Terralta Tequila Añejo

Type: Tequila
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1579
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Production Details
NOM : 1579 ,
Agave Type : Tequilana Weber ,
Agave Region : Jalisco (Los Altos) ,
Region : Jalisco (Los Altos Southern) ,
Cooking : Stone/Brick Ovens ,
Extraction : Tahona ,
Water Source : Deep well water ,
Fermentation : Stainless steel tanks, 100% agave, Fermentation without fibers ,
Distillation : 2x distilled ,
Still : Copper Pot ,
Aging : American White Oak barrels, Used barrels ,
ABV/Proof : 40% abv (80-proof)
Other : No additives

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Aromas & Flavors Detected By Our Community

Aromas Detected

21
Agave (cooked)
13
Oak
8
Fruity
7
Peach
6
Caramel
6
Pitted Fruit
6
Vanilla
5
Citrus
4
Earth
3
Alcohol
3
White Pepper
3
Berry

Flavors Detected

28
Agave (cooked)
23
Oak
16
Vanilla
12
Pepper (black)
8
White Pepper
8
Caramel
6
Cinnamon
6
Brine/Salt
6
Almond
6
Minerals
6
Butter
5
Fruity

Ratings

Personal Scores & Reviews From Our Community

Tequila Ninja
107 ratings
  • 91 Rating

On the nose, Light oak, agave, and fruit. A little bit of berries. Canteloupe, or maybe honeydew, some type of melon for sure. Beautiful aroma, one of my favorite notes and I rarely get it. On the palate, Intense flavor. Spices, minerals, agave. Definitely get the oak, definitely get the earthiness. It’s got a nice balanced sweetness, and a bit of vanilla. I swear I’m tasting almond and maybe butter, but sweet. A tiny bit of mint in the finish for me. Many people consider this the weak spot of the Terralta line but I would have to completely disagree. This is fantastic, full of flavor. I almost feel like the reposado is more subdued in comparison. The first sip was an exposition of flavor and at $51 at my local spot, I’ll keep this in stock forever.

Tequila Phenom
383 ratings
  • 87 Rating

What a fantastic light and clean Anejo by Felipe Camarena.

Tequila Phenom
349 ratings
  • 87 Rating

Well balanced with sweet cooked agave, alcohol and light wood

Tequila Savant
288 ratings
  • 84 Rating

Oak, honeydew, agave, vanilla, pepper, cinnamon, a touch of smoke. Medium finish with a rich coat. Excellent!

Tequila Ninja
142 ratings
  • 87 Rating

Slight oak, dry wood and spicy aroma. Ripe plum, a bit of milk candy, and some melon. Wood taste slighty overcomes the agave taste in this one, although wood taste is really balanced and not overwhelming due to the exhausted bourbon casks used to age the tequila. In the aftertaste, rich agave taste richly appears in an underlying layer: first I get cooked agave and then raw agave comes to scene. Not the average woody, vanilla and caramel taste on this one, and that is just great!

Tequila Ninja
128 ratings
  • 87 Rating

Aroma : Cooked agave and apricot predominate here. There is also some brine and light oak. Light earth as well. Taste : Light agave here with some oak. A small degree of brine here as well. Peppery with some almond and caramel. Full bodied. Finish : Long with stronger notes of an oak and caramel barrel influence.

Tequila Wizard
874 ratings
  • 87 Rating

Nose: Full on agave. Ripe peach, apricot and berries. Undercurrent of barrel spice - very light oak! Flavor: Coats your mouth with silky vanilla, almond and jerk-like spices. A nice pepper sensation. A hint of brine and cured cheese. A slight tongue numbing, satisfying finish.

Tequila Savant
214 ratings
  • 90 Rating

Solid

Tequila Honey Badger
1264 ratings
  • 86 Rating

This has some really nice flavor with caramel and oak along with agave spice of white pepper and moderate alcohol. Nice

Tequila Freak
24 ratings
  • 89 Rating

On the nose you’re greeted with oak but the edge has been rounded off with vanilla, there is some cooked agave and stone fruit that’s balanced as well. On entry you get the sweetness of the stone fruit followed by the warming of the vanilla, oak and some cinnamon.on the finish you’re left with the oak and some lingering vanilla, great balanced añejo between agave and barrel.

Tequila Ninja
112 ratings
  • 87 Rating

The light straw color is lighter than many reposados which we know is Felipe’s goal to minimize barrel influence and retain an agave presence which I like in aged tequilas.

Tequila Savant
277 ratings
  • 87 Rating

Aromas: Butterscotch, cinnamon, orange peel and earth. Taste: Baking spice, butter and cooked agave. Finish: Minerals, smoke, dried fruits and white pepper.

Tequila Savant
216 ratings
  • 89 Rating

This is Terralta! Fantastic. crisp, still has agave touch with the light aging. I tend to prefer this over heavy oak. But time and place, and this one is perfect for me right now.

Tequila Enthusiast
5 ratings
  • 100 Rating

Melon, cooked agave very little wood a little vanilla very pleasant, very unassuming bottle Get it if you can

Tequila Ninja
100 ratings
  • 88 Rating

Aroma, light but definite agave, burnt brown sugar, and vanilla tones. Flavor, kind of faint at first followed by burnt brown sugar, agave, wood, and anise. Finish a touch hot for its aging but overall a good sipper and sharer (meaning it's one I won't be hoarding)

Tequila Ninja
160 ratings
  • 87 Rating

Terralta Añejo lot 1 Lote: LT0001A40 (Oct 13, 2016) Date tasted: June 17, 2022 Nose: agave, fruit, peach, a little oak, pepper Taste: sweet agave, vanilla, oak, slight pepper Finish: sweet agave slight oak and pepper, warmth. very nice finish Other: This is an old bottle with about 1/4 left in the bottle. it was still very good and well balanced. Nice legs, viscosity is not too thick not watery. Just right. Another easy sipper. smell the glass when it's empty. Caramel on the nose!

Tequila Connoisseur
70 ratings
  • 80 Rating

Agave, fruit, earthy, and light oak on the nose. Very soft on the palate. Brine, agave, light carmel, and fruit notes on the palate. Very uneventful for an Anejo. Not bad but a little light on flavor. Would not think it was an anejo if I did not pour it myself.

Tequila Ninja
118 ratings
  • 81 Rating

Decent Anejo, but not as much flavor as I'd hoped. Many better options out there, including several from NOM 1579.

Tequila Savant
230 ratings
  • 88 Rating

Terralta's Anjeo is light, crisp, and affordable. Give this time to open up. Aroma: Immediately hit with a light bourbon barrel char. Cooked agave, cinnamon and white pepper follow suit. Notes of apricot/peach, red berries, a touch of vanilla and orange citrus. Taste: Dry mouthfeel, yet silky. There is a cinnamon warth that builds through the finish. Cooked agave, a touch of almond and a slight briney bite. Flavors slowly develop into salted caramel along with vanilla and black pepper. Finish: Long. Salty carmel, cracked pepper and cinnamon warmth play well together.

Tequila Savant
283 ratings
  • 87 Rating

Very good! The nose begins with agave and oak The mouthfeel is clean water which is refreshing. There is light pepper and agave which finished with some more oak, agave and just a bit of pepper and sweetness. A nicely done anejo.

Tequila Fan
1 ratings
  • 85 Rating

Light nose.

Tequila Guru
93 ratings
  • 91 Rating

Beautiful mineral and citrus qualities. Bold rich flavors of lemon/lime citrus, vanilla bean, custard, agave…. Oily mouthfeel. Excellent!

Tequila Ninja
100 ratings
  • 89 Rating

On the nose i get like the sweetness from the agave but also a fruitiness like cherry’s. On the palate, i still get a sweetness, white pepper, the American oak towards the end.

Tequila Ninja
146 ratings
  • 85 Rating

Subtle nose but with plenty of Terralta goodness on the palate. The barrel influence is just right. Just can’t find any fault with the Terralta lineup!

Tequila Connoisseur
63 ratings
  • 91 Rating

A blanco lovers anejo!

Other news & reviews

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Long Island Lou Tequila
Dec 09, 2020

Terralta Anejo - What An Amazingly Pleasant Surprise

Lou and his friend Warren get into Terralta Añejo, made at the famous El Pandillo distillery.

TasteTequila.com
Feb 23, 2017

Terralta Añejo Tequila – “Earthly Pleasure”

If you think the term terroir only applies to wine, the Terralta line will make you think again. Aromas of soil (earth, mushrooms) and minerals remain even in the añejo, mixing pleasantly with barrel flavors such as vanilla, maple, and caramel.