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El Reformador Anejo Tequila

El Reformador Anejo Tequila - Made with 100% blue weber Agave, naturally fermented with spring water in oak casks.

Tequila El Reformador ranks with the finest tequilas. Its outstanding flavor results from the careful selection of premium agaves which are naturally fermented and distilled in Tequila, Jalisco, Mexico.

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A very interesting tequila. A lot of different aspects in a nice...and almost creamy tequila.

Aroma: Caramel, agave and tropical fruits.
Initial Taste: Very sweet entry. Nice agave and spice notes combined with what tastes like flan.
Body: Heavy, thick body that coats the tongue and has no burn at all. The creamy aspect really presents itself here with still no burn and a sweet, caramel like taste. Some nice wood and brown/baking spice notes compliment the flan taste nicely.
Finish: No burn, but a nice medium length linger of all of the flavors to let you keep enjoying this tequila.

This bottle was purchased for $45 at Mission. That's a good price for the bottle for sure. I definitely would recommend it to anyone and will be looking forward to trying the rest of the line.
Overall rating 
 
94
Aroma-Nose 
 
93
Initial Taste 
 
94
Body 
 
94
Finish 
 
93
Enjoyability 
 
94
Price 
 
92
Presentation 
 
92
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist March 20, 2012
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A very interesting tequila. A lot of different aspects in a nice...and almost creamy tequila.

Aroma: Caramel, agave and tropical fruits.
Initial Taste: Very sweet entry. Nice agave and spice notes combined with what tastes like flan.
Body: Heavy, thick body that coats the tongue and has no burn at all. The creamy aspect really presents itself here with still no burn and a sweet, caramel like taste. Some nice wood and brown/baking spice notes compliment the flan taste nicely.
Finish: No burn, but a nice medium length linger of all of the flavors to let you keep enjoying this tequila.

This bottle was purchased for $45 at Mission. That's a good price for the bottle for sure. I definitely would recommend it to anyone and will be looking forward to trying the rest of the line.

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