Articles Tagged: tequila review

Corzo Silver Tequila Review

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The Corzo Tequila (Tequila Silver) arrived in a fantastically attractive bottle—minimalism at its best. Carzo hired a famous French designer that modeled the bottle after modern Mexican buildings. The end result is a unique bottle, a tall, rectangular bottle with a square angular spout that would look great in any bar. Being a fan of modern architecture and minimalism (striving for something I will never achieve is my best guess), I immediately set about researching … Read more

Lunazul Tequila

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Lunazul Tequila is a smooth, 100% blue agave tequila that tastes more expensive than it is.

Lunzaul Blanco

In general, the blanco variety of tequila can sometimes be too harsh, if not done well. However, Lunazul Blanco is very smooth while still possessing a little heat.

It has a strong agave nose (which is a good thing) with a hint of fruitiness. There’s a mild floral taste accompanied by a hint of pepper and citrus. … Read more

Tequila Avión Review

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We recently had the pleasure to taste Tequila Avión, a new brand produced of Blue Weber Agave found in the highest regions of Jalisco, Mexico. The brand, launched in July, by the founder of MarquisJet, is a labor of love. Not a product of Entourage, the HBO series, where Avión has been featured this season. The folks at Avión met an Entourage producer and the rest is history. It was cool to see Mark Cuban … Read more

Dos Lunas Anejo Tequila Review

Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner and the folks at Dos Lunas sent over a bottle of their award winning añejo.

Dos Lunas Añejo is super-smooth, 100% natural ultra-premium tequila. It is double distilled and aged for eighteen months in bourbon and New American oak barrels. The bouquet is sweet with a slight spiciness. On the tongue, the añejo offers accents of warm vanilla and spiced plums. This a wonderful sipping tequila.

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