Cimarron

Jalisco (Los Valles)
Nom 1146

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Erica Boorom
Tequila Guru
83 ratings

This a very standard, run of the mill blanco. The flavor profile is basic and inoffensive, with some sweet cooked agave, spicy white pepper, alongside some earth and vegetal notes. From a budget standpoint this tequila is a very strong contender. I got this 1 L bottle for $23 (an equivalent $17.25 for 750 mL), which is less expensive than other budget brands I typically see like Olmeca Altos or Tres Agaves. Not to mention Cimarron seems to have a richer, more traditional flavor. This can easily compete with bottles you might see in the 40 dollar range.

Bryce Taylor (Austin Tequila Connoisseurs)
Tequila Ninja
136 ratings

The nose is delicate. I smell some cooked agave with hints of vanilla and oak. The is a sweet ethanol note that’s actually pleasant. I taste sweet cooked agave, caramel and a whiskey oak barrel. It’s more dry than sweet and it has a nice finish with hints of pepper. This was $27 for a liter in Austin, TX. The depth of flavor would be its shortcoming but for the price this is a must buy. Salud!

Bryce Taylor (Austin Tequila Connoisseurs)
Tequila Ninja
136 ratings

Nose: Fresh Agave, lemon grass, minerals Taste: Agave, Pepper, Vegetal, Spice, Mint, slight alcohol and an agave sweetness on the tail end. Finish: Its a mouthfull of flavors with a nice long peppery finish. It drinks like a higher proof for a 40 abv tequila. It's an agave forward earthy spicy tequila. I dig it! This flavor profile is perfect for me and that’s why it earned high marks. It’s $22 a liter so that also helped. ¡Salud!

Craig Macadang
Tequila Wizard
933 ratings

Craig Macadang
Tequila Wizard
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Remy Newland
Tequila Wizard
628 ratings

Older Mexican bottling 35%. $115 pesos. ($6.00 USD) Nose: Agave, berries, and barrel spices. Nice floral notes. Flavor: Fruity with just a hint of barrel aging. Honey, agave and light pepper. Berries persist in the flavor with some licorice. Another surprisingly good bargain offering from NOM 1146.

Remy Newland
Tequila Wizard
628 ratings

Tequileña’s bargain bottling. Mexican 38%. $255 pesos ($13 USD). Nose: Round fruit notes, agave and some barrel spice. Flavor: Vanilla, pepper, a fair amount of sweetness and some bitterness. Finishes with pepper heat. Not bad. An edit as I’m on my second glass. This is a guy that can’t make bad tequila. Kudos.

Nathan Bennett
Tequila Ninja
196 ratings

Simon Gutierrez
Tequila Ninja
158 ratings

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Tequila Cimarron Blanco is an excellent tequila, a great value and fantastic for parties. Cimarron has been made for the bar and cocktail market which fits perfectly because it is very straightforward and clean.

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