El Jimador Reposado Tequila: The Single Malt Review Episode 118

El Jimador is one of the most affordable 100% agave Tequilas on the market, which is why Tim usually has a bottle floating around somewhere. Although a manifestly different spirit to our usual faire here on the Single Malt Review, tequila has some very unique qualities of it’s own, and as Tim explains, although it spends very little time aging in barrel, it takes it’s time in another way.


Caviar Cowboys says:

Isn’t it %25 alc/vol and classed as a liquer? think this type of lighter tequila is more similiar to wine or white wine? Can you reveiw Centenario tequila as well? I think it is available in all the major cities in Australia but I’m not sure about NZ. I got told Centenario was one of the best in the world and also the most expensive. I was thinking about introducing Tonayan tequila into AU and NZ but it comes in a plastic bottle although it is one of the best and also the very cheapest tequila’s in Mexico. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Grupo-Tonayan-y-C%C3%ADa-SA-de-CV/185797048458295?ref=br_rs
Do you know of anyone who would be able to start importing it into AU and NZ en masse?

Chris Mills says:


Here you go. Are these better Tequilas? I haven’t used the website myself but it is NZ based.

Welsh Toro says:

Excellent and enjoyable review chaps. I do like a drop of quality tequila from time to time but if you want to go Mexican mezcal is the way to go. It’s not cheap, because it is genuinly artisan, but boy is it good. My favourite producers are Del Maguey and Pierde Almas. Higher proof and far more interesting than most tequila.

Brohan89 says:

Definitely try Espolon tequila if you can find it.

Jason Voorheese says:

Why? -.-

maynardburger says:

‘Don Julio’ is what you were searching for.

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