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Unrested Código 1530 Blanco is the expression that best reflects the pure taste of perfect inputs. Codigo 1530 takes pride in every step of the production process, carefully sourcing only the best ingredients to produce a spirit that requires no resting.




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Founded in 2016 by Ron Snyder, Federico Vaughan and George Strait, the story of Código 1530 tequila, produced in the Mexican state of Jalisco, is based on the transmission of an ancestral tequila recipe following Los Códigos, "the codes" in English. Código tequila has positioned itself within a very competitive category, thanks to the unique quality proposition of its range of Ultra-Premium (Blanco, Rosa and Reposado) and Prestige products (Añejo, Barrel Strength Añejo and Origen Extra Añejo).


Ann Mukherjee, CEO of Pernod Ricard USA, added: We are incredibly excited to welcome Código 1530 into our portfolio, enhancing our agave products offer especially in its upper segment where consumers and connoisseurs are eager to discover brands that combine strong roots with the most exclusive quality.


Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, George Strait is celebrating the latest expression in his Código 1530 tequila line, a company the singer invested in more than three years ago (he even named a song after it).


For generations, Codigo 1530 Tequila remained a closely-guarded secret among Los Bajos' finest jimadors. Once known as the El Tequila Privado, "the private Tequila," the label has now been introduced to the world for the very first time. The Código 1530 range includes a Blanco, Reposado, Añejo, an Extra Añejo Tequila, and a Rosa. Federico "Fede" Vaughan is CEO & Co-Founder of Código 1530 and honorary custodian of its private recipe.


This is a big purchase for Pernod Ricard, a company that already owns the likes of Avion Tequila, Olmeca Tequila and Del Maguey Single Village Mezcal. Codigo 1530 is incredibly popular among tequila enthusiasts and is probably a safe bet for the growing ultra-premium agave spirits market.


Recently Pops attended a business dinner where the hosts brought in several tequila brands for a tasting. One of the brands, Codigo 1530, followed up with Bourbon & Banter and asked if we would be interested in sampling their entire line for a review post. Never one to turn down a chance to #drinkcurious, I volunteered to take on the task despite being unfamiliar with the brand.


Thoughts: This is a very impressive Reposado. The barrel aging process really shines here, where the Blanco was very forward on the palate, the Reposado is much more complex. There is a lot more going on but the flavors are all a bit muted but not in a bad way. I wish I had more so I could compare the Blanco to the Reposado and I could really get into the differences that the 6 months in the barrel made.


Disclaimer: Codigo 1530 provided Bourbon & Banter with a sample of their products for this review. We appreciate their willingness to allow us to review their products with no strings attached. Thank you.


Brent was born and raised in Indianapolis, IN. After graduating from the University of Kansas with a degree in Journalism, he moved back to Indy where he eventually resurrected his family's brand of all beef kosher style hot dogs and opened a restaurant, King David Dogs, in downtown Indianapolis. When he's not juggling the many duties of an entrepreneur, he can usually be found relaxing at home with his wife, their twin boys, and their two dogs. Brent is a member of the Bourbon Society of Indianapolis, a BBQ enthusiast, and a cigar aficionado. Three things that are even better when enjoyed together with good friends. If Brent is not talking about bourbon, he's probably talking about sports, in particular, NFL football and Kansas Jayhawks basketball. You can follow his blog, BBQ and Bourbon here.Read Brent's full profile.


Sounds like a tequila series that we should try. I tend to prefer the extra anejo. We are currently sipping the Gran Patron Piedra which is a truly remarkable tequila. If the Origen is anywhere close to the Piedra, it is worth the price.


Código 1530 focuses on traditional practices to produce their tequila, using a similar approach as those who treasure a coveted family recipe. This tequila is produced without veering from the traditions prevalent in the Los Bajos region.


The name, Código 1530, has a deeper meaning than expected. In 1530, Amatitán (which is a municipality in Mexico) was recognized as a city of New Galicia, granting those who live there a sense of independence and identity.


Código 1530 Blanco is unrested (it never ages in a barrel) so that the full flavor of the agave it is made from comes through. It is twice distilled in stainless steel pot stills and has selling alcohol by volume (ABV) of 40% (80 proof). The tequila has tasting notes of citrus, and an earthy, mineral touch to it.


The Código 1530 Añejo is aged for 18 months and has a refined-tasting profile of oak, vanilla, fruit, and spice. Made from 100% agave, this tequila has an ABV of 40% (80 proof). Meanwhile, the Código 1530 Origen is aged for 6 years which helps develop the tasting notes of caramel, sweet oak, spice, and vanilla. It has an ABV of 40% (80 proof).


Next, the Código 1530 Blanco Still Strength Estate Harvest is made from agave harvested from Código fields. It has tasting notes of pumpkin seeds, rosemary mint, and clove which complement the aromas of maple and vanilla. This tequila has an ABV of 45% (90 proof).


The tequila named after one of the co-founders, George Strait, has an ABV of 40% (80 proof). This Código 1530 George Strait Añejo has notes of oak and vanilla, with a hint of spice on the finish. At an ABV of 44% (88 proof), the Código 1530 Barrel Strength Añejo has notes of subtle vanilla and dark chocolate, with touches of toasted oak.


Finally, the priciest offering from Código 1530 is the 13-year-aged Añejo which has notes of sweet vanilla, cinnamon, and exotic spices. This tequila is considered an extra Añejo with an ABV of 40%.


Aside from the tequila variations available from the brand, Código 1530 has two Mezcal available as well. Their Código 1530 Artesanal Mezcal is available for $75 while the Ancestral Mezcal is available for $215.


123 Organic Blanco Tequila (Uno) is a good comparison to Código 1530 Blanco. This tequila has tasting notes of lemon peel, minerals, and black pepper with intense aromas of fresh agave.


Mijenta Reposado is a good option if you are looking for an alternative to Código 1530 Reposado. It is aged for up to 6 months in American white oak barrels and European acacia casks which give the beverage a long finish and a full expression.


Tequila is typically drunk as a shooter for lower-quality tequilas. However, with good tequila, it is best to savor it and sip it slowly either neat (no ice) or on the rocks (with ice). Código 1530 provides a host of cocktail recipes that bring the flavors of the tequila out and can make for a delicious beverage.


Firstly, a Código Collins can be made using the Código 1530 Blanco tequila. In a shaker with ice, combine 1,5 ounces of tequila, ounces of lime juice, 1.4 ounces of lemon juice, ounces of Agave Nectar Water, and 1,5 ounces of grilled pineapple juice. Shake vigorously to combine the ingredients and strain into a tall glass. Top it up with a splash of soda water and garnish with a sprig of mint and a piece of grilled pineapple.


Using the Código 1530 Reposado Tequila, you can make a Hard Marmalade. Combine 2 ounces of tequila, 1 ounce of grapefruit juice, 1 ounce of lemon juice, and 0.05 ounces of agave nectar in a shaker with ice. Shake to combine the ingredients and strain into a glass over ice. garnish with an orange twist and enjoy.


Finally, using the Código 1530 Añejo, you can make an Añejo Old Fashioned at home. Add 2 ounces of tequila, ounce of agave nectar, 2 dashes of Angostura bitters, and 1 dash of orange bitters into a mixing glass. Top it with ice and stir slowly to chill the ingredients. Strain the mixture into a glass with a large ice cube and garnish with an orange peel.


Código 1530 Tequila is made in a distillery in Amatitán in the Jalisco region of Mexico. The tequilas are aged in French Oak Cabernet wine barrels that are sourced in the Napa Valley region of California. Amatitán is the town this brand originated from.


Código 1530 Rosa is Blanco/Silver tequila that has been rested for 1 month in an uncharred Napa Cabernet French White Oak barrel. The result is a refined spirit with a natural color as beautiful as its taste. Its resting period in cabernet barrels enhaces and enriches the natural agave, yet not too long to overpower its delicate floral notes.


Código 1530 Rosa begins life as a Blanco which is then rested for 1 month in un-charred Napa Valley Cabernet French White Oak wine barrels. The result is a floral and citrussy Tequila with a pink hue, but that has plenty of agave coming through!


Production takes place in Amatitán Jalisco. Código 1530 bears the Jerusalem Cross as a symbol of its provenance. The cross sits atop the Jalisco Coat of Arms and dates back to 1530 when Jalisco was given a coat of arms by the Spanish monarchy.


Código 1530 Tequila takes their blanco to the next level by aging it for six months inside Napa Valley Cabernet French oak barrels. Código 1530 Reposado is certainly an agave-driven tequila, but it showcases some other unique notes too. This Código tequila has bourbon-like notes of oak, vanilla and caramel, plus bright splashes of citrus. 041b061a72


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