Mijenta Tequila

Jalisco (Los Altos Southern)
Nom 1412
Additional Distilleries: 1499

Recent Ratings

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Mike Eddins
Tequila Savant
279 ratings

Antwane Nelson
Tequila Savant
245 ratings

Rob Gerard
Tequila Ninja
128 ratings

Scott Sampson
Tequila Ninja
165 ratings

Ryan August
Tequila Guru
91 ratings

On the nose, I get butter, butterscotch, vanilla and cooked agave. A medley of those immediately, followed by cooked agave. A touch of wet grass on the back end, almost like the smell of outside after a light rain. On the palate, I definitely get the agave and spicy white pepper. Nice, balanced sweetness. Definitely some minerality. The butter note comes through, but not as much as the nose would suggest. Medium body, oily and almost silky. A touch of anise coming up on the finish for me. Definitely a very interesting tequila, highly enjoyable and unique.

Francisco Garcia
Tequila Ninja
108 ratings

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

Andrew Davis
Tequila Ninja
168 ratings

Dom Diaz
Tequila Savant
229 ratings

Latest News

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Barrons
Mar 23, 2021

Sustainable Sipping With Top-Shelf Tequila

Tequila's success has created an enormous strain, imperiling the health and viability of the blue Weber agave on which tequila depends, as well as the farmers who grow it.

The Spirits Business
Mar 02, 2021

A drink with… Ana Maria Romero, Mijenta

The maestra tequilera of Mijenta Tequila tells us about changing the category’s image and the importance of sustainability.

Forbes
Jan 31, 2021

Big Sales, No Agave: A Look At 2020 In The Tequila Industry

Despite the obstacles 2020 brought, sales of tequila have soared. To look at exactly how the industry changed in 2020, I asked a panel of tequila experts to weigh in.

Shanken News Daily
Sep 01, 2020

Former Bacardi CEO Mike Dolan Unveils Super-Premium Tequila Mijenta

Mijenta, whose name is derived from the Spanish for “my people,” is made by Maestra Tequilera Ana Maria Romero—a 25-year industry veteran—using fully mature Blue Weber agave grown in red clay soil.