Bottle of Herradura Legend

Herradura Legend

Type: Tequila
17 Ratings See All

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Production Details
NOM : 1119 ,
Agave Type : Tequilana Weber ,
Agave Region : Jalisco (Tequila Valley) ,
Region : Jalisco (Los Valles) ,
Cooking : Stone/Brick Ovens ,
Extraction : Roller Mill ,
Water Source : Natural spring water ,
Fermentation : Stainless steel tanks, 100% agave ,
Distillation : 2x distilled ,
Still : Stainless Pot w/Copper Coil ,
Aging : American White Oak barrels, New barrels ,
ABV/Proof : 40% abv (80-proof)
Other : -


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Agave (cooked)
Pine Tree

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Personal Scores & Reviews From Our Community

Tequila Aficionado
59 ratings
  • 82 Rating

Nose:Oak pine honey Tongue: oak honey Carmel cough syrup Finish: honey Oak Cough syrup... chocolate My guess, additives but good. Not overly sweet. After a couple ounces it gets kinda cooking chocolate in the finish.

Tequila Guru
77 ratings
  • 89 Rating

Fan of the brand since early 90’s. Herradura is the brand that brought me into the world of tequila & made me an enthusiast. In late 1997, I splurged HUGE on a bottle of Seleccion Suprema, opened it almost 10 years later at the announcement of our first pregnancy. Emotionally tied to the brand to say the least. Now, I’m proud to open this bottle & be the 1st reviewer. Ordered & shipped from Old Town. Packaging is nice, premium styling & design. Disappointingly, at the price point, bottle should provide handwritten barrel & bottle information. Nice nose, definitely sweet agave. Warm notes of vanilla across the tongue, more honey & caramel across the palate. This is an expensive bottle at $130, but will definitely occupy a space at the front of my cabinet for years to come. This won’t be my last purchase.

Tequila Fan
1 ratings
  • 85 Rating

AROMA: It smells like how you would expect an añejo to smell. I’m not expert by any means but it seems “stronger” than, say, Don Julio 1942. *Edit*: It’s been about 7 minutes since I’ve had about two nice drinks of it and I’m amazed at how I’m reacting now. I’m starting to sweat a little and I feel like the tequila is taking its affect on me, as I don’t drink often. But I can now smell the sweetness! It reminds me of Jack Daniels for some reason. I’m going to take another sip. TASTE: The taste is very bold. I mean pretty bold. Again, I’m by no means a connoisseur of tequila, so I’m not trained in spotting the oak or subtleties within but it’s very strong, at least that’s how I perceive it. *Edit (day 2)* So I decided to take another glass and try some more. I’m not sure if it’s the aeration from opening the bottle yesterday but my goodness, it’s a lot smoother now. I mean much, much smoother. It reminds me of Don Julio 1942. I’m enjoying it much more than I did yesterday and have changed my opinion. FINISH (day 1): I found the finish to be a bit harsh during my first two drinks, but now, it’s a bit smoother and pleasurable. Perhaps it’s because my palate and whatnot have to get accustomed to the tequila but the finish is enjoyable now. *Edit* (Day 2): The finish has improved markedly since yesterday. Truly, it’s extremely smooth and much more enjoyable, even at the first sip and gulp. I felt no harsh burn or anything anymore; it’s warm going gown and the aftertaste is very pleasant. It’s toasty. DRINK AGAIN (day 1): While I do enjoy the flavor, aroma, and finish of this tequila, I believe it’s a bit too bold for me. I prefer it to be smoother. It’s a good tequila but maybe I just need to become more attuned to the intricacies of añejos. *Edit* (Day 2): I would definitely drink it again. I’m sure someone knows the answer but the tequila is a lot smoother now. As mentioned, maybe it’s because I opened it yesterday and the alcohol in the bottle has become aerated. Very pleasant now. I would definitely drink it again.