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|NOM :||1580 ,|
|Agave Type :||Tequilana Weber ,|
|Agave Region :||- ,|
|Region :||Jalisco (Los Altos Southern) ,|
|Cooking :||Stone/Brick Ovens ,|
|Extraction :||Roller Mill ,|
|Water Source :||- ,|
|Fermentation :||Stainless steel tanks, 100% agave ,|
|Distillation :||2x distilled ,|
|Still :||Copper Pot ,|
|Aging :||- ,|
|ABV/Proof :||40% abv (80-proof)|
NOM 1580 | Raw Agavae on the nose
Unmistakable earthy NOM 1079 blanco. Warm oily feel with lots of agave, Bazooka Joe, pear, touch of granny Smith coming through nicely. Floral and fruit with sweet agave lingering nicely. Excellent stuff.
NOM 1580 | Appearance: crystal clear with thin, slow tears yet a viscous mouthfeel. Aroma: mineral forward with unripe agave. Vegetal - reminiscent of raw broccoli and cauliflower and under-mature pea pods. Palate: initially hot. Lots of white and black pepper, respectively. Notes of lemon leaves and lime leaves. Not a ton of agave present. Finish: It’s long with a piney, sappy, bitter finish. Like pine needles. At 40%, it presented “hot” and the natural notes of the process didn’t seem to shine through here.
NOM 1580 | NOM 1580 - Air for few minutes —. Excellent aroma of red pepper, agave, stone brick oven, orange, key lime, guava, peppermint, and herbs. Palate follows the aroma flavors and add together pineapple, strawberry and guava. Delicious! Finish is medium full of agave, some heat and peppercorns, guava and strawberry.
Rated blind after aeration. Big agave nose. Agave and herbaceous flavor with sweetness and slight mineral undertones. Smooth with nice pepper finish. Excellent value for sipping or mixing. This will pose a serious challenge to Olmeca Altos for space on my cocktail bar. $20 at BevMo. (0.29)
NOM 1079 | Agave, pepper and anise combine with a nice viscous mouthfeel to make this NOM 1079 version a favorite. Buy them if you find them.
Agave ,Floral ,Earth Semi Oily ,Green Pepper , Citrus , Baked Agave Long Agave Finish Awesome Blanco! Great Price Paired with a La Riqueza No.5 Petite Corona
NOM 1580 | This stuff has a unique flavor that I like. I’m primarily a Margarita drinker, and this is my second bottle, and would definitely recommend it.
NOM 1580 - sometimes I like to explore and buy non-hype brands, with a little research I ran into herencia mexicana, it is just Woow , what a nice surprise, aroma is citrus fresh, peppery and lemon with tons of agave, flavor is agave upfront, mild mint with little alcohol and tingle, viscous mouth feel, medium finish, very very enjoyable. You can easily relate to El Tesoro blanco.
This was a pleasant surprise. Full of minerals and sweet fruit flavors with a lot of creaminess. You can get a different flavor profile in each sip. Could have a stronger agave presence but a great value at this price.
NOM 1580 | Very pleasant blanco with plenty of agave and a nice long finish. Not much complexity but a good mouth feel and aroma. Touch of lemon. The finish really lingers with an earthy agave flavor. Definitely will buy again.
Herencia Mexicana Blanco old NOM 1079 La Fortuna. 05/2022 We rated it at the end of the bottle, which had been sitting for several years. it was still very good wish I'd rated sooner tho.
NOM 1580 | Very agave forward. That cooked agave just jumps at you! Delicious.
NOM 1580 | When pouring let this mellow out. You’ll get some agave, citrus(lemon or grapefruit),slightly floral and earthy on the nose Taste is of agave, sourness of lemon, vegetalness, white pepper. Has an agave sweetness that stays on tongue.
NOM 1580 | Hello flavor! Picked this up for $40. The finish was the only subpar rating I could give this tequila. All is well, and then, a pinch that feels bitter and sour in my throat. Honest to God, not a big deal, I’ll buy this bottle again and again. I just found the inconsistency from the nose, to flavor, to finish, a little jarring.
NOM 1580 | I was so surprised by this one it’s changed since 1079. However, not a whole lot. It has this sweetness that is with a fruit forward flavor. It has just the right amount of alcohol that balances out for a creamy, agave filled finish. Cinnamon and fruit on the finish as well. I will say this is another sleeper. Long lingering finish. Wonderful Value at 35 dollars. Sorry no longer In production at 1580. These seem to be the best.
NOM 1580 | Despite using agave high in sugar, the flavor profile is very much old fashioned. Very earthy, vegetal, herbal. Agave is dominant. Any vanilla is very floral and easy going. Any sweetness is very welcomed. Excellent blanco.
NOM 1079 | Aroma - agave, cinnamon, peat Flavor - cinnamon, roast agave, butter Finish - smooth, lingering cinnamon
NOM 1580 | Nice legs and some tears on the glass. Bright and clear. Medium viscous mouthfeel. Nose: agave, orange, lemon, flowers, grapefruit, minerals. Taste: Agave, black pepper, orange, lemon, grapefruit, bell peppers. Finish: jalapeño, and very citrusy. Lots of fresh green vegetal notes. Really tasty. Very straightforward tasty tequila. Vegetal notes all around. Would buy this again.
I think this is herencia
It's good to pour this and let it open. Aromas are lite at first but open up to fresh agave, floral and minerals. In the month, cooked agave, cinnamon & butter. Finishes with vanilla, grassy spice.
NOM 1586 | Revisiting this blanco from NOM 1586; not liking the taste too much; not bad but just not as good as I remember. Deducted two points
NOM 1580 | NOM 1580. Very strong smell of rain and minerality right when I opened the bottle, followed by bananas and other tropical aromas. Lots of lemon, green veggies, and roasted agave. All of this is rounded out by a solid earthy base. The taste is similar, with the bananas and rain water notes taking me on a journey to the tropics. Butter, lemon, and agave are all along for the ride, with that same underlying earthiness from the aroma. Some kind of sweet fruit in the finish, kind of reminds me of peaches. To sum up, this Blanco has some serious complexity going on, and really takes you on an adventure to a tropical rainforest. You can't go wrong with this one, especially for the price (~$25).
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NOM 1580 | Aroma: I get a good amount of cooked and fresh agave up front. There’s a little hint of brown sugar, molasses coming through. I pick up a little citrus, like stewed lemon. There is a pop of bright and raw.. citrus. Flavor: cooked agave, citrus, baking spice, like baked yam, clove, a hint of cinnamon. I get that raw, fresh agave I think in the flavor as well. It’s a nice pop of freshness that brings some complexity. I’m picking up some spearmint and anise on the back of my palette that I really enjoy. A little alcohol on the back end. Finish: Nice. Not super long but the agave fades nicely. Not much alcohol present at any point. No real tingle. Overall: this is a gem. Reminds me a little of El Tesoro. Lots of cooked agave, fresh, clean. Got this for $38 in Palm Springs. It’s a steal at that price.