Wild Common Tequila Blanco

Type: Tequila
Brand: Wild Common
Nom
1123
174 Ratings See All
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Production Details
NOM : 1123 ,
Agave Type : Tequilana Weber ,
Agave Region : Jalisco (Tequila Valley) ,
Region : Jalisco (Los Valles) ,
Cooking : Stone/Brick Ovens ,
Extraction : Tahona, Roller Mill ,
Water Source : Deep well water ,
Fermentation : 100% agave, Open-air fermentation, Fermentation with fibers, Cement Tank, Stainless steel tanks, Fermentation without fibers ,
Distillation : 2x distilled ,
Still : Copper Pot ,
Aging : - ,
ABV/Proof : 42% abv (84-proof)
Other : No additives, Rested in stainless steel

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Aromas & Flavors Detected By Our Community

Aromas Detected

30
Agave (cooked)
17
Minerals
15
Herbal
14
Flowers
10
Grass
10
Pepper (black)
10
Vegetal
10
Anise
10
Fruity
10
Citrus
8
Cherry
7
Honey

Flavors Detected

40
Agave (cooked)
27
Pepper (black)
18
Cinnamon
17
Citrus
14
Minerals
11
Herbal
10
Mint
10
Fruity
10
Brine/Salt
9
Flowers
8
Anise
6
White Pepper

Ratings

Personal Scores & Reviews From Our Community

Tequila Wizard
694 ratings
  • 93 Rating

Lote 03 | Nose: cooked agave, honey sweetness, floral essence of roses, slight herbal, minerals, some light tropical fruit, and the floral aroma of white pepper Flavor: buttery mouth feel, cooked agave, cinnamon and vanilla, ripe fruit, and orange blossom honey Finish: medium finish that starts with some sweetness and moves to white pepper tingling I did a side by side with lots 1 and 2. Lot 3 is my favorite with lot 2 right behind. All of these will/would do good with seafood

Tequila Savant
206 ratings
  • 93 Rating

Lote 01 | Lot 1: One of the best blancos to come out in recent years. Not quite readily available yet, but not to be missed when it is. Warm cooked agave, buttery, clean, mint, apple, herbal, earthy, minerals. Solid viscosity and linger. Fantastic release/collab from Andy Barton, National Geographic photog, the new kid on the block, and Salvador (Cascahuin)...

Tequila Ninja
162 ratings
  • 94 Rating

Lote 03 | Nose: cooked agave, wet cement, salinity & brine with some citrus. Taste: Warm ramp of natural flavors. Tropical fruits mixed with fresh herbs. Sweet and bright with a balance of herbal bitterness! Pulls the palate apart in multiple directions. So fun. It opens up and likes time to breathe. Finish: Long and warm. Perhaps a bit less anise than Lote 1 or 2. Overall very enjoyable. Fun!

Tequila Ninja
160 ratings
  • 80 Rating

Digging the unique and funky nose! Spices, mint, and dry earth, this is definitely a proper tequila! Easy on the palate but with enough pop to let you know it’s legit, this blanco has a nice, long finish that I dig! With some nice fruity elements and a light touch, this would be a great summer session tequila and perfect for long and refreshing cocktails. Definitely drink/buy again and recommend.

Tequila Wizard
834 ratings
  • 92 Rating

Lote 03 | Nose: Sweet and floral. Wild honey. A punch of dill and herbs. Minerals and dried grass. Minty. Ripe kiwi. Mild pepper pulling up the rear. Flavor: Creamy honey, cinnamon and vanilla. Warm pepper and anise notes slowly develop in intensity. An almond nutty tinge lurking on the sidelines. Lots of big fruit. Finish: My first impression of Lote 3 is that it is a little softer, rounder with more fruit and floral dominance than its previous two lotes. I’d be curious to know the differences among the agaves used in the three lotes.

Tequila Ninja
199 ratings
  • 86 Rating

Sweet fruit nose. Entry is mildly sweet, big spicy pepper finish. Ends with grassy note.

Tequila Ninja
104 ratings
  • 90 Rating

Lote 01 | Nose- Fresh cut agave, clay, herbs, banana, hay, and honey. Taste- Cooked agave, black pepper, a little alcohol, some wet earth, mint, citrus fruits, and cinnamon. Viscosity in the mouth feel considering the slightly higher proof. Finish- Long and peppery. Value- This was a tough call. It's pricey but it's also amazing. Everyone should try it if they have the chance.

Tequila Wizard
694 ratings
  • 92 Rating

Lote 02 | Nose: cooked agave, dry mint, floral, fresh fennel, ripe cherries, coconut cream, and apricot Flavor: agave, butter, baking spices, all spice, nice natural sweetness, lemon/lime citrus, some saltiness, and a nice creamy mouth feel Finish: well balanced, nice agave from beginning to end

Tequila Wizard
694 ratings
  • 91 Rating

Lote 01 | Nose: cooked agave, some anise, honey, sweet cinnamon, citrus, mandarín orange, very ripe apricots, and white pepper Flavor: cooked agave sweetness, mineral, stone fruit, white pepper, and herbal Finish: long, nicely balanced with citrus, light saltiness and ends peppery

Tequila Savant
283 ratings
  • 93 Rating

Lote 02 | Raw agave. Earthy and vegetal. Entry hints at sweet baked agave. Finish starts smooth and heats up with a little black pepper. The finish is long and memorable. At 42% alcohol (84proof), this is delicious and I will buy more, ASAP!!

Tequila Phenom
319 ratings
  • 90 Rating

Lote 01 | This one is a keeper. Well made, incredible balance, spice, pepper, citrus and cooked agave in harmony

Tequila Savant
256 ratings
  • 93 Rating

Lote 02 | This nose is also amazing and different but definitely related. The nose is initially fruit on top of agave. There’s a floral fragrance with some minerality hiding in the back. It also changes as I nose it over time. There are some citrus and vegetal aromas that present itself after some time in the glass. I’m met with a pop of peppery cooked agave that has a buttery mouthfeel. I get hints of sage. The fruit and sweet notes are subdued compared to the nose. This is a mineral and pepper finish. The flavors are dense but less complex than Lot 1. This is an excellent sipping tequila and the added proof is greatly appreciated. It’s 42% abv - 84 proof. Go get some!

Tequila Savant
256 ratings
  • 92 Rating

Lote 01 | This nose is amazing. Its layered and complex but it melds well. I smell bright citrus zest over agave. I then get minerals and a hint of pepper. It smells like a wet tahona next to a barrel room. I also get hints of petrichor and unripe pear. I taste peppery cooked agave and then some bell pepper and vegetal notes. It has a dense mouthfeel and the finish lingers due to its viscosity and slightly higher proof, 42% abv - 84 proof. I can sip this one over and over and I have. Enjoy!

Tequila Phenom
315 ratings
  • 90 Rating

Lote 02 | Picked this up because it comes highly recommended by people I trust, it's made at the Cascahuín distillery, it's a new brand, and it's not just bottled at the standard 40% ABV. I purchased this in July 2021 for 63USD. The nose is amazing. It's what a blanco tequila should smell like. Full of rich, cooked agave and some other nice notes. It is unique to me. Perhaps some cinnamon and grass lingering in the background, not overpowering the agave at all. It works well. The flavor exceeds my expectations. Like the nose, it is also full of rich, cooked agave. It is very creamy / viscous. Very slow tears/legs. Still unique from other blancos and it is even distinguishable from other products made at Cascahuín. I'm glad they bottled at 42%. My personal preference is for tequila to be between 42% and 46%, and the ABV works out well with this tequila. I look forward to trying their reposado when that becomes available.

Tequila Phenom
316 ratings
  • 90 Rating

Lote 01 | Absolutely amazing juice. I gave the Lot 1 a 90 and the lot 2 a 91. What a clean delicious and absolutely stunning blanco line

Tequila Phenom
316 ratings
  • 91 Rating

Lote 02 | Absolutely amazing juice. I gave the Lot 1 a 90 and the lot 2 a 91. What a clean delicious and absolutely stunning blanco line

Tequila Savant
271 ratings
  • 89 Rating

Lote 01 | Aroma: Strong on the nose. I get grassy/vegetal notes along with some sweet citrus. Slightly astringent. Flavor: I was expecting something similar to 7L (snap peas/fresh cut grass) based on the aroma but it’s completely different. Incredibly smooth, lots of cooked agave, smoke, toasted marshmallow, slightly floral. This one is incredibly complex and not like anything else I can think of. Finish: Super smooth. That extra 2% alcohol definitely gives you more flavor but without the extra kick. It hangs around but in all the right ways.

Tequila Badass
460 ratings
  • 90 Rating

Lote 02 | Nose: right off the bat, cooked agave, mineral and anise. Herbal, grass, peach, cloves come into play on the tongue. Palate: bold, cinnamon, sea salt, allspice, black pepper, citrus, straw. Finish: long, peppery mint, salty, with some sweetness Edit: after pouring and letting air for few minutes, the taste and finish improves.

Tequila Ninja
128 ratings
  • 92 Rating

Lote 02 | Aroma: fennel fronds, roasted agave, apricots, lemon curd, butter Palate: cooked agave, hints of baking spices and cinnamon, well balanced between sweetness, salinity, and spice. citrus and anise present a stronger profile than that of Lot 1 Finish: bright, evolving, and warm

Tequila Ninja
128 ratings
  • 90 Rating

Lote 01 | Aroma: strong cooked agave, wildflower honey, baked bread, fresh apricots, mandarins, peppercorn Palate: cooked agave, deep minerality, savory herbs, sweet limes, bright white pepper spice, stone fruits Finish: lasting and ever evolving salinity and citrus notes

Tequila Ninja
162 ratings
  • 94 Rating

Lote 02 | Hats off to master distiller Salvador Rosales Trejo “Chava” here. He’s nailed it. This is a well balanced traditional blanco where the agave is the star of the show. At 42% ABV, I can see myself sipping this all night with enjoyment. Salud!

Tequila Ninja
162 ratings
  • 94 Rating

Lote 01 | -Nose: Bright citrus, agave, wet cement - like the first drops of rain in the summer. Valley minerality reflective of the region. -Taste: long warm ramp of flavors, starting with green fruits - apples & citrus, then peaking with crisp pop of ripe cooked agave before fading into some fresh cut herbs. Summer honeydew melon. Bit of anise, but well balanced. Nothing sour here. -Finish: warm and long - the agave notes linger! -Mouthfeel: oily and viscous. Hangs on the inside of the glass. Little filtration & a natural product. Bravo to the Rosales family for honoring tradition.

Tequila Boss
526 ratings
  • 89 Rating

Lote 02 | Nose of black licorice, slight peach and sweet cherry and a lactic element. Spicier taste than lot 1, which lingers into the finish.

Tequila Boss
526 ratings
  • 92 Rating

Lote 01 | Aromas of mint, florals, and cherry. Tastes like light cinnamon with a medium mouthfeel with a naturally sweet and then spicy finish. Great sipper.

Tequila Wizard
834 ratings
  • 92 Rating

Lote 02 | Nose: Floral and fruity. Sweet spicy aromas with warm anise bass notes. Ripe tree fruit, including cherry and peach. A nice tingly mineral element to the nose. A bit more herbal and green than lote #1. Maybe not quite as sweet as its predecessor? Flavor: Palate pleasing cinnamon, allspice and pepper are delivered on first sips. Followed up with rich buttery tahona agave notes. A pleasant savory salinity plays against the fruit notes. A kiss of citrus. This blanco has bold character. It has the same DNA as lote #1, but with a few more twists. Finish: This has a balanced and lingering finish. I have tasted lote #2 as a first entrant in a tasting flight, at the midpoint of a flight, and the last in a flight. It shines and holds its own among just about any competition.