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|NOM :||1108 ,|
|Agave Type :||Tequilana Weber ,|
|Agave Region :||Jalisco (Los Altos) ,|
|Region :||Jalisco (Los Valles) ,|
|Cooking :||Autoclave (high pressure) ,|
|Extraction :||Roller Mill ,|
|Water Source :||Natural spring water ,|
|Fermentation :||100% agave, Cement Tank, Fermentation without fibers ,|
|Distillation :||2x distilled ,|
|Still :||Copper Pot ,|
|Aging :||American White Oak barrels, Wood chips ,|
|ABV/Proof :||40% abv (80-proof), 38% abv (76 proof)|
|Other :||No additives|
Cooked agave on the nose but not prominent…. Minerals, Wood and tobacco…. Has a good body… cooked agave, cinnamon, black pepper, dark chocolate bitterness.
Sweeter than both blanco & platino on the nose
On the nose, Cooked agave, Apple are very prominent. A little heat on the nose. Some faint oak and a nice vanilla Coming through. On the palate, agave and apple are right there, and some spices. Like cinnamon and clove or allspice, something like that. A little bit of citrus, and still has that tang I didn’t like in the blanco, but it works here in the medley of flavors. Overall solid, definitely a good budget mixer or even an okay-ish sipper.
Non mixto, old bottle. Delicious agave on the nose and palate. very enjoyable to drink
The best value Reposado with great agave characteristics
Aroma : Agave, apples, baking spices, and light oak. There's a bit of grassy funk too. Taste : Mellow fruits and agave are paired with light black pepper and oak. Finish : Medium length with bigger, bolder spice and fruity notes.
Nose: Truthfully, at $190 pesos, I did not have high expectations. But this nose is blowing my mind! It starts with sweet light colored fruit (pears, apples), and agave, accompanied by lively spiciness. There is an herbal note of dill, a little barnyard funk, straw and cut grass. A musty cellar note, not unpleasant. Flavor: Cinnamon, cracked black pepper and caramel to begin. Creamy vanilla and almond paste come next to complement the spicier elements. This is only 38% ABV, but carries itself like a heavyweight. Finally, a little of the funky barnyard agave aroma follows in the palate. Finish: The agave and spices linger forever!
This really surprised me. Its fruity in a slightly unripe, tart green apple sort of way. It reminds me of another well known brand. Lots of a agave, pepper and raw asparagus on the tongue. The aging evens it out. I bought this at El Buho for less than $10 USD. Recommended!
You’re going to be tough pressed to find a better entry level Reposado! Agave notes for days on the nose & tongue, extremely gentle oak that doesn’t effect the profile much.
The aging adds another element to the blanco and provides just a bit more balance. Barrel spice lightly touches this along with some agave sweetness.
Pretty decent agave forward tequila. Not super high end, and the finish is a bit harsh, but the nose is the star: agave all the way.
Wanted to like this more. Great value at $20. But not great for sipping. Nose is best part. Agave forward. Mellow oak. Taste is decent. But alcohol dominates. Finish more harsh than expected. Better with ice. Great with a splash of seltzer and lime…makes a great margarita too.
Aroma is a strong sweet agave with a hint of vanilla Taste is agave with hints of oak tropical fruit, vanilla and caramel
Bottle: Lot RX10-270522, 11/08/22 Appearance: Medium straw Aroma: Cooked agave, butterscotch, honey, caramel, black pepper, oak, vanilla, butter, alcohol, honey, red and green apples, cider, molasses, hay, minerality, and citrus…like a cross between tequila and Thanksgiving dessert Palate: Butterscotch, cinnamon, honey, black pepper, molasses, cooked agave, almond, butter, oak, alcohol, caramel, chestnut, red and green apple, vanilla, hazelnut, minerality, clove, earth, citrus, lemongrass, and subtle smoke Finish: Long, with barrel spice, cinnamon, alcohol, black pepper, and butterscotch stealing the show
Flavor: Alcohol notes are stronger than Avión. Tastes like toasted agave. I would like to try the Reposado Gran Reserva to compare flavors I continue to try it each additional night and I’m not sure if it is changing in flavor because it’s been opened like a bottle of wine but it’s not as bad and as harsh as I remember it the first day. I still would prefer Avion reposado for siping as the flavors and aroma come through right away. This one is growing on me. I am picking up flavors of toasted Agave then vanilla on the back end.
(Round Bottle) This is a gem! Agave, butter, slight oak with a hint of vanilla. The finish is warm & silky.
Nice cooked agave, light oak and baking spices. Good body and sweet agave and some pepper lingers in finish. I am usually not a big fan of Reposado’s, but this one has character while retaining the agave. Best part is the value. Excellent everyday sipper for the cabinet.
Pleasant agave smell. Sweet and good taste with a lot of smoothness. The aftertaste is short and leaves you wanting to sip again Great bargain bottle at around $25 can’t beat it.
Warm vanilla, oak, pepper. Medium bodied, rich, long lasting finish.
El Tequileño reposado brings back the aroma of its distillery that I visited. Very good reposado for its price. Put it in a pricier bottle and you can fool people with it. Love it, I always have a bottle of this for an every day tequila.
Bought at Total Wine. Did not like as much as others.
Interesting sort of sour minerality. Smooth finish and good value, $25. Not great like Ocho or El Tesoro aged tequilas but very good.
Lots and lots of agave, man, this is my favoriteo cost/benefit tequila, way better than any commercial major brand like Don Julio, Centenario or Herradura. always in my shelf!
On the mouth a lot of agave, vanilla, caramel and a little spice with a slightly spicy aftertaste and medium duration, excellent tequila for 17Us$ in Mx
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