Jalisco (Los Valles)
Nom 1119

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See How Herradura Tequilas Rank With Our Community

Eric Nava
Tequila Fan
4 ratings

This has to be some of the smoothest tequila I’ve had. There’s a dark flavor to it that is pleasing to your mouth and goes down too smooth. This is what a repasado should be.

Eric Nava
Tequila Fan
4 ratings

You don’t get the typical tequila smell with this one. Lots of fruity and sweet notes. Flavor wise, it’s just way too sweet for me. The over powering taste of vanilla is just over the top.

Craig Markel
Tequila Fan
3 ratings

Harrison Silver
Tequila Enthusiast
8 ratings

Bill Young
Tequila Enthusiast
6 ratings

T Hicks
Tequila Freak
27 ratings

Manuel Felix
Tequila Enthusiast
5 ratings

Scot Stetson
Tequila Warrior
40 ratings

I almost sipped the whole bottle (not all at once) to be able to describe all of its complexity. On the nose vanilla, oak & slow roasted agave, flowers & citrus. On the pallet strong vanilla, honey, oak, and slightly smokey on the finish. Delicious.

Mark Lewis
Tequila Fan
3 ratings

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Jan 04, 2019

Mex factor: The tequila trends pushing the category forward

Forget slammers and partying, the trends in tequila are all heading resolutely upmarket nowadays. Laura Foster heads to Jalisco, Mexico, to discover a region where producers are moving from fast fashion to haute couture.

Jan 24, 2018

Bacardi Spikes the Punch Bowl

Bacardi Ltd.'s takeover of Patron tells us two things: 1) the market for premium alcoholic beverages is hot, and 2) so much so, that one of their publicly traded peers, Brown-Forman, may be overheating.

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.

Food & Wine
Jan 18, 2018

The Town of Tequila Is Ready for Its Close-up

Despite the global popularity of its namesake beverage, Tequila has been overlooked as a tourist destination—until now.

Nov 16, 2016

The ultimate holiday gift for tequila aficionados

The fifth edition in Tequila Herradura’s small-batch tequila series is a reminder of one of the brand’s most successful innovations, the first Colección de la Casa, Reserva 2012 – Port Cask Finished Reposado.

Wall Street Journal
Nov 10, 2016

How Tequila Grew On Me—The Older I Grew

Sharing a bottle of Casa Noble Single Barrel Extra Añejo Tequila with friends, author David Lida considers the effects of age—both his and the spirit’s—on the experience.

Los Angeles Confidential
Oct 31, 2016

Why Master Distillers Are Barrel-Aging Tequila

When it comes to fine sippers to savor, spirits aficionados have long reached for premium whiskeys or Cognacs. But it may be time to add a new category to the sipping canon: tequila.

Boston Common
Oct 03, 2016

Why The Newest Tequilas are Very Easy to Sip

From artisanal new-crop distilleries to established, world-famous brands, master tequila distillers have begun barrel-aging the blue agave–based spirit for years, allowing the wood to layer rich notes of vanilla and caramel atop agave’s natural spice. But

Beverage Dynamics
Aug 16, 2016

Why Aged Tequila Has Captured Consumers’ Attention

Commercially available aged tequilas are a fairly modern invention, with the first reposado not launched until 1974, although a number of tequila houses kept aged barrels at home for their own usage. But in every case, aging decisions start with barrel se