Coa de Jima

Jalisco (Los Altos Southern)
Nom 1416
Additional Distilleries: 1522, 1592

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Seattle Juan
Tequila Honey Badger
1324 ratings

NOM 1592 This has an interesting cake batter agave thing going on. Some of the elements raise all kinds of flags but it finishes fairly clean. I've always avoided the NOM 1416 release when I've seen it, but this was at the Tulalip Indian tribal store near me and I was looking for Squirt for a Paloma. Safeway was out of Squirt and most of their stock is Patron or Cuervo. Not too thick or oily this has a mid tongue tingle from ethanol and then goes down with some sweetness .

Robin Box
Tequila Enthusiast
7 ratings

Lenny Willis
Tequila Lover
13 ratings

Ryan Schmitt
Tequila Fan
1 ratings

Strong vanilla

Alex OC Agave
Tequila Ninja
119 ratings

Alright. Lots of vanilla and agave. Pretty sweet. It’s cheap for a handle. Fine for a mixer.

Antonio Garcia
Tequila Guru
76 ratings

This is similar to COA silver. Too much alcohol feel to enjoy it alone, so this would be a mixer recommendation. I would take Lunazul Repo over COA repo.

Antonio Garcia
Tequila Guru
76 ratings

This is not a sipper. Good for mixing. It is too alcohol forward on nose and palate. Between this and El Jimador, I would do El Jimador, but that is my personal palate preference for budget mixing recommendation.

Heather Evans
Tequila Lover
12 ratings

As an older, yet more experienced drinker, I tend to savor the feeling I get from my tequila. The day after I enjoy a couple of adult beverages, I don't want to pay a heavy price, therefore; I am reserving judgement until tomorrow morning. I believe the "cake batter" taste several people are experiencing is actually a heavy vanilla, buttercream taste that lingers on the palette.

Jessi James Stembel
Tequila Guru
84 ratings