Reserva del Señor

Jalisco (Central)
Nom 1124

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Lou Agave (Long Island Lou Tequila)
Tequila Savant
206 ratings

The nose is very vegetal with a funky spice, mint and smoke aroma. Taste is fruity, sweet, spicy and vegeative. Some heat on the way out, and not bad overall.

chuck u farley
Tequila Ninja
116 ratings

Jacob Skoff
Tequila Badass
440 ratings

Aroma: mocha, coffee, earth, wood, and agave. Palate; spices, agave , oak wood, nuts, coffee. Finish is long with coffee taste, dark chocolate, and spices. It finish a little bitter for an Añejo.

Pepe Galvez
Tequila Savant
238 ratings

Adolfo Sosa
Tequila Savant
228 ratings

Jay MacRaild
Tequila Badass
412 ratings

Loads of pepper and vanilla, it feels like it’s going to be too thin to stick with you long but it hung on for a medium finish. Can’t ask much more of an Añejo at this price point, this is a gem for the bargain bin!

Remy Newland
Tequila Wizard
717 ratings

Nose: Ripe fruit, candied fruits and spice. Vanilla and caramel. Aged bourbon peeking through with a hint of grass and earth. Flavors: Butterscotch, caramel, agave and sweet/hot jerk seasonings. Barrel tannins and bourbon roll in next. Fairly oily with a black pepper finale. Finish: Heat and sweet - likely to please to newer aficionados.

Remy Newland
Tequila Wizard
717 ratings

Nose: A little hot and sharp on first pass. Then a floral note, minerals and agave evolve. Flavors: Agave, pepper and an acrid pepper bite. An undercurrent of mint, and with a little time, the bitter note rounds out, giving way to creamy sweetness.

John Welch
Tequila Honey Badger
1095 ratings

Bourbon forward with a ton of caramel and butterscotch. Maybe some color added to this to obtain the golden color but the rub test for glycerin comes out clean. Pretty typical añejo profile and nothing offensive make this worth sipping if you can find it.

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The Business Year
Mar 05, 2016

Sip By Sip

TBY talks to Manuel García Villegas, General Director of Tequilas del Señor, on introducing tequila to new countries and remaining small to ensure quality.