Siempre Tequila

Jalisco (Los Valles)
Nom 1438
Additional Distilleries: 1137, 1414

Recent Ratings

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Nic Soglanich (The Tequila Wanderer)
Tequila Ninja
112 ratings

Simon Gutierrez
Tequila Phenom
313 ratings

Remy Newland
Tequila Wizard
874 ratings

Nose: A distinctive red wine aroma, with a bit of wood. Bold honey imbued agave richness. A pleasantly sharp mineral aspect at midpoint, with mint and anise making an appearance as well. Light smokiness, and a sour Mezcal-like suggestion. It has a warm, round feel to the aroma profile; integrating the higher ABV with no ethanol excess. Flavor: Bursts on the scene with gutsy white pepper, fennel & caraway seed, and a counterpoint touch of vanilla. Sweet, viscous and savory. Lots of fruit and agave goodness. A big licorice punch joins the peppery foray. Mouth filling and long lasting finish. This is a vivacious expression that defies your previous notions of tequila. Veteran palates should appreciate Vivo.

Asaf Cohen
Tequila Ninja
178 ratings

Lou Agave (Long Island Lou Tequila)
Tequila Phenom
383 ratings

Bryce Taylor (Austin Tequila Connoisseurs)
Tequila Phenom
300 ratings

This special tequila has a very fresh and clean nose. The dominant scent is buttery cooked agave followed by some celery, minerals and oily lemon and lime citrus zest. There’s a slight hint of anise and alcohol (47.5 ABV). This still strength blanco is a full bodied and complex offering. This viscous potation is very buttery. The cooked agave is front and center. That’s followed by some green mellon, lime, soft vegetal notes, grapefruit rind, thin honey, minerals, white pepper and fresh jalapeño on the finish. The finish is more savory than spicey but some fresh pepper lingers. It begs you to keep coming back for me.

Smells like those cinnamon coated nuts you get at a fair. In a good way. French oak barrels very distinctive on this tequila. Cinnamon. Nuts. Baking spice. Cooked agave. Long finish. Not as harmonious as would be ideal but a very solid expression overall.

Mike B (Great Lakes Tequila Club)
Tequila Savant
288 ratings

Another interesting project that starts with Supremo blanco which is already tahona crushed and fermented with fibers to deliver a punch of flavor. The blanco is earthy and briney to begin with, so the Reposados take that on in a way that’s fairly different from most. This one delivers wet earth, leather, oak, and black cherry. It’s also much darker than the other barrels.

Mike B (Great Lakes Tequila Club)
Tequila Savant
288 ratings

I love what Siempre is doing here. Take Supremo blanco which is already tahona crushed and fermented with fibers to deliver a punch of flavor, and age it in a variety of barrels to produce unique Reposados. The Supremo is earthy and briney to begin with, so the Reposados take that on in a way that’s fairly different from most. This one delivers an earthy, herbal, agave, oaky experience.