Blancos Nobleza Azul Tequila Blanco

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Nobleza Tequila Blanco

Clear, transparent and fresh from the still, Nobleza Azul Blanco Tequila is bottled immediately after the double distillation process without resting or aging in oak barrels. Although many people only mix Blanco tequilas, the estate grown premium Blue Weber Agave used in all Nobleza Azul Tequilas gives our Blanco the true clean, sweet flavors of the Blue Weber Agave plant from which it is made.

Although Blanco is usually stronger tasting and traditionally the tequila of choice for the Frozen Margarita, Nobleza Azul Blanco is equally enjoyable while sipping it straight.

Nobleza Tequila, Inc. was founded by Paula Torres in 2006 with the goal of using her family's estate grown Premium Blue Weber Agave and experience to provide ultra premium Nobleza Azul Tequila in three varieties (Blanco, Reposado and Anejo). The Torres family has been producing award winning Premium Blue Weber Agave for the tequila industry for over five generations and is proud to be the first female founded tequila company in history.

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Tasted 10/07/14 from a Riedel Tequila Glass.
Price: $35-55/bottle

Appearance: Crystal clear color.
Aroma: Very clean agave and green grassy notes.
Initial Taste: Agave and light grassy notes upfront and then spicy pepper with a hint of citrus. Smooth with no alcohol burn.
Body: Medium-light body and light tears on glass. It is silky smooth on tongue with a buttery mouth feel.
Finish: Nice medium-long smooth finish with peppery spice of agave.
Presentation: A unique and nicely designed bottle with an effective plastic stopper.

This is a nice smooth Blanco with a clean agaves taste accompanied by pepper, grassy notes, and a hint of citrus characteristic of Highland tequila. It is a nice sipper however; it would be more to my taste if the agaves flavor were bolder. As a side note, Costco stores in Southern California are carrying this for less than the retail price range indicated above.

Overall rating 
 
90
Aroma-Nose 
 
90
Initial Taste 
 
90
Body 
 
90
Finish 
 
91
Enjoyability 
 
90
Price 
 
89
Presentation 
 
92
Reviewed by SD Sipper October 08, 2014
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Tasted 10/07/14 from a Riedel Tequila Glass.
Price: $35-55/bottle

Appearance: Crystal clear color.
Aroma: Very clean agave and green grassy notes.
Initial Taste: Agave and light grassy notes upfront and then spicy pepper with a hint of citrus. Smooth with no alcohol burn.
Body: Medium-light body and light tears on glass. It is silky smooth on tongue with a buttery mouth feel.
Finish: Nice medium-long smooth finish with peppery spice of agave.
Presentation: A unique and nicely designed bottle with an effective plastic stopper.

This is a nice smooth Blanco with a clean agaves taste accompanied by pepper, grassy notes, and a hint of citrus characteristic of Highland tequila. It is a nice sipper however; it would be more to my taste if the agaves flavor were bolder. As a side note, Costco stores in Southern California are carrying this for less than the retail price range indicated above.

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