More interesting goings-on at the CRT lately!
When the lists were released on the 26th, somebody uploaded the wrong file to the CRT website. Apparently, it went unnoticed by CRT desk jockeys for a week before they fixed it. But they did fix it.
And then the next day, the released a whole new NOM List.
That’s why you’ll be seeing a rapid fire release of 2 Tequila Aficionado NOM Lists today.
Our updated list of tequila distilleries and brands, the “Nom List”, as of 26 May 2014, is now available for download in both PDF and Excel formats. Click on any of the underlined items within the list to be taken directly to our reviews, articles, tasting notes and features on each tequila brand.
Tequila Brands Old & New
Each of our NOM Lists contains the names and information of brands that have previously appeared on NOM lists in the past but have since been dropped by the CRT. Pinpointing your treasure bottles has never been easier! Please understand that this list is not a comprehensive list of every tequila brand ever made. We make every effort to be sure it is as accurate as possible from the time we at Tequila Aficionado Media began publishing our lists in 2013.
Click to download the format of your choice:
Click on any RED link within the NOM list to see the Tequila Aficionado articles and reviews on that brand.
- Brands highlighted in Green are recent additions (see comment on Excel spreadsheet for first shown date)
- Brands highlighted in Red did not appear on the current list (see comment on Excel spreadsheet for last shown date)
- Brands highlighted in Blue are suspected of using a diffusor in production.