Viva Mexico

Jalisco (Los Altos Southern)
Nom 1414

Recent Ratings

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Adolfo Sosa
Tequila Savant
221 ratings

Matt Gresham
Tequila Connoisseur
69 ratings

Aroma is cooked agave, some toasty cinnamon, a bit of black pepper and raw agave (or perhaps that’s citrus). Taste is a bit of black pepper spice up front followed by a nice mellow sweet agave and a hint of cinnamon with an herbal deal alongside. Medium finish and not overly complex. I like and will definitely buy again. Great value!

Grover Sanschagrin
Tequila Wizard
856 ratings

Black pepper, cooked agave, and citrus aromas. A tiny bit of olive too. Slightly sweet cooked agave and mineral flavor with a medium thick mouthfeel. Easy to drink and definitely recommend to any type of tequila drinker.

Scarlet Sanschagrin
Tequila Badass
467 ratings

Sweet cooked agave aroma, hint of cinnamon and slight aroma. Sweet taste and a black pepper finish. Not very complex but flavorful- just a little too sweet for my palate. Perfect for newcomers!

Gregg Time and Tequila
Tequila Ninja
123 ratings

Tax stamp 2004: Light golden color. Loads of agave up front. Barrel notes peaking through, spice baked apples and vanilla. Citrus up front, round mouthfeel. Cooked agave that moves to the pepper kick, great complexity and finish for 38%.

Nathan Bennett
Tequila Savant
220 ratings

Jose Gomez
Tequila Ninja
114 ratings

Agave aroma at first, more on the herbal profile. Cooked agave and raw agave as well. No harsh alcoholic part on aroma. Slight pepper. Taste is better than aroma. Rich minerality comes to mouth, but no overwhelming earthy taste. Pretty smooth and nice to sip. For the price point, this could be one of my favorite tequilas. Doesnt feel like 40% alc/vol, some character would be nice.

Jose Gomez
Tequila Ninja
114 ratings

Andrés Morán
Tequila Warrior
28 ratings