Herradura Seleccion Suprema Extra Añejo

40% alc./vol.

Patrick 90%
An excellent tequila for those who love them spicy. Presents a beautiful depth. I recommend it with your favorite cigar (quebecwhisky.com would like to remind you that smoking is bad, and it stinks.) Nose: Smoked and spicy Agave with a hint of oak and a hint of vanilla. Taste: Incredibly spicy, with a flavor that gives the impression that the agave has cooked in a hole in the ground. After a few seconds, the burnt oak (and a touch of subtle smoke) appears followed by some ripe fruit. Finish: Long and marked by spicy fruits.

Mañana Añejo

40% alc./vol.

Patrick 89%
A few years ago, Mañana was my first añejo tequila. Its complexity, its scale and the fact that it is simply excellent decided me to explore the fabulous world of tequilas (and to return to Mexico for my winter holidays!). Nose: Agave, vanilla, spices and especially an intriguing leafy envelope. Palate: A powerful wave of spicy agave, followed by a touch of oak and exotic leaves and a subtle note of salt. The set is very complex and just as well balanced. Finish: Long and very peppery.

D'Antaño Extra Añejo by Siete Leguas

38% alc./vol.

Patrick 91%
An excellent tequila for fans of the genre. Intensity and balance at their highest level. Nose: Very marked vegetable fragrance with a touch of fresh oak. Always vegetables, but also nice notes of citrus. The agave hides skillfully in the middle of the set, giving a nice complexity to everything. Palate: Always vegetables, but the agave take pleasantly more space. After a few seconds, an oily oak appears with citrus notes. Final: Of a beautiful length, marked by citrus fruits.

Siete Leguas Añejo

38% alc./vol.

Patrick 84%
If it was not the typical scent of Siete Leguas, it would be a sublime tequila. Nose: Definitely, I do not like the fragrance that emanates from the tequilas of this brand. Rotten vegetables and some spices. Palate: Pepper that detonates vegetables and slightly sweet oak board. Finale: Of a beautiful and spicy length.

Siete Leguas Reposado

38% alc./vol.

Patrick 78%
A beautiful tequila, if it was not for his weird nose. Nose: Oh boy, that's nasty! Turnips and bottoms of waste container. Then, we realize that there are citrus fruits and spices in the bottom of the container. Palate: Things are much better here with notes of burnt agave, pepper, caramel and citrus. Final: Short to medium length.

Siete Leguas Blanco

40% alc./vol.

Patrick 79%
A tequila ok, but really not trippy. Nose: Spicy pepper and new make to the limit to taste the burnt. Sweet and floral notes. Palate: Offers a nice intensity. The flavor of alcohol is also very marked. Light vegetable and spicy sugar. Final: Short and drying.

Don Julio Reposado

38% alc./vol.

Patrick 78%
Lack of balance and more aggressive than pleasant. Definitely, I do not understand the concept of "restados" tequilas: Not old enough to be good, and too expensive to serve cheap alcohol for cocktails. Nose: Agave, lemon and woody touch. The set is fresh and looks very young and aggressive. Palate: Aqueous texture and taste dominated by pepper. Some floral and citrus notes complete the whole. Finale: Short, with a weird mix of flowers and citrus.

Jose Cuervo Especial

35% alc./vol.

Patrick 65%
We are justified in asking the reasons for the success of such a mediocre product, especially considering that it is not a "100%" agave tequila. In short, the chemical flavors we taste are actually from unidentified chemicals (and in Mexico, it can mean anything!). To avoid at all costs. If there is nothing else to drink, come back to bed or just enjoy a Corona! In fact, if there was only that to drink, I would be in favor of prohibition! The fact that this company just bought Bushmills worries me a lot for this Irish symbol! Nose: Peppery and lemony, with a chemical and sweet touch. Palate: Eurk. More chemical than anything else. A little lemon and pepper as felt on the nose, but very discreet. Final: Short and chemical.

Jose Cuervo Reserva Extra Anejo

40% alc./vol.
10-10-14, bottle #08668.

Patrick 93%
One of the best tequilas I have tasted, but at a disproportionate price. My suggestion: Get together to pay for the bottle! Nose: Burnt and sweet agave with a touch of caramelized vanilla. Palate: Gives the impression of biting into the agave while sitting near a campfire. Oak and vanilla complete the whole sublimely. Finish: Long and spicy.

Tres Mujeres Extra Añejo

38% alc./vol.

Patrick 90%
A superb tequila, balanced to perfection. I would still be curious to see this tequila aged a few more years, like a good whiskey: It has the potential to become the best spirits in the world! Nose: Delicate and complex aroma of agave juice with a touch of vegetables, vanilla and pressed green leaves. Palate: Burnt oak, vanilla and agave. The set offers a really sweet / peppery mix. Finale: Stretches long and deliciously on juicy agave notes.

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