Trianon Tequila

Jalisco (Los Valles)
Nom 1123
Additional Distilleries: 1500

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Jon Novak
Tequila Savant
202 ratings

I could sniff this all day, wow! Barrel notes galore with agave. Caramel, hints of chocolate, maybe some cinnamon. This is a dessert sipper. Really enjoy it!

Jon Novak
Tequila Savant
202 ratings

NOM 1500 | So much agave in this one. I think they skipped the process and bottle a Piña. Not sure how to describe this one other than so much agave. Definitely has to be on Blanco drinkers list

Dom Diaz
Tequila Savant
270 ratings

Mike B (Great Lakes Tequila Club)
Tequila Badass
430 ratings

1500– Trianon Añejo is a sweet, woody, spicy sipping tequila that won’t break the bank. The color is dark, perhaps from the longer aging and red wine barrel (or maybe coloring), and visually reinforces some of the flavor profile. The bottle is quite nice, with a metal embossed badge, nice topper, and slender profile. Overall, the presentation is excellent. I detect caramel, vanilla, agave, oak, pepper, cinnamon, leather, and tobacco. It has nice viscosity and is a very pleasant sipper. I’ll add this to my list of tequila to help convert whiskey drinkers.

Don Heiser
Tequila Wizard
852 ratings

Nose: citrus, hints of lime, floral, vegetal, and mineral notes Flavor: cooked agave, agave sweetness, vanilla and green apple Finish: medium with lots of spice

Seattle Juan
Tequila Honey Badger
1324 ratings

From NOM 1500, this is very rich with caramel, oak, agave and nice viscosity. It settles down nicely in a Glencairn after sitting a few minutes. This opens up to a chewy caramel bar mouth feel while not being syrupy or over sweet. I've had this awhile as it is the bottom of the tri stack of .375ml bottles originally released by the brand. The taller 750ml bottles came later as did a move in NOM. This has a 2004 stamp but isn't anywhere near that old.

Joe Farrier
Tequila Ninja
167 ratings

John Mehrkens (@jmehrk35)
Tequila Phenom
357 ratings

NOM 1500 Bottle Stamp: 017BCO40 40% Amazing cooked agave on the aroma as soon as it hits the glass. Floral, papaya, guava, banana and citrus zest follow. Caramel and cinnamon are also present. Very agave forward on the flavor with black pepper providing a nice prickle on the tongue. The retro nasal and long finish introduce wintergreen LifeSavers to the flavor. The finish goes on for days. I would put this up against a few High Proof blancos and it would hold its own. Delicious. Haven't had the NOM 1123 yet, but any time I see one from NOM 1500 it is a must buy. Excellent value. You need to find this one

Gregg Time and Tequila
Tequila Ninja
128 ratings

Nose is deeply vegetal, earthy and kind of musky in a good way. Agave is prominent with a hint of sweetness and even cinnamon. Soft and round mouthfeel, there’s a minerality that’s nice. An easy mix of pepper and spice with low heat and a medium finish, that does get some complexity as it sits towards the back of the throat.

Latest News

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The Observer
Jul 02, 2014

Jamestown native brings small batch tequila to NY, Chautauqua County

Trianon Tequila is a handcrafted, small batch tequila from the small town of Amatitan, in the Mexican state of Jalisco.

Drinks Business Review
Mar 28, 2014

Camus Wine & Spirits to distribute Trianon Tequila in US

The company will begin the distribution of four expressions of Trianon Tequila in Florida, New York and Georgia this year.
Nov 01, 2012

Chattanoogan building Tequila brand

Eduardo Gomez is trying to create a tequila importing empire based right here in the Scenic City. His product, called Trianon Tequila, will compete directly with well-known upscale brands like Patron in Tennessee.