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Casa Noble Reposado 100% Blue Agave Tequila (750ml)

Jalisco, MEXICO
Reduced from $130.00
$79. 99
$959.88 Dozen
ABV: 40%
Many tequila chasers consider the Reposado to be the high point of the Casa Noble collection. The tequila is aged for one year in French oak barrels.

Tasting note: Pale gold. Softer and deeper on the nose than the "Crystal", this offers sultry wafts of muted butterscotch, vanilla, pineapple pudding, musk and distant piney/menthol freshness. Super pure with melt-in-your mouth texture and medium dry flavours of butter menthol lozenge, grassy / tingling pepper / pine-like notes and a creamy vanilla, mocha and dried pineapple cascade. Deftly controlled sweet-dry balance and an almost ethereal lightness. Very pure, very elegant reposado. 40% Alc./Vol.

Other reviews.... Pale golden color. Roasted pecan, coffee, creme Anglaise, toffee, and brown spice aromas are attractive. A silky, supple entry leads to a slick, dryish medium body of praline, leather, mocha, chocolate covered figs and dates, sandalwood, and spice. Finishes with a toffee and toasty oak fade. 40% Alc./Vol.
International Review of Spirits Award: Gold Medal
92 points (Exceptional) - www.tastings.com

94 points 2015 review.
- www.wineenthusiast.com

Other reviews...'Matured in French oak for a full year; the light amber/yellow shade is really gorgeous and pure; the nose is seductive and compelling right from the first nosing pass after the pour as mature scents of brine, forest herbs, and lead pencil enchant the olfactory sense the second sniffing features more of the herbs and pepperiness than the lead pencil with further exposure to air, the third whiff offers deepening yet graceful aromas of soft caramel, mild oak, herbal agave, and sea salt (I especially like the bouquet at this stage of 5-7 minutes of aeration) with further time in the glass, the final sniffing sees the dill/brine element come to the forefront a genuinely elegant and top-of-the-category bouquet; the intensely sweet taste at palate entry is more vegetal than oaky or caramelly the midpalate stage is laden with sweet light toffee and candied nut flavors, which while tasty, don't necessarily match-up to the elegance of the aroma; the finish is long, toasty/caramelly, and resiny from the oak; highly recommended, but could have gone even further in the ratings department had the taste phase equaled the superb quality found in the bouquet.'
Rating 4 stars - SUPERB
- F. Paul Pacult, The Spirit Journal