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Herradura Reposado is a delicious Tequila which was launched in 1974 - it was also the world's first commercial Reposado! It is aged for 11 months in oak and it took home a Double Gold from the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
Nose: Sweet notes of buttery toffee and ginger biscuit. Dill and sage too.
Palate: Slightly tangy palate, hints of dry oak, sandalwood and roasted agave. Increasing spice notes and beeswax.
Finish: White pepper and linseed oil.
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First served to me in one of the best hotels in Mexico.Then Waitrose opened nearby with it on offer and I bought them out of it. I know and love my my Tequilas and enjoy both the young and the aged for very different reasons.This is very smooth and full of character. An exquisite drink and a favourite of mine. I always have a bottle in the bar for myself, aficionados, and occasionally to blow away anyone who think that Cuevo Gold is good tequila. :o)
15th December 2015
I was at the Mexico City Airport looking for something to bring back. The duty free store provided me with the opportunity to try a few different tequilas. The Reposado was one of the few tequilas that I have had that does not burn. It was very smooth and enjoyable to drink. I wish I had purchased several bottles but could only afford the one.
9th November 2014
I drank this in the old presentation. Was a lot of Alcohol burn, and was certain it was a mixto rather than a 100% taste
I loved it, my friends enjoyed it more than me. It was a gift from my dad when he visited Mexico this last Thanksgiving holiday & I wish he got at least a case. A few friends from other states had it and ask until this day the name and how can they get it. It's amazing.
23rd December 2012