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|NOM :||1472 ,|
|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 :||Stainless Pot w/Copper Coil ,|
|Aging :||- ,|
|ABV/Proof :||40% abv (80-proof)|
NOM 1142 | NOM 1142 - Decent cheap tequila for margaritas at a party or bar. Soft with a slightly harsh ending, but not smooth. Not a sipping tequila. Cooked agave definitely there, but nothing else.
NOM 1142 Aroma is alcoholic and the taste is medicinal. There is some cooked agave though, and the texture is a bit better than the Añejo. 1.75L for $20 isn't bad though.
NOM 1142 | You wanna hate on things that are masses produced but there just isn’t anything to hate here. Smells and tastes like proper agave, nothing elite, just plods along delivery what any tequila should. Vacation approved!
Good mixer on a budget but not a sipper. This is made by NOM 1472, the same number that appears on the bottle of Cielo. The distillery is Fabrica de Tequilas Finos, S.A.
NOM 1472 | Only OK to sip this blanco is great in the 1.75L bottle for infusions, margaritas and palomas. Aromas of agave and some alcohol. Citrus and some roast agave on the palate. Short finish that fades to some sweetness.
NOM 1472 | NOM 1472. Only good for mixed drinks
NOM 1472 | I guess you could use this for shots or frozen margaritas. Maybe stick it in some Jello? If all you've got is $20 for 1.75 liters, then you're probably not sipping. I'd recommend it over the Cuervo mixtos. I use it for infusions.
Bent smell; medicine taste
NOM 1472 | Of course this sold out in one week, but it is super drinkable and has a buttery vanilla flavour with strong agave taste.
great price for a tequila to make your margaritas.
NOM 1472 | Best bargain blanco I’ve tried. Great for making drinks and a decent sipper. Not a lot of complexity on the nose or taste. A lot of agave some notes of cut grass. A little sweet but not overly.
aroma: Burnt agave with some floral notes taste: initially sweet agave with hints of oak and smoky flavor finish: harsh medicinal and burnt flavor with hints of oak similar to a mezcal. Definitely not a sipper, but recommend with mixed drinks
NOM 1142 | Bland, fine mixer but not getting much flavor depth. Agave aromas
NOM 1438 | A score of 33 is being slightly generous. Some people are saying there’s value in it as a mixer. Maybe only if you value tequila with hardly any taste of agave. Skip it!
Great value for Margaritas and Paloma's.
NOM 1472 | Super cheap. Not a sipper. Maybe, just maybe a mixer. Barely at that.
An exceptional bargain for a mixer. Not a sipper but works great in margaritas. Of key importance, it does not give me migraines / headaches.
This is my #1 favorite tequila on a regular basis. It is the tequila that got me drinking tequila straight, after drinking only margaritas for years. The experience: This is a very velvety smooth, almost syrupy tequila. It is not syrupy, but to me just the perfect sheen, viscosity (?) and flavor. The flowery blue agave aroma hits you hardest straight away, followed up by a strong citrusy scent, then a less strong browned butter / vanilla scent. These are also what you taste as you sip it. Surprisingly, some pepper hits you along with it. There is almost zero alcohol burn, which is what I prefer most of all. It is very easy going down, so pace yourself. I'm not a heavy drinker, but I've had days where I drank this all day, & it's never given me a hangover. I would kiss the man who made this tequila. Add to that the fact it.is $23 a 1.75L bottle & this tequila becomes impossible, in my opinion, to beat. Lately Costco is always out of it so I suspect a local restaurant has been buying them out. I prefer it over any other brand I've ever had, with maybe the exception of the Kirkland Anejo. Grab this giant silver one if you can! And Costco, please never stop making it! Salut!
NOM 1472 | Has a strange smell to it. Kinda fishy. It’s bad enough that I can’t enjoy the tequila and won’t drink it. Guests will finish this bottle. :)
NOM 1142 | For the price, this is a great value. 1.75 liter bottle for less than $23. I sip my tequila and this is fine for a simple night and a couple of shots. Of course if you are having a special night, there are better choices.
NOM 1142 | Definitely a drink to mix with.
NOM 1142 | Not a sipper. Alcohol through out. Maybe good as a mixer. Use strong flavors in your cocktail. Not as good as the repo which is very mediocre. The most points are for value. Try to error on the side of quality, not value. Made at a contact distillery. At least it is not JC. (Faint praise)
Equal aromas of alcohol, agave and vegetation. Strong alcohol taste with some agave and a bitter finish. Not terrible but not much else going on.
NOM 1142 | It’s a little sweet but for the price I really dig it.
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NOM 1142 | Awesome value. Nicely made from a contract distillery. 1.75 bottle under $30. Great for mixing cocktails. Not unbearable to sip alone