Chinaco

Tamaulípas
Nom 1127

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Nathan Bennett
Tequila Boss
508 ratings

Fielding and Jones import.

ChristineH Tequila.Diva
Tequila Boss
506 ratings

lote #80, bottle 335 of 1365 Nose-  agave bubblegum vanilla Taste - cooked agave bubblegum vanilla

ChristineH Tequila.Diva
Tequila Boss
506 ratings

Anejo this is an old teardrop bottle that we've had for several years (2015ish?) AQ 9223, L3010= nose: caramel, cinnamon, butterscotch anise a little fruit citrus pepper, barrel notes. taste: nutty oak, agave, cinnamon, barrel spices, sweet pepper. Medium/long finish with warmth, dry

ChristineH Tequila.Diva
Tequila Boss
506 ratings

REPO this is an old teardrop bottle that we've had for several years (2015ish?) RQ 11192, L2011= subtle nose that opens, agave, a little oak a little alcohol, fruit nuts and the funk again (soap, Bandaids?), some oak, barrel spices. Taste is white pepper butterscotch oak, barrel spices a little bitter on finish and that funky taste lingers

ChristineH Tequila.Diva
Tequila Boss
506 ratings

this is an old teardrop bottle that we've had for several years (2015ish?) Blanco BP 522, no L1009 nose - white pepper alcohol agave fruit and a funky smell (soap?) taste = more agave/sweet taste than nose, but a weird funky aftertaste. note: this bottle is old and has been open a long time with only a little left in the bottle. so I'm not sure if the funk is due to oxygenation or if it's always been there. but I gotta rate based on what I'm getting in the tasting notes.

ChristineH Tequila.Diva
Tequila Boss
506 ratings

the nose is very appealing, agave bubblegum vanilla. taste cooked agave bubblegum vanilla pepper whiskey, oak. finish is very dry. this is good, but it's a little more oaky and drier than I prefer.

Marissa P (@tequilaencyclopedia)
Tequila Phenom
338 ratings

Marissa P (@tequilaencyclopedia)
Tequila Phenom
338 ratings

Marissa P (@tequilaencyclopedia)
Tequila Phenom
338 ratings

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TasteTequila.com
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Alcademics.com
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Chinaco for Dinner

Last week I attended a dinner at Tres Agaves in San Francisco with Gabriel and Guillermo Gonzalez of Chinaco Tequila. Tres Agaves is hosting monthly distillers' dinners with a different tequila brand each time.