Blancos Don Fernando Tequila Blanco

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Don Fernando Tequila Blanco

As in the tradition, Don Fernando Silver is double, not triple distilled, since it is with the double distillation process that you are able to maintain the unique flavors the Tequila truly possesses. In this case, the process ensures the delivery of a superb 100% Silver Tequila.

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Don Fernando Blanco. NOM 1473. For those out there that think that tequilas from the same distillery are the same (or even similar) need look no farther than NOM 1473 for evidence to prove the opposite. It houses Don Fernando and Mi Tierra. VERY different tequilas.

Aroma: Lots of agave and a hint of earth.
Initial Taste: Earthy agave and berries. An interesting initial flavor.
Body: Medium-light body...perhaps a bit watery. Nice mix of agave and pepper. Very basic and flavorful.
Finish: A nice, long finish that includes - earthy agave, pepper and the berries linger around for a fruity/spicy finish.

This is my last review of the Don Fernando line. After loving the aged expressions, I find the blanco to be good, but not quite great. The price is all over the map. For $40, it's an OK buy, but nothing to rush out for. For $25-30, it's a very good value.
Overall rating 
 
89
Aroma-Nose 
 
89
Initial Taste 
 
89
Body 
 
88
Finish 
 
90
Enjoyability 
 
89
Price 
 
90
Presentation 
 
92
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist October 15, 2012
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Don Fernando Blanco. NOM 1473. For those out there that think that tequilas from the same distillery are the same (or even similar) need look no farther than NOM 1473 for evidence to prove the opposite. It houses Don Fernando and Mi Tierra. VERY different tequilas.

Aroma: Lots of agave and a hint of earth.
Initial Taste: Earthy agave and berries. An interesting initial flavor.
Body: Medium-light body...perhaps a bit watery. Nice mix of agave and pepper. Very basic and flavorful.
Finish: A nice, long finish that includes - earthy agave, pepper and the berries linger around for a fruity/spicy finish.

This is my last review of the Don Fernando line. After loving the aged expressions, I find the blanco to be good, but not quite great. The price is all over the map. For $40, it's an OK buy, but nothing to rush out for. For $25-30, it's a very good value.

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