Blancos Ley .925 Tequila Silver Dragon Bottle

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Ley .925 Silver Tequila - Dragon Bottle

Ley .925 Silver Tequila - Dragon Bottle, 100% Blue Agave, pure and un-aged. This version of Ley .925 Reposado is bottled in tall, clear glass, with a label containing the artwork of Mexican artist Alejandro Gomez Oropeza.

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Overall rating 
 
87
Aroma-Nose 
 
86  (1)
Initial Taste 
 
87  (1)
Body 
 
86  (1)
Finish 
 
87  (1)
Enjoyability 
 
86  (1)
Price 
 
91  (1)
Presentation 
 
87  (1)
While Ley .925 is probably most known for producing expensive bottles, I found that I very much enjoyed the first one from their line that I tried (the anejo). So, I decided it would be best to see what they start with. NOM 1479 has some very nice tequilas, so I hope this lives up to my hopes.

Aroma: A big nose of earthy agave. Very simple...wet cement, agave and pepper.
Initial Taste: A fairly muted initial taste with some green notes to go long with the earthy notes. Not very sweet on the entry at all.
Body: The earthiness comes forward a bit along with a bit fruit (raspberries). An interesting combination that still only has a muted sweetness. The body itself is fairly average. Not too oily, not too thin.
Finish: A medium length finish with a decent agave kick. The spice on the finish is not too strong or light. Nice balance, but nothing too noteworthy either.

This is a good tequila. The flavors are fairly muted, but it has a nice earthy balance. It's got a nice agave flavor, but nothing that makes it stand out. The good thing about this tequila is that it can be purchased in the $25 range. It's certainly worth buying at that price.

Overall rating 
 
87
Aroma-Nose 
 
86
Initial Taste 
 
87
Body 
 
86
Finish 
 
87
Enjoyability 
 
86
Price 
 
91
Presentation 
 
87
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist December 16, 2012
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While Ley .925 is probably most known for producing expensive bottles, I found that I very much enjoyed the first one from their line that I tried (the anejo). So, I decided it would be best to see what they start with. NOM 1479 has some very nice tequilas, so I hope this lives up to my hopes.

Aroma: A big nose of earthy agave. Very simple...wet cement, agave and pepper.
Initial Taste: A fairly muted initial taste with some green notes to go long with the earthy notes. Not very sweet on the entry at all.
Body: The earthiness comes forward a bit along with a bit fruit (raspberries). An interesting combination that still only has a muted sweetness. The body itself is fairly average. Not too oily, not too thin.
Finish: A medium length finish with a decent agave kick. The spice on the finish is not too strong or light. Nice balance, but nothing too noteworthy either.

This is a good tequila. The flavors are fairly muted, but it has a nice earthy balance. It's got a nice agave flavor, but nothing that makes it stand out. The good thing about this tequila is that it can be purchased in the $25 range. It's certainly worth buying at that price.

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