Blancos Corzo Tequila Silver

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Corzo Tequila Silver

Corzo Tequila Silver - An exceptionally elegant and flavorful Tequila with notes of citrus and vanilla, Corzo Silver is best enjoyed as a sipping tequila or when prepared with the highest quality of mixers.

Corzo combines art and science to create the purest, most refined spirit possible - a tequila of extraordinary character with the full aroma and flavor of blue Agave.

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Overall rating 
 
91
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91  (13)
Initial Taste 
 
91  (13)
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91  (13)
Finish 
 
91  (13)
Enjoyability 
 
92  (13)
Price 
 
87  (13)
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93  (13)
Tasted 06/19/15 from a Riedel Tequila Glass.
Aroma: Nice clean crisp aroma of agave, citrus and and a trace of alcohol.
Initial Taste: Creamy smooth flavors of sweet agave with citrus, white pepper, and fruit notes.
Body: Creamy and full bodied with slow tears on glass. The flavors are complex, yet nicely balanced with slight alcohol burn.
Finish: Smooth medium-length finish of sweet agave, with white pepper and herbaceous flavors. It finishes with a lingering minty aftertaste and a slight alcohol burn. 
Price: RRP of $50
Presentation: The design of the bottle is unique, functional, and rather ultra-modern. It is rectangular shaped with a pour spout on the side and made from heavy duty crystal-clear glass.

Corzo Silver is an excellent blanco that is creamy smooth yet has a complex flavor of sweet agave with hints of citrus, fruit and pepper. It finishes a little harsher than I expected since it is triple distilled. It is not cheap with a RRP of $50, which is more than I want to pay for a blanco. However, I will buy another bottle if I see it on sale as I would like to keep it in my collection. For someone new to tequila who wanted to try a premium blanco, I would probably recommend Herencia Mexicana Blanco or Avion Silver instead.
Overall rating 
 
91
Aroma-Nose 
 
91
Initial Taste 
 
92
Body 
 
91
Finish 
 
90
Enjoyability 
 
91
Price 
 
85
Presentation 
 
98
Reviewed by SD Sipper July 03, 2015
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Tasted 06/19/15 from a Riedel Tequila Glass.
Aroma: Nice clean crisp aroma of agave, citrus and and a trace of alcohol.
Initial Taste: Creamy smooth flavors of sweet agave with citrus, white pepper, and fruit notes.
Body: Creamy and full bodied with slow tears on glass. The flavors are complex, yet nicely balanced with slight alcohol burn.
Finish: Smooth medium-length finish of sweet agave, with white pepper and herbaceous flavors. It finishes with a lingering minty aftertaste and a slight alcohol burn. 
Price: RRP of $50
Presentation: The design of the bottle is unique, functional, and rather ultra-modern. It is rectangular shaped with a pour spout on the side and made from heavy duty crystal-clear glass.

Corzo Silver is an excellent blanco that is creamy smooth yet has a complex flavor of sweet agave with hints of citrus, fruit and pepper. It finishes a little harsher than I expected since it is triple distilled. It is not cheap with a RRP of $50, which is more than I want to pay for a blanco. However, I will buy another bottle if I see it on sale as I would like to keep it in my collection. For someone new to tequila who wanted to try a premium blanco, I would probably recommend Herencia Mexicana Blanco or Avion Silver instead.

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Corzo's special process really shines through as the smoothness is unparalleled, with aromas of citrus,spice, light pepper and a floral, sweet nose. The initial taste is delicious medium oil with a clean, silky-smooth feel. The body shows a slight burn with nut, vanilla and cream flavors. The finish is pleasurable with a nice smooth, creamy after taste. The bottle is also beautiful. This is a fantastic sipper- Long Island Lou
Overall rating 
 
91
Aroma-Nose 
 
90
Initial Taste 
 
93
Body 
 
90
Finish 
 
89
Enjoyability 
 
92
Price 
 
79
Presentation 
 
96
Reviewed by loucaruso April 15, 2014
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AMAZINGLY SMOOTH AND PLEASANT

Corzo's special process really shines through as the smoothness is unparalleled, with aromas of citrus,spice, light pepper and a floral, sweet nose. The initial taste is delicious medium oil with a clean, silky-smooth feel. The body shows a slight burn with nut, vanilla and cream flavors. The finish is pleasurable with a nice smooth, creamy after taste. The bottle is also beautiful. This is a fantastic sipper- Long Island Lou

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I purchased a 750 mL bottle of Corzo blanco for $42.99 in December 2012. I bought it to enjoyy based on reviews here as well as the cool looking bottle.

The bottle has a spout that is representative of a famous fountain in Los Cabos.

I enjoyed this tequila neat and in margaritas. The rich flavor never got old.

You can really detect the fruits in the aroma and the finish was quite impressive.

I would definitely purchase this tequila again and also try their aged tequilas.
Overall rating 
 
92
Aroma-Nose 
 
93
Initial Taste 
 
90
Body 
 
94
Finish 
 
91
Enjoyability 
 
94
Price 
 
92
Presentation 
 
90
Reviewed by NathanDetroit February 05, 2014
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It's got character

I purchased a 750 mL bottle of Corzo blanco for $42.99 in December 2012. I bought it to enjoyy based on reviews here as well as the cool looking bottle.

The bottle has a spout that is representative of a famous fountain in Los Cabos.

I enjoyed this tequila neat and in margaritas. The rich flavor never got old.

You can really detect the fruits in the aroma and the finish was quite impressive.

I would definitely purchase this tequila again and also try their aged tequilas.

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Color - Clear
Aroma - Slight agave, pepper, citrus, wet stone, tin.
Initial Taste - Very mute agave, watery and thin.
Body - Slight agave, citrus, low to medium bodied, agave nectar.
Finish - Very mute and short.
Enjoyability - Very smooth and mute.

If you are looking for a smooth tequila with no complexity, this is your tequila.

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80
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80
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Price 
 
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Reviewed by Tequila Drinker in Calgary January 03, 2014
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Corzo Silver

Color - Clear
Aroma - Slight agave, pepper, citrus, wet stone, tin.
Initial Taste - Very mute agave, watery and thin.
Body - Slight agave, citrus, low to medium bodied, agave nectar.
Finish - Very mute and short.
Enjoyability - Very smooth and mute.

If you are looking for a smooth tequila with no complexity, this is your tequila.

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This has to be one of the smoothest blancos I have ever had. As far as the triple distilled tequilas go, this one by far maintains the most taste and agave flavor. While it could go in a premium margarita, this is more of something that sips great. This, along with Sol de Mexico and Don Julio are my favorite blancos. The cheapest I have seen it is just under $40.

Nose: smells slightly fruity
Initial Taste: serious agave presence and slightly peppery
Finish: Short and ends slightly minty
Presentation: Points for the metal and rubbery stopper, as well as a thick, elegant looking bottle
Overall rating 
 
94
Aroma-Nose 
 
93
Initial Taste 
 
94
Body 
 
91
Finish 
 
99
Enjoyability 
 
95
Price 
 
83
Presentation 
 
97
Reviewed by Ssimon December 12, 2013
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This has to be one of the smoothest blancos I have ever had. As far as the triple distilled tequilas go, this one by far maintains the most taste and agave flavor. While it could go in a premium margarita, this is more of something that sips great. This, along with Sol de Mexico and Don Julio are my favorite blancos. The cheapest I have seen it is just under $40.

Nose: smells slightly fruity
Initial Taste: serious agave presence and slightly peppery
Finish: Short and ends slightly minty
Presentation: Points for the metal and rubbery stopper, as well as a thick, elegant looking bottle

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