El Tesoro Mundial Collection: Laphroaig Edition

Type: Tequila
Nom
1139
115 Ratings See All

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Production Details
NOM : 1139 ,
Agave Type : Tequilana Weber ,
Agave Region : Jalisco (Los Altos) ,
Region : Jalisco (Los Altos Southern) ,
Cooking : Stone/Brick Ovens ,
Extraction : Tahona ,
Water Source : Deep well water ,
Fermentation : Wood fermentation tanks, 100% agave, Open-air fermentation, Fermentation with fibers ,
Distillation : 2x distilled ,
Still : Copper Pot ,
Aging : Whisky barrels, Single Barrel, Used barrels, Scotch barrels ,
ABV/Proof : 42% abv (84-proof)
Other : No additives

Profile

Aromas & Flavors Detected By Our Community

Aromas Detected

12
Agave (cooked)
10
Earth
7
Smoke
5
Oak
4
Brine/Salt
4
Caramel
3
Vanilla
3
Pepper (black)
3
Citrus
1
Cider
1
Orange Blossom
1
Honey

Flavors Detected

17
Agave (cooked)
12
Earth
11
Smoke
10
Pepper (black)
10
Oak
6
Brine/Salt
4
Caramel
3
Vanilla
3
Pear
3
Fruity
3
Whiskey
2
Baking Spice

Ratings

Personal Scores & Reviews From Our Community

Tequila Boss
508 ratings
  • 77 Rating

I greatly dislike Laphroaig and, as a result, I don't like this product.

Tequila Wizard
841 ratings
  • 86 Rating

Not as harmonious as other aged expressions from La Altena, using Paradiso as a reference, but enjoyed the experimental aspect of using other barrels to produce it Still a good profile, blending/barrel harmony could be perfected

Tequila Ninja
175 ratings
  • 82 Rating

Has a Malort wormwood thing going on. I’m a fan of Laphroaig and ET, but the marriage didn’t quite work out like I’d hoped. This is a pass for me

Tequila Badass
471 ratings
  • 87 Rating

Agave, wood, barrel spice, and a light smoldering peaty twang. Moreno’s Liquors edition.

Tequila Badass
416 ratings
  • 87 Rating

This is different but nice. Agave and loads of peattines, and caramel. Not bad.

Tequila Badass
437 ratings
  • 87 Rating

This is very unique Anejo, single barrel / scotch Interesting notes of agave and wood, light spice. Enjoyable

Tequila Savant
213 ratings
  • 88 Rating

Points deducted for price. ($130)

Tequila Fan
4 ratings
  • 89 Rating

Appearance: Warm golden amber, crystal clear. Aroma: Rich agave, vanilla, caramel, with hints of oak and spices. Taste: Smooth blend of cooked agave, vanilla, toasted oak, and butterscotch, with notes of ripe fruits and almonds. Finish: Long, warm, with a sweet and spicy balance. Overall: El Tesoro Añejo is a luxurious, smooth tequila, offering a harmonious mix of traditional agave and complex flavors from oak aging. Perfect for savoring

Tequila Ninja
183 ratings
  • 69 Rating

More of a Mezcal taste and aroma to my Texas barrel.

Tequila Savant
229 ratings
  • 86 Rating

Good amount of spice, some smoke, strong finish.

Tequila Warrior
48 ratings
  • 83 Rating

Nose. Getting musty oak. Salty ocean breeze. And olive. Taste. Taste Cooked agave. Light oak. Citrus salt and pepper. Finish nice light pepper. Peat comes threw and it’s a nice marriage with scotch casks. Sample from my Tequila God fairy.

Tequila Connoisseur
74 ratings
  • 88 Rating

Made for Virginia ABC Store. Very different Anejo - smokey Laphroaig taste. $100 bottle - not bad at all.

Tequila Guru
75 ratings
  • 81 Rating

I’m usually not a fan of a heavy smokey peat flavor of certain scotches. However, this is light enough where it gives a nice subtle hint of peat to this tequila.

Tequila Freak
22 ratings
  • 82 Rating

Wow. Tons of smoke was not expecting

Tequila Savant
292 ratings
  • 88 Rating

A very very light colored añejo with an excellent aroma of cooked agave, earthiness, salinity and smoke. Smooth all the way through. The flavors of mild black pepper, earthiness and cooked agave are persistent. The finish has a long lingering smoky quality that is just right. Exceptional from start to finish.

Tequila Fan
4 ratings
  • 52 Rating

What a let down. Scotch barrels and tequila must not mix well. I love mezcal but the barrel influence on this one is a big let down. Super smokey, but in the wrong direction. Points also deducted for price. I was expecting so much more. The regular anejo is a much superior drink.

Tequila Wizard
917 ratings
  • 89 Rating

Very different than the regular añejo. The Laphroaig barreling gives it a mezcal profile from start to finish, well done!

Tequila Ninja
154 ratings
  • 76 Rating

Nose- smoke, peat, anise, agave. Taste- peaty, agave with charcoal/smokiness. Hints of anise, cooked agave and Britney earthy tone. Finish- clean with outstanding cooked agave up front anise on sides of the tongue and a light pepper finish. The Smokey is a bit much and resembles a mezcal.

Tequila Connoisseur
66 ratings
  • 86 Rating

Unique blend of agave and scotch flavors.

Tequila Maniac
34 ratings
  • 95 Rating

Best I think I've tasted so far. Rich agave with wood, pepper, and just the right amount of smoke and mahogany.

Tequila Lover
10 ratings
  • 89 Rating

Fantastic aroma and letting it rest for a minute after pouring makes a difference (IMHO). Great balanced flavor with a bit of spice as it goes down and a slight sweetness aftertaste. I paired a second serving with a mild cigar and it was heavenly.

Tequila Ninja
154 ratings
  • 87 Rating

simalar to the regular anajo. sweet cooked agave vanilla caramel stone fruit oak baking spices. only difference is a light smokey peaty finish. points deducted for value. old town barrel

Tequila Enthusiast
6 ratings
  • 88 Rating

Lightly peated, Carmel, sherry, bright citrus aromas, light/young slightly sweet cooked agave?, Casky finish. It’s certainly a tequila/scotch hybrid! With an amazing light pale honey color! Amazing how when u smell this sometimes I smell tequila, sometimes lightly peated scotch and often both together! It’s distinct. And maybe not for everyone? I rather enjoy it for how well made and unique it is.

Tequila Maniac
32 ratings
  • 88 Rating

after letting it breathe for a min, I really started to notice a smoky brininess on the nose with just little hints of agave that start to come out more as it sits. I can almost feel the heat in my nose. Definitely spicy, peppery throughout that leaves a bit of tingle for the finish. Almost a little bit of a saltiness. But it still has a light agave sweetness throughout. Very enjoyable, definitely a nice twist to the typically great El Tesoro.

Tequila Connoisseur
66 ratings
  • 90 Rating

Similar to the regular anejo with a lingering - and pleasant - peaty aftertaste. This is the perfect bottle to introduce a scotch lover to tequila.