Sierra

Jalisco (Central)
Nom 1451

Recent Ratings

See How Sierra Tequilas Rank With Our Community

Kevin Adkins
Tequila Enthusiast
6 ratings

Kid’s tequila for shooting, and about nothing else. But it comes with a hat. I’m sure it’s fine for a margarita, but I prefer a tequila I can drink.

Jay MacRaild
Tequila Phenom
355 ratings

I legit like this.....nobody is more surprised than me!! Agave profiles on the nose prominently and the neutral spirit doesn’t take over like it does in the silver. I’ve had plenty of 100% agave Reposado’s that don’t hold a candle to this. Hats off(I’m punny)!

Jay MacRaild
Tequila Phenom
355 ratings

Smells and profiles like 100% agave until it hits the back palette and the other sugars reveal themselves. Hood value for making margaritas.

Marius Strøm
Tequila Fan
4 ratings

Chuck Casselman
Tequila Fan
3 ratings

Horrible. No mas. Waste of an agave.

Ty Chand
Tequila Fan
1 ratings

Braxton Sharp
Tequila Fan
4 ratings

Had a cool tasting of Value Tequilas. Sierra Silver was the unanimous hands down winner. Included was Jose Cuervo, Olmeca and Sauza. The kicker here is that Sierra was super smooth with nice typical silver tequila notes and much much smoother than the other Tequilas. This is a quality Tequila that shines when compared to other offerings. If you are looking for a value Tequila this is the only one I could recommend based solely on how darn good it is for the price.

Cliff Higgins
Tequila Fan
1 ratings

Dannielle Pawlak
Tequila Fan
1 ratings

Latest News

Keep up with what's happening with Sierra

The Spirits Business
Jan 22, 2018

Tequila has a ‘long runway of opportunity’ ahead

In the face of yet another agave shortage, one that has lasted for several years, Tequila has, against all odds, remained resilient. Sustainability of the category’s key agricultural product has long been a recurring problem for the industry.

TasteTequila.com
Oct 14, 2015

The Truth About Where Your Favorite Tequila Is Made

What do Casamigos, Avión, and Clase Azul tequilas all have in common? All are made in the same distillery, located in a town called Jesús María in the Los Altos region of Jalisco, Mexico.