanks ,
Distillation : 2x distilled ,
Still : Column ,
Aging : - ,
ABV/Proof : 40% abv (80-proof), 35-39% abv (70-78 proof)
Other : -

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Aromas & Flavors Detected By Our Community

Aromas Detected

42
Oak
34
Agave (cooked)
31
Caramel
27
Vanilla
18
Cinnamon
16
Pepper (black)
14
Butter
11
Alcohol
8
Fruity
8
Citrus
8
Whiskey
7
Chocolate

Flavors Detected

41
Oak
30
Agave (cooked)
29
Caramel
29
Vanilla
23
Pepper (black)
16
Alcohol
15
Cinnamon
14
Whiskey
10
Chocolate
9
Butter
7
Fruity
7
Butterscotch

Ratings

Personal Scores & Reviews From Our Community

Tequila Ninja
101 ratings
  • 79 Rating

On the nose, Oak and caramel, masking cooked agave underneath. Some pepper. Whiskey. A touch of vanilla and apple. Fruity. Some citrus. Not bad. On the palate, Sweet agave, and something almost like apple juice. Caramel and vanilla, light whiskey notes. Really not bad, I can’t find any flaws. It’s not mind blowing, but it is pretty solid. I hear there’s diffuser juice mixed in, and that may be the case, but this is just a really easy drinking, clean and perfectly fine tequila. I can see the appeal. It’s got no heat, some tasty flavors, perfect for sipping or shooting, if you’re into that. I may be a little contrarian here, but I think it’s got a place. If you’re gonna drink a super commercial Cuervo product, this would be the one I’d suggest. I think it lacks that distinct diffuser chemical funk.

Tequila Wizard
852 ratings
  • 85 Rating

This is a vintage Green Label Gran Centenario añejo, from back in the day...Not what you will find on store shelves today. Nose: Ripe red, jammy fruit. A warm vanilla and baking spice blend. Some orange zest. A little “snap” to the nose. Rich and fruity round oak aromas. The oak notes creep up in magnitude as it opens up. Flavors: Oily, spicy, peppery. A Cointreau note. Dark ripe cherries. Vanilla, nutmeg and leather. It’s like an opulent dessert with kick. Finishing impressions: Not crazy complex, but has a pleasing warm, comfortable style.

Tequila Phenom
334 ratings
  • 79 Rating

Average Anejo, whiskey like on the palate. Light in style. Prefer the repo from this producer for the money.

Tequila Honey Badger
1004 ratings
  • 84 Rating

Rated blind. Some nice subtle chocolate notes the the aroma.

Tequila Badass
452 ratings
  • 79 Rating

Gotta say I like this tequila, great use of oak and blending to achieve a good balance. This product could be an easy stand in for bourbon when recruiting new agave lovers.

Tequila Honey Badger
1223 ratings
  • 76 Rating

Green Label

Tequila Ninja
128 ratings
  • 91 Rating

Sooooo much better and different than the current blue label. Nice crisp aromas of citrus , agave and vanilla/caramel. Those carry over into the flavors with a bit of alcohol and chocolate. Nice lingering finish with little burn compared to current version. This is actually the juice that got us started on this awesome agave journey. Getting harder to find but still some bottles out there for around 60 bucks or so, even from collectors. Great "old school" juice IMHO.

Tequila Honey Badger
1254 ratings
  • 86 Rating

From a 3L green label bottle @ 38% ABV. This is very nice with a spicy finish. Cooked agave and barrel spice (caramel, cinnamon or clove and vanilla) on the nose. Nice mouthfeel but not oily or viscous. Some alcohol numbing even at the lower proof. Good long finish. Proves that Cuervo can make good tequila when they want to.

Tequila Badass
482 ratings
  • 90 Rating

Awesome. Butter. Smooth. Fruit. Love it.

Tequila Badass
412 ratings
  • 85 Rating

Nice agave aroma over sweet barrel.

Tequila Savant
213 ratings
  • 79 Rating

Budget Anjeos are often a disaster, however, this budget Anejo ($32 @ Virginia ABC) is a decent sipper. Nose: The nose opens up with a bunch of sweetness. Oak, caramel, cooked agave, butter, and cheap whiskey predominate. Taste: A touch of bitter cinammon and cheap whiskey up front. Transitions to chocolate, cooked agave, and citrus fruit. A little flat and not to complicated, but reasonably decent. Finish: Pleasingly warm with chocolate and cinnamon notes for a medium finish.

Tequila Enthusiast
5 ratings
  • 71 Rating

Carmel and slight vanilla on the tounge upfront. The aroma is cooked agave and oak. Decent but not my first choice.

Tequila Ninja
171 ratings
  • 60 Rating

It’s syrup-y and I don’t like it. Oak-y

Tequila Connoisseur
69 ratings
  • 81 Rating

Aroma is > Plato and repo. Flavor isn’t exciting but good. Finish is decent too.

Tequila Freak
23 ratings
  • 78 Rating

Carmel, vanilla, aged longer Than most anejos. whiskey like taste. not as sweet as many anejos.

Tequila Aficionado
50 ratings
  • 84 Rating

This is more of an old school/purist style of tequila than it is a modern/sweet anejo. Instead of being heavy on the sweet caramel or vanilla flavors it has more pepper and agave but not so strong that it isn’t smooth or undrinkable. It’s a very good anejo at a great price.

Tequila Guru
91 ratings
  • 53 Rating

TMM says otherwise but this smells like straight diffuser juice to me. The gross, grassy, musty notes mostly overpower the nose but there’s a bit of (fake?) caramel sweetness underneath them. The palate is flat, thin, peppery, and dominated by alcohol. It has a bitter aftertaste that makes me think additives are involved. I almost never go this low on my ratings but this was just dreadful. I’m glad I only bought a small 200mL bottle but I still feel robbed. Please just buy Espolon or Arette instead of this, they both blow it out of the water for less money.

Tequila Guru
98 ratings
  • 55 Rating

$50

Tequila Warrior
46 ratings
  • 81 Rating

Nom 1122. Costco had it for $27. Amazing price for what you get. Good aroma, good taste. Slight alcohol burn, but not bad. I’m impressed for the price. Whiskey like flavor of vanilla and oak, but nice tequila aftertaste.

Tequila Ninja
144 ratings
  • 84 Rating

Wood, vanilla, butterscotch. Very whiskey-ish. Sampled this from a 200ml bottle. Only $5.99. Score rated higher for pricing.

Tequila Fan
3 ratings
  • 84 Rating

Good Anejo for the price point. Would recommend it as a budget sipper.

Tequila Warrior
43 ratings
  • 80 Rating

The nose made me excited and curious. She taste like she smells, and that’s where this bottle takes a hit from me. Enticing scent but overbearing a bit on my taste buds. Stylish ass bottle though.

Tequila Guru
94 ratings
  • 80 Rating

Nice product with notes of oak agave and vanilla on the nose with a little butter on the tongue. A great product for the price for sure!

Tequila Fan
4 ratings
  • 82 Rating

Smells sweet and earthy/woody with a touch of caramel smoothness. Flavor was surprisingly smooth with a rich vanilla and buttery caramel sweetness resembling many bourbons. There was an interesting and soft wood taste, that I personally haven’t found in a tequila, that was delightful and matched perfectly with the smooth rich sweetness. The finish was smooth enough, though left a desire for less burn after the rich taste I had just experienced. Overall a very good sipping tequila and an unmatched bargain at its less than $30 price point.

Tequila Guru
90 ratings
  • 82 Rating

Oak, vanilla and faint citrus on the nose. Oak, vanilla and citrus flavors. Well balanced with an oily mouthfeel. Mild peppery finish. I’d keep a bottle around.