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Submitted by Piña     September 28, 2008    
 
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La Cofradia Tequila Blanco

Satisfying the most demanding palates is one of the missions at La Cofradia. In 1995, it introduced this 100% Agave Tequila which bears the company name. This triple distilled blanco comes from a special reserve. La Cofradia Tequila bottles bear the signature of the distillery owner, Carlos Hernandez Hernandez, which are to be given on special occasions.

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Overall rating 
 
80
Aroma-Nose 
 
79  (1)
Initial Taste 
 
78  (1)
Body 
 
77  (1)
Finish 
 
78  (1)
Enjoyability 
 
85  (1)
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84  (1)
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85  (1)
Tasted out of snifter glass at home. Let's see here. A bit to share. Overall, a very watered down tasting tequila without much character at all. Yet for $20 bucks a good value (i.e. i got what I paid for?). I guess this one could be used as a mixer, but even at that, I would assume that the taste of this particular tequila would be lost since I could barely taste it as a sipper.

Aroma: A faint agave aroma.
Initial Taste: A light sweetness, a thin mouth feel, no bitterness.
Body: Again, very faint agave.
Finish: A quick light finish with no burn.

Just not much character for me. But like I said, at $20 dollars, did I get what I paid for? It certainly wouldn't scare off people who are afraid of tequila, thats for sure!
Overall rating 
 
80
Aroma-Nose 
 
79
Initial Taste 
 
78
Body 
 
77
Finish 
 
78
Enjoyability 
 
85
Price 
 
84
Presentation 
 
85
Reviewed by Piña September 29, 2008
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Tasted out of snifter glass at home. Let's see here. A bit to share. Overall, a very watered down tasting tequila without much character at all. Yet for $20 bucks a good value (i.e. i got what I paid for?). I guess this one could be used as a mixer, but even at that, I would assume that the taste of this particular tequila would be lost since I could barely taste it as a sipper.

Aroma: A faint agave aroma.
Initial Taste: A light sweetness, a thin mouth feel, no bitterness.
Body: Again, very faint agave.
Finish: A quick light finish with no burn.

Just not much character for me. But like I said, at $20 dollars, did I get what I paid for? It certainly wouldn't scare off people who are afraid of tequila, thats for sure!

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