Submitted by Tequila.net May 06, 2007
Tasted in a caballito sticking to the sides with thin legs forming after a good amount of time. Puerto Vallarta Reposado Color: very very faint brown tint Aroma: agave and a bit of chocolate Taste: light on the tongue with the taste of pure agave, clay and burnt wood with a strong burn of a finish though not a burn that makes your eyes water like smoke from a campfire. I can not add their reposado to my 'recession' Tequila like I have done with their blanco. The smell, spice and weight of this reposado is what I enjoy in this category, though the taste was not as broad. This is what I expected from such a low priced Tequila, but I thought with the success of their blanco I would of been surprised - sorry to say no.