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(Previously: 1580 )
|Agave Type :||Tequilana Weber ,|
|Agave Region :||Jalisco (Los Altos), Single Estate ,|
|Region :||Jalisco (Los Altos Southern) ,|
|Cooking :||Stone/Brick Ovens ,|
|Extraction :||Roller Mill, Screw Mill ,|
|Water Source :||Deep well water ,|
|Fermentation :||100% agave, Stainless steel tanks, Open-air fermentation, Fermentation without fibers ,|
|Distillation :||2x distilled ,|
|Still :||Stainless Steel Pot ,|
|Aging :||- ,|
|ABV/Proof :||40% abv (80-proof), 38% abv (76 proof)|
|Other :||Aeration, No additives|
NOM 1584 | Only aromas and flavors I got were lactic and metallic. Not a fan of this blanco
NOM 1584 | Once letting this rest for ~5 mins it really opens up. It has a very complex agave forward taste / smell with notes of pepper, vegetal, & lactic
NOM 1584 | Nose: green agave, earthy, slight metallic, and cinnamon Flavor: cooked agave, cinnamon, earthy, buttery mouth feel and very clean Finish: medium starts out with nice cooked agave and ends spicy
NOM 1584 | Really like this natural tasting blanco. Well made, great flavors and aromas.
NOM 1584 | 35% Mexican release.
L0003 @ 70 Proof (Mexican Version) Good nose with notes of baki g spice, some mild cooked agave, pepper and a little metallic notes. Hint on On the palate is gentle, mostly plain, where pepper notes come in. Somewhat watery aftertaste due to heavy dilution. The 80 proof version should be more complex. Looking forward to taste it.
NOM 1584 | Slight green agave, a tiny bit of caramel, minerals and cinnamon on the nose. The flavor is my favorite part. Lots of cooked agave and cinnamon. Finish has a ton of agave that lingers. Nice and clean tequila.
NOM 1584 | Grapey. Very nice flavor with a smooth even finish. Up there with Cascahuin, Arette, Viva Mexico. Great value.
NOM 1584 | Heavy cinnamon flavor
NOM 1584 Muy buen cuerpo, nariz fuerte con olor un poco láctico, herbal y a agave. Buen sabor, fresco, especiado y agave dulce. El remate tiene una nota alcohólica bastante fuerte. Pero lo mejor es el precio, es una ganga!
NOM 1584 | NOM 1584 5336 C12B CP
NOM 1584 | Aroma is average Taste is heavy on the baking spice and cooked agave Mouthfeel is oily with a long aftertaste $49 on ST
NOM 1584 | Nose: Lactic funk Mineral Agave Cinnamon Flavor: Agave Pepper Cinnamon Some funk Decent finish
NOM 1580 | ***Actually NOM 1584*** One of my favorite blancos. It’s got a nice lactic funk to it that reminds me of many well made mezcals, especially mezcals made from Cenizo (Durango), even more specially Acre Cenizo Mezcal. Almost reminds me of queso fresco… This is my go to for margaritas (to my liking at least) and for $35 at Hi-Time this is one heck of a bargain for a sipper. I’d love to see a higher proof version of this blanco.
NOM 1584 | Takes a minute to open up. Sipping right away will have you missing the true depth of this uncomplicated, yet well rounded blanco. On the nose, cooked agave comes through almost as quick as the cinnamon does. It may just be my own nodes, but there is a sweet spice(vegetal even) undertone which creates that mouth watering urge to sip/kiss like you would a Tobala Mezcal - only much lighter and sweeter. Tip of the tongue is smooth, with the cinnamon spice nicely introducing a sweetness and warmth that linger just long enough to carry you through til your next sip. Take your time with this one, you may miss the magic otherwise. I’ve recommended this to a few friends already as it is not only done right, but the value is a huge bargain.
NOM 1584 | Not much flavor or aroma. A little flat & soft. Some alcohol on the back end
NOM 1584 | Tin, metallic, floral
NOM 1584 | Aroma is earthy, concrete Minerality and vegetal taste The finish takes awhile to pop up and say hi
NOM 1584 | Very interesting taste and aroma. Lots of musty minerality finishing with some mushroom. Even some potting soil—very earthy. Overall clean and good but very different than most Blancos.
Yup. Love this juice Tepozan Blanco ($24 for 375 ml @ Saratogawine.com) has nice funky nose that needs some time to open up. The taste is like spiced honey and agave with long lingering finish. The bottles are simple and beautiful. I'm not sure if the wax cap is good or bad, but I love the feeling I get when the cork pops loudly when opening the bottles. Just a great overall experience. Nose: Mild. Sweet cooked agave with orange blossom floral notes, herbal mint and grapefruit citrus along with plumb fruit layers. Add in some light pepper. There is a lot going on in this one. Marvelous. Taste: Thin, slght warmth and sweet with a very clean mineral mouthfeel. Cooked agave and honey hits and the sweetness sticks around. The black pepper ticks in, but not aggressively. A light cinnamon envelopes with some butter and vegetalness. Wow this is an easy sipper. Finish: Long. Warmth of the cinnamon, pepper and honey linger for quite some time. This is a blanco that lets you take your time sipping.
Not much of an aroma, but nice sweet flavor with baking spices.
this bottle must be let to breath to get the best experience, in my opinion. once rested the lactic heavy scent turns floral and the cooked agave gets a very roasted fruity tones. Also getting cinnamon and pepper the flavor profile is exquisite, so many layers starting with the cooked agave, cooked pineapple, raisins and coconut with ripen lemon and followed with dry chiles, anise truffles then following by a caramel candy. finish lingers with nice heat, lactic and cinnamon settled on the throat, nice consistent mouth cover. this is ready to rival the big boys.
Floral nose Mild pepper finish Hint of smoke
128/L9 CP L9 I must say I hate wax tops. Pull the draw string and pieces of wax fly everywhere. Pain in the ass. Hope the tequila stands up to the effort. Aroma is interesting, greener agave, metallic, earthy, raw. Cinnamon covered cauliflower, herbal (plastic/waxy too, from the cap maybe still in my nose). Flavor is green agave (not much sweetness of cooked agave up front), pepper, some mint, grassy, clean. A bit of a lactic funk to it on the back end. It's from NOM 1584 but blindfolded I would have guessed from NOM 1137 - Cofradia. Not a bad thing for me. Probably a confusing review, but I like it and I'd buy it again
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NOM 1584 | Cinnamon on the palate, smells like an old wine cellar (in a good way)