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Tequila Terralta

Jalisco (Los Altos Southern)
Nom 1579

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Nathan Bennett
Tequila Savant
204 ratings

Nathan Bennett
Tequila Savant
204 ratings

Nathan Bennett
Tequila Savant
204 ratings

Matt Gresham
Tequila Aficionado
58 ratings

Cooked agave, vanilla, caramel, slight oak on the nose. Some floral notes as it opens up. Cooked agave comes through in the flavor with oak, pepper, a bit of mineral. Finish starts buttery and ends long and spicy. One of my favorite reposados without a doubt!

Kevin Niemioja (Tequila Tourist)
Tequila Ninja
158 ratings

Great value for an XA. Proof is spot on, not too hot. Not too oaky. Maintains the agave with vanilla and pepper. Well balanced, wish I'd bought more.

Jose Gomez
Tequila Ninja
104 ratings

Slight oak, dry wood and spicy aroma. Ripe plum, a bit of milk candy, and some melon. Wood taste slighty overcomes the agave taste in this one, although wood taste is really balanced and not overwhelming due to the exhausted bourbon casks used to age the tequila. In the aftertaste, rich agave taste richly appears in an underlying layer: first I get cooked agave and then raw agave comes to scene. Not the average woody, vanilla and caramel taste on this one, and that is just great!

Lou Agave (Long Island Lou Tequila)
Tequila Ninja
140 ratings

Similar to Pasote, in that it tastes like you're drinking refreshing water from a spring. It's so full of sweetness from the agave, earthy anise, buttery, that it's unbelievable.

Rolando N
Tequila Savant
163 ratings

Erica Boorom
Tequila Guru
92 ratings

Aroma : Lots of cooked agave, some minerals, and green apple. No strong alcohol notes. Taste : Thick and oily and with crisp agave. There's a small degree of minerality here as well, but there is also olive and cinnamon. Finish : Long and somewhat alcohol numbing with plenty of cooked agave lingering for a while after. Normally I would think this level of alcohol would be a distraction from the quality, but it ends up complimenting it considering the simplicity, but full flavor of all the notes.

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