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|Detalles de Producción|
|NOM :||1474 ,|
|Tipo de agave :||Tequilana Weber ,|
|Región de agave :||Jalisco (Los Altos), Single Estate ,|
|Región :||Jalisco (Los Altos Southern) ,|
|Cocinando :||Stone/Brick Ovens ,|
|Extracción :||Roller Mill ,|
|Fuente de agua :||Deep well water ,|
|Fermentación :||Wood fermentation tanks, 100% agave, Open-air fermentation, Fermentation without fibers ,|
|Destilación :||2x distilled ,|
|Estilo de destilación :||Copper Pot ,|
|Maduración :||Used barrels, Bourbon barrels ,|
|ABV :||45% abv (90-proof)|
|Otra :||Aeration, No additives|
Lot one- This is amazing!! That's all I could say. This has everything I want, in a light Repo... but complex at the same time
Agave sweetness comes through with some citrus on the front, and remains throughout. Interesting profile unlike any previous Ocho releases.
Subtle agave nose. Lots of agave on palate. Minimal barrel notes, the agave shines here. Subtle finish with minimal heat. It’s an easy sipper for sure. Price hurts the overall score. It’s even better once it opens. Such an easy sipper and the finish goes on for days. Top 5 easy for me. It’s a must try.
Very tannic compared to the usual Ocho Reposado which I attribute to the new barrels used once for Widow Jane Bourbon. It grew on me as I sipped more.
Tasting notes coming soon
In my top 3 reposados. Cinnamon and mint on the nose. Incredible mouthfeel. Pecans. Cinnamon. Spearmint. Anise. Long and incredibly balanced finished. Another big winner from Ocho
Aroma is fantastic, with plenty of agave, fruity pineapple, wet earth, and cinnamon. Slight oak and more spice follow the flavor profile to join fruity agave notes. This 91 proof packs some punch and a mid-long finish, more for tequila lover’s than newbies. It may be lightly aged but the barrel is doing its job. Very nice combo on this excellent Reposado!
I thought was exceptional. Top 5 Reposado’s I have ever tasted. Light whiskey notes but the agave shines here. Delicious
Bottle #8501 45.5% ABV Nose: First pass before swirling: Fruit, baking spice and light oak. Several swirls in, the individual fruits begin to reveal themselves: green pineapple, banana, passion fruit and sweet Crispin apples. There is an alluring sour-sweet aroma… Nose tingling minerals and a whiff of dry soil. A bold nutmeg, cinnamon, and green cardamom medley, marry with the fruit adding layered richness. Flavors: Butterscotch, imbued with light oak barrel notes. The spirited spice medley frolics around the palate. Punchy black pepper slowly recedes and melds with the fruit and honeyed agave. Vanilla, hints of orange pith and dark berries. A little salinity and a mouth watering, buttery texture. Trace tannins present. Finish: Tenaciously holds on to the pepper and spicy elements through the finish - but with a creamy almond cream fade out.
This is a combination that does not disappoint! The Agave smoothness of this expression coupled with the sweetness of the Widow Barrels… Perfection! The most perfect Moonsault you can hit! Legit!
One of my favorite Reposados!
An amazingly complex tequila with citrus and oak flavors and a sweet finish. One of my favorites.
Casa Olivo Nice body, slow tears. Floral aroma. Citrus and pepper taste. Finishes very nice. Slightly higher proof just a bit too strong for me but I like it. $77 in San Antonio
Cooked agave, barrel spice, oak, citrus and cinnamon on the nose. Cooked agave, mint, cinnamon, oak, alcohol and pepper on the palate. Slight creaminess (almost buttery). Finish is soft with alcohol, pepper and creamy viscosity. The flavor lingers in a very nice way.
Full review pending…
Classic Carlos Camarena, spice and citrus. Sweetness from the widow Jane barrel, very slight Straw color.
Very interesting repo. There are softer bourbon-like notes coming from the WJ barrels on the nose. The finish is where the barrels shine and there is a pop of mocha/dark chocolate there. Fantastic repo especially given the $65 price tag at Spec’s.
I’ve now tried a couple products from Ocho, and I’m just not super amped on them. There’s been what I can only describe as sharpness leading into the finish, as if the tequila is higher proof than it is. I’ve tried this just after opening the bottle, as well as after waiting a couple weeks, hoping that sharpness would go away, but it hasn’t. I will try it again. I can understand why some would like that, because it’s kind of like a signal that “the finish of this tequila will now begin.” But for me I don’t know that I need such abrupt change. The nose has a very distinctive oak smoke, it’s impressive how much the nose picks up from the barrel.
Little bit of spice and complex flavors. Going to try tomorrow to see what else I get.
Aroma is baking spices, leather and raspberry dark chocolate with undertones of the normal El Nacimiento blanco earthiness. It’s got viscosity but it’s not syrupy. On the palette is agave, tobacco and charred oak. On the finish, the mouth feel is great and coating with a spiciness that goes on and on. The finish is like no other tequila I’ve tried. It has that fire you want when you’re drinking whiskey in the snow, but it goes down smooth.
Bottle Number 195 Agave, light cinnamon and a touch of oak on the nose and palate, followed by black pepper and some tropical fruit and spices, notably pineapple and a touch of clove. The extra alcohol content kicks in on the finish with a lingering light oak and roasted agave with some orange zest and herbal components. I’ve yet to find any Ocho I didn’t love. This one is exceptional!
Nose: pepper/cinnamon, vanilla, oak, mineral Taste: sweet caramel, heat on the roof of my mouth, vanilla, so smooth, great mouth feel. And the finish lingers A most excellent Repo!
Been on my watch shouts since release. Overpaid, but had to have it. Not disappointed, oak & apple on the nose. Cinnamon & butterscotch across the palate, slight pepper & agave on the backend. One of my favorite reposados! The only weakness is the price, if you can find it for $70 USD, it is a great value.
Off the nose you get that pepper right off, mixed with oak. On the Palate I get a sweet vanilla taste that goes well with the agave sweetness
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After having watched Carlos Camarena's master class video comparing blanco tequila as the art and barrel aging as the frame. This is a perfect representation of the "frame" highlighting the perfect elements of the painting. Agave and mint are the highlights, but vanilla, cinnamon, and almond croissant hold up this fantastic sipper. A bit overpriced, losing points on value (after all, it's aged in cast aside bourbon barrels that are only allowed to be used one time). This is tequila for the experienced drinker, as the agave and black pepper pack a punch. Awesome stuff by a master of his craft.