Disponible en la aplicación
|Detalles de Producción|
(Previously: 1522 )
|Tipo de agave :||Tequilana Weber ,|
|Región de agave :||Jalisco (Tequila Valley) ,|
|Región :||Jalisco (Los Valles) ,|
|Cocinando :||Autoclave (high pressure) ,|
|Extracción :||Roller Mill ,|
|Fuente de agua :||Deep well water ,|
|Fermentación :||Stainless steel tanks, 100% agave, Fermentation without fibers ,|
|Destilación :||2x distilled ,|
|Estilo de destilación :||Stainless Steel Pot ,|
|Maduración :||- ,|
|ABV :||40% abv (80-proof)|
|Otra :||No additives|
A solid value for a mixer, with cooked agave and black pepper; quite a bit of heat from the alcohol and pepper. A short finish, but makes a solid ranch water.
NOM 1614 | This has a subdue agave aroma, flowers, mint, orange, and lemongrass on the nose. Pepper, mint, orange, citrus and lemongrass on flavors. Finish with lots of mint and some agaves, medium to short
NOM 1614 | Aroma: agave and light alcohol Taste: crisp agave, light pepper, maybe some citrus Finish: short and somewhat peppery Overall: not very complex, but a solid budget sipper (I picked it up for $24 on sale). Probably great for mixing
NOM 1614 | First I’m a bourbon drinker starting my journey into tequila. I got this tequila for cocktails because the price point was good for mixing. I always try my new to me tequila’s or any liquor neat. This pour has a funky smell (don’t know what great tequila should smell like). The taste on the tongue is pepper nothing citrus to me. No burn on the back side. Overall good for mixing and neat if you like a tequila with a pepper profile.
NOM 1614 | Has a strange funk on the nose. It is very tasty and sweet though with hints of agave, vanilla and caramel. It goes down smoothly and you do get an alcohol/spice kick on the end. If it wasn’t for the funky smell I get, then it would be rated higher for me. Not sure if maybe I just don’t enjoy blancos as much.
NOM 1614 | Nose is fun. Taste evolves with food especially cooked jalapeños, which pop an immediate cooked onion taste and buttery mouthfeel, followed by a lemon peel cleanse, ending with a black pepper sizzle and jalapeño spicy (from the jalapeño lol). Can’t wait to mix it!
NOM 1614 | Very smooth great in my first margarita
NOM 1614 | After warming up to this organic Blanco, comparing it with the Añejo qualities, I’m beginning to appreciate the more raw essence of agave. Now to discover those Blanco and Reposado varieties that garner high community accolades to compare. I’m very much enjoying this new style of tasting, having been a mixed Tequila drinker for years. A hearty thank you to all who are aiding my journey by adding your own personal ratings, it’s been beyond helpful. I’ve got a band of wine Sommelier friends coming over in a couple of weeks to give their brand of tasting on about 15 bottles. Can’t wait!
NOM 1614 | Nose: Agave, grapefruit and pepper Flavor: Agave, pepper and citrus. Finish: Medium finish Great in a Paloma or margarita
NOM 1614 | A little more bite and alcohol when sipping but the finish is nice. Great for cocktails and I didn’t mind sipping. Way better than Cuervo but nowhere near Ocho or El Tesoro.
Just ok, wouldn’t buy again
NOM 1614 | Solid mixer for the money, this would a tequila for “shots” agave , citrus and alcohol bite
NOM 1614 | Very forward agave. Alcohol burn/flavor. Not much of an aftertaste. Great value, good for mixing and don’t mind sipping
NOM 1614 | Agave and pepper
NOM 1614 | Great bargain tequila, non additive agave forward tequila with a bite for $20. Perfect for cocktails at home. Getting agave, citrus, nutmeg:cinnamon on the nose (which is a first for me) and agave, citrus and pepper for taste. You can sip on it, that’s how I reviewed this, it isn’t offensive at all. But I have plenty of amazing sippers. So I would keep this on the bar for shots/cocktails. Amazing value for the tequila. Higher score for value . Big fan . Cheers !
NOM 1614 | Nom 1614 / peppery with mild burn / liquor World-$36
NOM 1614 | Not a lot going on. Alcohol up front but not offensive. Somewhat neutral taste experience. Good agave finish. Wish there was more going on up front and in the middle.
great as a mixer and I like it on it's own as well, a good sipper. Alcohol, cooked agave, black pepper, citrus and some vanilla sweetness. Tasty to my taste buds.
smooth, peppery floral notes, nice agave flavor....kinda lemony
Aroma: Heavy cooked agave and alcohol. Taste: cooked agave, alcohol and black pepper. Not a Sipper, mixing only
sweet aroma, not too strong at all. Mixes phenomenally. I like it by itself with lime.
Delicious aroma overall , cooked agave , no alcohol detected. on the palate is oily and mineral, peppermint and lots of alcohol , not for sipping.
NOM 1522 | Tres Agaves is an amazing mixing tequila! It’s also at such a great value price. Highly recommend for any and all tequila cocktails needing a Blanco.
Not as peppery as other $$ Blanco’s I’ve had.
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NOM 1614 | Lacks complexity, but i do appreciate the agave taste that comes through. Alcohol is also prevalent. Solid additive free but not anything exciting to sip on. Would prefer cimarron to sip but this may make a better mixer