Blancos El Ultimo Agave Tequila Blanco

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Tequila El Ultimo Agave Blanco

Tequila El Ultimo Agave Blanco, 100% Blue Agave from the Hacienda de Oro distillery.

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87
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87  (4)
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88  (4)
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86  (4)
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86  (4)
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88  (4)
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96  (4)
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84  (4)
this being my first experience with 100% agave tequila, I have to say that I was really surprised by it. It was very smooth with very little to no burn at all. Not being used to the flavor of agave I have to admit I was taken aback by the initial smell, but from the first sip I have enjoyed it. I don't think I could have chosen better for the price point, only paying $16. I have to say that I agree with a previous review that stated they don't understand how they can sell a mixto for the same price or the re was some even more expensive. I'll never buy anything less than this as long as its available in this area. I admit I'm no expert, but I would recommend anyone to try this that wants to try tequila.
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Reviewed by AlfredReece1992 July 09, 2014
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Pleasantly Surprised

this being my first experience with 100% agave tequila, I have to say that I was really surprised by it. It was very smooth with very little to no burn at all. Not being used to the flavor of agave I have to admit I was taken aback by the initial smell, but from the first sip I have enjoyed it. I don't think I could have chosen better for the price point, only paying $16. I have to say that I agree with a previous review that stated they don't understand how they can sell a mixto for the same price or the re was some even more expensive. I'll never buy anything less than this as long as its available in this area. I admit I'm no expert, but I would recommend anyone to try this that wants to try tequila.

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For the price, this is a must try for veteran tequila drinkers or those just getting into the game. It is the most commonly lauded value brand of 100% agave tequila by tequila drinkers that I talk to. At under $15 a bottle, it's amazing that mixto silvers can sell with this on the same shelf.

Aroma: Fruit agave with nice pepper on the nose as well and a hint of alcohol.
Initial Taste: A nice sweet agave entry. Hints of citrus and earth cause a light bitterness.
Body: Fairly thin. Body has a lot of agave and pepper. It also has a bit of a bitterness to it.
Finish: The finish short with only light pepper and fruit. It has a slight medicinal quality to it as well. A decent finish, but nothing special.

The reviews are normally tasting notes for drinking it straight. I can add that this is a phenomenal mixer for cocktails so that will factor into my score. It's a good value sipper, but it's not something that I would bring to share with close friends. A good value buy to have around to mix, but that's about where it ends.
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85
Aroma-Nose 
 
85
Initial Taste 
 
85
Body 
 
84
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84
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84
Price 
 
95
Presentation 
 
88
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist May 26, 2012
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For the price, this is a must try for veteran tequila drinkers or those just getting into the game. It is the most commonly lauded value brand of 100% agave tequila by tequila drinkers that I talk to. At under $15 a bottle, it's amazing that mixto silvers can sell with this on the same shelf.

Aroma: Fruit agave with nice pepper on the nose as well and a hint of alcohol.
Initial Taste: A nice sweet agave entry. Hints of citrus and earth cause a light bitterness.
Body: Fairly thin. Body has a lot of agave and pepper. It also has a bit of a bitterness to it.
Finish: The finish short with only light pepper and fruit. It has a slight medicinal quality to it as well. A decent finish, but nothing special.

The reviews are normally tasting notes for drinking it straight. I can add that this is a phenomenal mixer for cocktails so that will factor into my score. It's a good value sipper, but it's not something that I would bring to share with close friends. A good value buy to have around to mix, but that's about where it ends.

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I was impressed with this one. Local store owner suggested this one, and i dont feel I was told wronge
Overall rating 
 
87
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88
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88
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88
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84
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88
Price 
 
95
Presentation 
 
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Reviewed by remmit May 28, 2011
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I was impressed with this one. Local store owner suggested this one, and i dont feel I was told wronge

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Tasted out of a snifter at home. Bought a bottle for $16.99 at Topline Liquor in Glendale. Clear in color, for $16.99, you simply can't go wrong with this one, especially now in these hard times. It has a sweet entry and I'd go so far as to say it's very worth the money, definitely a great value. A very good sipper, even for new tequila drinkers. I'd say the presentation isn't so great. Not a turn on, especially since they are from different NOMS. But, if that keeps the price down, I'm game! Aroma: A buttery, fruity nose of grapefruit, and raspberry. Initial Taste: A thin mouth feel. It's sweet with a very slight bitterness. Initial taste was grapefruit. Body: A nice warm agave body, followed by grapefruit, earth, and clove. Finish: A semi heated finish of medium duration with a fruity lingering.
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87
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88
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87
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88
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87
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88
Price 
 
92
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Reviewed by Piña February 05, 2009
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Tasted out of a snifter at home. Bought a bottle for $16.99 at Topline Liquor in Glendale. Clear in color, for $16.99, you simply can't go wrong with this one, especially now in these hard times. It has a sweet entry and I'd go so far as to say it's very worth the money, definitely a great value. A very good sipper, even for new tequila drinkers. I'd say the presentation isn't so great. Not a turn on, especially since they are from different NOMS. But, if that keeps the price down, I'm game! Aroma: A buttery, fruity nose of grapefruit, and raspberry. Initial Taste: A thin mouth feel. It's sweet with a very slight bitterness. Initial taste was grapefruit. Body: A nice warm agave body, followed by grapefruit, earth, and clove. Finish: A semi heated finish of medium duration with a fruity lingering.

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