Bottle of 4 Copas Blanco 110

4 Copas Blanco 110

Type: Tequila
Brand: 4 Copas
Nom
1522
4 Ratings See All
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Production Details
NOM : 1522 ,
Agave Type : Tequilana Weber ,
Agave Region : Jalisco (Tequila Valley) ,
Region : Jalisco (Los Valles) ,
Cooking : Autoclave (high pressure) ,
Extraction : Roller Mill ,
Water Source : Deep well water ,
Fermentation : Stainless steel tanks, 100% agave, Open-air fermentation, Spontaneous fermentation, Fermentation without fibers ,
Distillation : 2x distilled ,
Still : Stainless Steel Pot ,
Aging : - ,
ABV/Proof : 55% abv (110-proof)
Other : Distilled at or near proof, Organic, High-proof

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Aromas & Flavors Detected By Our Community

Aromas Detected

2
Lemon
2
Agave (cooked)
2
Earth
2
Minerals
1
Agave (raw)
1
Nuts
1
Grass
1
Metallic
1
Anise
1
Citrus
1
Vegetal
1
Herbal

Flavors Detected

3
Citrus
2
Pineapple
2
Lemon
2
Anise
2
Alcohol
2
Agave (cooked)
2
Minerals
1
Grass
1
Vegetal
1
Agave (raw)
1
Grapes
1
Peppermint

Ratings

Personal Scores & Reviews From Our Community

Tequila Ninja
105 ratings
  • 86 Rating

Tastes as part of a Fuerte Friday blind. Here are my notes. 4 Copas has a very nice nose of agave and earth and minerals. The citrus is that of lemon. Taste wise this is alcohol foremost, with some citrus, pineapple, and agave. Too much alcohol as the ABV doesn’t work to enhance this one.

Tequila Honey Badger
1042 ratings
  • 79 Rating

Acquired on March 2023, tasted on 10-6-23. Aroma: cooked agave, acidity with sweetness that is green and vegetal like agave or zucchini, herbaceous, slightly earthy, citrus, lemon, it has a metallic aroma or very mineral sensation that is quite impregnating. Palate: anise, cooked agave, vegetal sweetness, the metallic or mineral sensation is very present, ends slightly bitter. Finish is medium to long, light cooked agave with metallic and/or strong minerality & citrus notes persist.

Tequila Savant
211 ratings
  • 84 Rating

Lote 3 The aroma: soft and inviting with cooked agave, anise, cashew nuttiness and white vinegar, (a note that I often perceive from hp’ autoclave) soft ethyl, lemon citrus, and salinity. When sipped, a subtle stream becomes a torrent of hot and spicy sweet flavor. The initial taste is like a inconspicuous wave of brine, which last less than a second before the palate and throat are gripped aggressively with fiery black licorice melting over jalapeños. Cotton candy grapes and cooked pineapple burn from heat while grassy and vegetal notes coat the tongue along with peppermint spicyness and alcohol. Finish reminds me of lingering capsaicin, no taste just heat on tongue and slightly on lips with dying embers of agave and cacao exiting cleanly. A wild ride I can/will enjoy exploring but not for the faint of esophagus.