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Tequila Mi Tierra Reposado

Tequila Mi Tierra Reposado is 100% Agave and aged in French Oak for nine months. It is produced at Tequilera de la Barranca de Amatitan, which was established in 2000 by Doña Ana Rosa Carrillo. One of the missions of Tequilera de la Barranca de Amatitán is to contribute to the preservation of the Mexican values and traditions. Ana Rosa Carrillo exhibits parts of the Mexican and local culture from Jalisco through the Tequila she produces.

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Overall rating 
 
83
Aroma-Nose 
 
83  (1)
Initial Taste 
 
84  (1)
Body 
 
81  (1)
Finish 
 
80  (1)
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NOM 1473 isn't necessarily a big distillery, but it has produced some really good tequilas. This is the last of the 7 brands/ages for me to taste (Don Fernando is also produced there). Then I guess I'll just have to wait for them to make some more.

Aroma: Hravy nose of earth, oak and wet clay. The agave is still there, but it's faint by comparison.
Initial Taste: Earthy agave entry with heavy pepper notes.
Body: Medium body. Lots of oak and earth overshadow the agave and any sweetness gained from the aging process.
Finish: Kind of a bitter finish with the oak flavors and the earth. It's medium length with a nice pepper sizzle, but not a great finish overall. Probably a tad too bitter for even those who like a more bitter finish.

This tequila is definitely a miss for this NOM. The flavors overshadow the agave. The wood dominates and it is pretty bitter. Even though the presentation is nice and the price is decent, I can't recommend going out and getting this one. The blanco and anejo are much better choices.
Overall rating 
 
83
Aroma-Nose 
 
83
Initial Taste 
 
84
Body 
 
81
Finish 
 
80
Enjoyability 
 
81
Price 
 
87
Presentation 
 
94
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist August 12, 2012
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NOM 1473 isn't necessarily a big distillery, but it has produced some really good tequilas. This is the last of the 7 brands/ages for me to taste (Don Fernando is also produced there). Then I guess I'll just have to wait for them to make some more.

Aroma: Hravy nose of earth, oak and wet clay. The agave is still there, but it's faint by comparison.
Initial Taste: Earthy agave entry with heavy pepper notes.
Body: Medium body. Lots of oak and earth overshadow the agave and any sweetness gained from the aging process.
Finish: Kind of a bitter finish with the oak flavors and the earth. It's medium length with a nice pepper sizzle, but not a great finish overall. Probably a tad too bitter for even those who like a more bitter finish.

This tequila is definitely a miss for this NOM. The flavors overshadow the agave. The wood dominates and it is pretty bitter. Even though the presentation is nice and the price is decent, I can't recommend going out and getting this one. The blanco and anejo are much better choices.

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