A drinkable tequila and a work of limited edition art at a cheap price.
Doesn’t go much cheaper without major pain and suffering from bad distillation.
A drinkable tequila at a cheap price.
A low end anejo which is redeemed by the price point. While it lacks the finish and complexity of higher end anejos, it also lacks the price.
a good choice one for someone on a budget or who is just starting to explore tequila.
Drinkable and nice presentation.
So cheap you think it must be bad – but is surprisingly good.
My choice for a cheap Reposado Tequila
A well done lowland tequila.
One of my favorite highland anejo tequilas.
A unique if not almost singular approach to making an excellent tequila.
Wonderful very traditional tequila at a great price for what you get.
Excellent complex tequila that comes at a bit of a cost. Like many things truly good things in life, pricey but ultimately worthwhile, just not a bargain.
Pot stills and pedigreed agaves
One of the few tequilas using alembic stills for their distillation.
An excellent tequila done slowly and carefully. Famous author Clive Cusslers favorite
One of the very few that use NEW oak barrel so you get all the wood and no whiskey influence – just pure tequila.
A Lowland tequila we actually like quite a bit – quite the rarity.
Delicious and complex if a bit pricey. At least you will get an excellent bottle of tequila for the money.
Slow fermented and worth the wait.
A lot of attention and care went into this tequila and it shows.
Tasty and bracing but a little hot.
When you feel like hurting yourself now and later….
Jose Cuervo- a name that evokes grim memories or memories of blackouts, hangovers of near terminal vileness, possibly jail, Cuervo has a lot of history to overcome for many people.
Very nice, makes a great present but maybe a bit pricey
Smooth as a straight edged razor – and just as potentially dangerous
Delicious, and diplomatic.
Really, a helluva buy for the money.
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