Two bottles of Dos Lunas (one silver one reposado) recently arrived in Sausalito for review. We gathered the troops (not really hard when there is tequila and beer on a Wednesday) and tasted, mixed a few margaritas and had a limbo breakout (yes, it is good tequila!).
Dos Lunas is 100% blue agave, double distilled and uniquely cold filtered. It also comes in a way cool bottle, the whole gang commented on them.
Here’s what we thought:
Nose – Smooth. Typically, when I smell a tequila, it makes me throw my head back a bit, as they can be rather tough. I get none of that with this tequila.
Taste – very mellow, none of the harshness that tequilas can have. On the way down I tasted a slight, refreshing hint of agave. It went down with out the typical Tequila burn, so if you are into that then this isn’t for you.
Nose – Smooth with tangy hints of oak.
Taste – It hits the tongue with a bit spice and then smoothly wafts down the tongue with hints of the year this tequila spent aging in oak barrels. This is truly sipping tequila.