Jalisco (Los Altos Southern)
Nom 1414

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Andy Bardon
Tequila Ninja
140 ratings

Anise - lots of it!!

Jacob Skoff
Tequila Badass
400 ratings

Well packaged, nice frosty bottle, good presentation. $39/bottle + tax. Cooked roasted agave, green notes of bell pepper, shallots, lime, lemon peel, citrus, orange zest, herbal, smoke, grass, hay, mineral and earth. Finish medium with green notes, anise, white pepper, and sweet agave.

Tom Harrison
Tequila Ninja
132 ratings

Dom Diaz
Tequila Ninja
167 ratings

Senior Rick Mendell
Tequila Savant
154 ratings

The nose is lacking in baked agave. Lots of green notes, both herbal and bell pepper. Mid palate was a noticeable rich, smooth sensation. The finish is a bounty of cinnamon and white pepper that builds up for about 15-20 seconds, then calms down but lingers for no less than another 30 seconds. I’m pleased with the $40 I paid, as it is well worth the price. If you haven’t tried Yeyo yet, I recommend you do. It’s worthy!

Carlos Blanco
Tequila Ninja
179 ratings

Nathan Bennett
Tequila Savant
228 ratings

Purchased for $40. Well worth the price. Medium viscosity in glass and mouth. Nose: clean blanco, nice cooked agave and citrus, some vegetal notes. Reminded me a bit of T1 Selecto blanco. Definitely has NOM 1414 DNA, which I like. Palate: mirrors the aroma. Nice alcohol burn in finish. The box says "Sip. Shoot. Mix. Share." under the lid. I agree. This tequila is most definitely capable of being sipped, mixed, and shared. I wouldn't shoot it, but based on it's inoffensive flavor profile and finish, it would be pleasant to do so.

Seattle Juan
Tequila Honey Badger
980 ratings

Citrus, agave, as well as some slight yeast on the nose. Must be a holdover from the classical music fermentation process. Clean entry as you might expect from a recently certified additive free product and it really shows as this blooms into fragrant citrus, caramelized agave, a really nice clean viscous mouth feel. Chewy almost. Great ethanol presence leads to a bit of a back/side tongue buzz and some fading natural sweetness.

Remy Newland
Tequila Wizard
740 ratings

Nose: The olfaction equivalent of chewing rich, mature agave straight from the horno. Sweet, spicy, slightly peppery and grassy. Undercurrents of earthiness and wet oyster shells. Barn and farm aromas of hay and straw. An “old school” feel to the aroma profile. Flavors: Vibrant. Cracked white pepper bite, coalescing with thick and oily agave sweetness. Fruity grilled pineapple note, light citrus and a hint of lingering anise. Country farm nuances in the nose, carry through to the tasting. Finish: Overall good impression follows throughout: from aroma, to flavor and body, to the finish.

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