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t1 Tequila Reposado - Excepcional

t1 Tequila Reposado Excepcional - 100% Agave, rested 6 months in used American oak barrels - This Reposado is the perfect blend of Agave and wood, and is best enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or in premium cocktails.

t1 - Tequila Uno is an authentic, all-natural, estate-grown premium Tequila, made from 100% Blue Agave in Tequila, Jalisco, the heart of Mexico’s Tequila region.  Throughout the entire production process, t1 - Tequila Uno maintains exceptional standards of quality and consistency, promising one of the finest spirits in the world. Master Distiller German Gonzalez oversees each step throughout the production process, his experience and precision has perfected t1 - Tequila Uno.

There are two presentations for t1 Tequila Uno, a standard glass bottle (shown first), and a crystal decanter with etched logo and text (shown second).

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91
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92  (2)
Initial Taste 
 
91  (2)
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92  (2)
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90  (2)
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92  (2)
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The last review of a very good line of tequilas. T1 is the brainchild of Germán Gonzalez after his departure from Chinaco and he's put every bit as much passion into this brand as he did with his previous one. T1 is a lowland tequila made at NOM 1146 (La Tequileña) which produces Lapis, ArteNOM 1146 and AsomBroso. It's aged for 6 months in bourbon barrels. Enough of the production facts, let's jump right in...

Price: $40-50

Aroma: Cooked agave, grassy notes, light vanilla and spice.

Initial Taste: Nice agave sweetness, grass notes and vanilla.

Body: A medium-thick body with nice oils that coat the glass well. A bit more oak mixes with the agave & vanilla notes. Nice balance.

Finish: A nice linger of oak and spice that lasts a good while.

T1 reposado is a nice overall tequila. I think that I prefer the blanco (lots of pepper & spice) and the añejo (very rich and smooth cigar sipper) over this one, but it's fairly priced at $45-50 and it a quality repo. Overall, this is one of the better new lines to hit the market. It's got a nice mouth feel and good balance between agave and barrel. Definitely worth checking out.
Overall rating 
 
90
Aroma-Nose 
 
90
Initial Taste 
 
89
Body 
 
90
Finish 
 
89
Enjoyability 
 
90
Price 
 
88
Presentation 
 
94
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist September 17, 2013
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The last review of a very good line of tequilas. T1 is the brainchild of Germán Gonzalez after his departure from Chinaco and he's put every bit as much passion into this brand as he did with his previous one. T1 is a lowland tequila made at NOM 1146 (La Tequileña) which produces Lapis, ArteNOM 1146 and AsomBroso. It's aged for 6 months in bourbon barrels. Enough of the production facts, let's jump right in...

Price: $40-50

Aroma: Cooked agave, grassy notes, light vanilla and spice.

Initial Taste: Nice agave sweetness, grass notes and vanilla.

Body: A medium-thick body with nice oils that coat the glass well. A bit more oak mixes with the agave & vanilla notes. Nice balance.

Finish: A nice linger of oak and spice that lasts a good while.

T1 reposado is a nice overall tequila. I think that I prefer the blanco (lots of pepper & spice) and the añejo (very rich and smooth cigar sipper) over this one, but it's fairly priced at $45-50 and it a quality repo. Overall, this is one of the better new lines to hit the market. It's got a nice mouth feel and good balance between agave and barrel. Definitely worth checking out.

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Pale straw color, doesn't cling too heavily to the glass.
Scent of sweet agave. The Initial taste of sweet agave leads to a light vanilla body. Finishes with a light spiciness which fades quickly.
Bottle is a nice eye cathing tear-drop shape, but has a plastic top w/cork. I suppose the plastic top doesn't bother me, but I know others are interested.

I paid approx. $58 in CA, I've seen it listed for as low as $48. Almost $60 is a bit steep, closer to $50 would be more appropriate.
Overall rating 
 
92
Aroma-Nose 
 
93
Initial Taste 
 
93
Body 
 
93
Finish 
 
91
Enjoyability 
 
93
Price 
 
88
Presentation 
 
90
Reviewed by jasonrm72 February 26, 2011
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Pale straw color, doesn't cling too heavily to the glass.
Scent of sweet agave. The Initial taste of sweet agave leads to a light vanilla body. Finishes with a light spiciness which fades quickly.
Bottle is a nice eye cathing tear-drop shape, but has a plastic top w/cork. I suppose the plastic top doesn't bother me, but I know others are interested.

I paid approx. $58 in CA, I've seen it listed for as low as $48. Almost $60 is a bit steep, closer to $50 would be more appropriate.

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