Blancos Arette Blanco Suave Tequila

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Tequila Arette Blanco Suave

Arette Artesanal Blanco - Premium select agave and precise control of quality throughout the entire production process makes this one of the finest blanco tequilas available.

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Overall rating 
 
85
Aroma-Nose 
 
84  (3)
Initial Taste 
 
84  (3)
Body 
 
88  (3)
Finish 
 
84  (3)
Enjoyability 
 
84  (3)
Price 
 
85  (3)
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Im not the biggest fan of the 'suave' formula. But that doesnt mean its not an excellent tequila. Just not for me. I rated this one on the quality of what its trying to achieve, rather than just my personal opinion. It's definitely suave!

Aroma: A great agave aroma.
Initial taste: On the tip of the tongue, an oily feel and very sweet.
Body: Heres where I tasted the 'suave' kick in. A 'suave' body with earth and agave, and black licorice.
Finish: Of long duration with no bitterness at all.
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89
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89
Initial Taste 
 
89
Body 
 
89
Finish 
 
89
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90
Price 
 
89
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91
Reviewed by Piña July 21, 2008
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Im not the biggest fan of the 'suave' formula. But that doesnt mean its not an excellent tequila. Just not for me. I rated this one on the quality of what its trying to achieve, rather than just my personal opinion. It's definitely suave!

Aroma: A great agave aroma.
Initial taste: On the tip of the tongue, an oily feel and very sweet.
Body: Heres where I tasted the 'suave' kick in. A 'suave' body with earth and agave, and black licorice.
Finish: Of long duration with no bitterness at all.

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Presentation is nice, nothing spectacular and from there all is down hill, nose, aroma, body is all very non-exiting.
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80
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80
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79
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85
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80
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75
Price 
 
80
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85
Reviewed by Troy March 21, 2007
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Presentation is nice, nothing spectacular and from there all is down hill, nose, aroma, body is all very non-exiting.

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This blanco version of Arette is a small step in the right direction for the Orendain tequilas, although not yet quite a stunning blanco at all. The texture is watery and the sharp alcohol notes undermine the nice agave notes and herbal accents that tend to dominate Arette's organoleptic feature. One thing that gets my attention is that it smells too strong, kinda yeasty and mineral at the same time. The main agave notes at the nose and palate are fresh and sweet, but later some salty, slight celery-like notes become present in the tongue and aftertaste. I would love this tequila to offer mich more definition on the flavor structure, because in this version the agave, alcohol and herbal notes appear to the palate in an erratic, disengaged way. There is this touch of artificiality that keeps Arette from climbing all the way to the top, but overall, an above-average blanco to enjoy before spicy foods.
Overall rating 
 
85
Aroma-Nose 
 
84
Initial Taste 
 
83
Body 
 
91
Finish 
 
82
Enjoyability 
 
86
Price 
 
85
Presentation 
 
80
Reviewed by Lirubis December 20, 2006
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This blanco version of Arette is a small step in the right direction for the Orendain tequilas, although not yet quite a stunning blanco at all. The texture is watery and the sharp alcohol notes undermine the nice agave notes and herbal accents that tend to dominate Arette's organoleptic feature. One thing that gets my attention is that it smells too strong, kinda yeasty and mineral at the same time. The main agave notes at the nose and palate are fresh and sweet, but later some salty, slight celery-like notes become present in the tongue and aftertaste. I would love this tequila to offer mich more definition on the flavor structure, because in this version the agave, alcohol and herbal notes appear to the palate in an erratic, disengaged way. There is this touch of artificiality that keeps Arette from climbing all the way to the top, but overall, an above-average blanco to enjoy before spicy foods.

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