Blancos Pura Casta Tequila Blanco

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Submitted by Piña     January 06, 2009    
 
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Tequila Pura Casta Blanco

Pura Casta Tequila is a superior tasting Tequila because of its strictly supervised production process. The Agave has been harvested from Pura Casta's personal plantations in Arenal, Jalisco. This Tequila is produced with your satisfaction as our foremost consideration. It can be enjoyed in your favorite cocktail or straight up.

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Tasted on 01/13/09 out of a snifter at home. An excellent blanco that doesn't overdo it, or fall short. Highly recommended for new tequila drinkers who still need a little convincing. Very reminiscent of 4 Copas blanco for $20 dollars less.

Aroma: Lightly floral (rose), smoky, and citrus.
Initial Taste: A thin mouth feel, upon entry its sweet with no bitterness. First taste is citrus(slightly grapefruit).
Body: A very nice body consisting of earth, agave, citrus. I tasted all of these and they seem really well balanced.
Finish: A nice semi heated finish of short to medium duration, with a lingering taste of floral.
Overall rating 
 
93
Aroma-Nose 
 
93
Initial Taste 
 
93
Body 
 
93
Finish 
 
92
Enjoyability 
 
94
Price 
 
93
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94
Reviewed by Piña January 13, 2009
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Tasted on 01/13/09 out of a snifter at home. An excellent blanco that doesn't overdo it, or fall short. Highly recommended for new tequila drinkers who still need a little convincing. Very reminiscent of 4 Copas blanco for $20 dollars less.

Aroma: Lightly floral (rose), smoky, and citrus.
Initial Taste: A thin mouth feel, upon entry its sweet with no bitterness. First taste is citrus(slightly grapefruit).
Body: A very nice body consisting of earth, agave, citrus. I tasted all of these and they seem really well balanced.
Finish: A nice semi heated finish of short to medium duration, with a lingering taste of floral.

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