Tears of Llorona

Jalisco (Los Valles)
Nom 1146

Recent Ratings

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Rob Gerard
Tequila Connoisseur
69 ratings

Tom Harrison
Tequila Ninja
128 ratings

Dom Diaz
Tequila Ninja
161 ratings

Andy Bardon
Tequila Ninja
140 ratings

Adolfo Sosa
Tequila Savant
240 ratings

MX Release. Very balanced and complex but on the pricier side. Excellent for winter.

Remy Newland
Tequila Wizard
737 ratings

2020 Three Barrel(s) Tears of Llorona Release Nose: Round barrel spices entwined in sweet oak and cedar aromas. Dried fruit, snappy citrus rind, cherries and a tart cider note. Vanilla and leather notes. A touch of wet mulch. No overbearing oak presence so far... and I am detecting agave. Flavors: Fruity, nutty amalgam with dark chocolate, cafe au lait, and honey. More pepper heat than the nose foretold. Develops a velvety Grand Mariner/Amaretto butterscotch vibe. This profile has great range in its repertoire. It’s like experiencing an ever evolving organoleptic kaleidoscope. Finishes long and luxuriously. This loses a point on value - more expensive in Mx than the USA.

Bryce Taylor (Austin Tequila Connoisseurs)
Tequila Savant
201 ratings

It’s a blend of tequilas aged in three types of barrels — scotch, sherry and cognac. Aged over 4 1/2 years. I detect light cooked agave, dark fruit, oak, dark chocolate, worn leather and unfiltered honey. I taste the cooked agave, cinnamon, dulce de leche, American whiskey and scotch, oak char, plump fruit, black pepper and some light honey. The finish is excellent. This is a complex tequila. Maybe the most complex I’ve had. It has a good mouth feel. The flavors linger even though there is some dryness to it. It’s 86 proof but you can’t tell because there is no alcohol burn. It stays on your pallet for several minutes, that’s a bonus! It’s expensive but I think it’s worth it even if it’s only to ever have just one bottle. It is a one liter bottle. Salud! - Austin Tequila Connoisseurs

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

Tears is absolutely phenomenal in the way German uses 3 different barrels and then blends them all together after they sit in separate barrels for up to 5 years. There's levels and levels of flavors and aromas. I think it's worth the price, and this might be the best extra anejo presently made.

chuck u farley
Tequila Ninja
119 ratings

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