Blancos Puro Verde Tequila Silver

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Puro Verde Tequila Silver

Puro Verde Tequila Silver is the purest expression of Organic 100% Blue Agave
Tequila: fresh, clean and crisp, the way tequila really tastes.
Traditionally crafted and double distilled, it's the premium ingredient for a margarita or favorite mixer and equally delicious neat, in its purest state. Lightly rested for 4 months and triple filtered, the smooth, pure taste of Puro Verde Silver fits every occasion. Grown organically without the use of pesticides, distilled sustainably and additive free, Puro Verde is naturally, the best Tequila.

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Editor review

Puro Verde Tequila Silver * Tasted March 2011 * Riedel Tequila Glass

Appearance: clear - medium tears
Aroma: black pepper, spiced agave and light smoke
Initial Taste: floral agave
Spirit Body: agave, butter and black pepper
Finish / Aftertaste: sweet vegetal finish, floral mint aftertaste
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Reviewed by Tequila.net April 01, 2011
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Puro Verde Tequila Silver * Tasted March 2011 * Riedel Tequila Glass

Appearance: clear - medium tears
Aroma: black pepper, spiced agave and light smoke
Initial Taste: floral agave
Spirit Body: agave, butter and black pepper
Finish / Aftertaste: sweet vegetal finish, floral mint aftertaste

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This has a rich full nose of sweet cooked agave, with a hint of floral. I also get caramel tones even without a barrel influence in this blanco. Floral tones can be almost medicinal to me sometimes, and this one is borderline, although still very pleasant - more like a fermentation aroma than medicinal in this case. After all this, can you tell it is nicely complex?

The taste is sweet and tart initially. The floral aspect is still there in the forefront, with a little citrus rind bitterness present as well. A solid medium weight body on this - not thin at all.

It has a nice long finish, but you have to embrace the floral and somewhat bitter aspects in order to really enjoy it. What started out as sweet, finished as floral and slightly bitter. There is complexity from start to finish with this tequila, so you kind of have to roll with it. I think it's just a matter of personal preference as to how much you like floral aspects.

This is a super mixer for adding some depth to a cocktail. It is priced at around $30 in my market, which strikes a nice balance between great mixer and decent sipper. I think it's more of a premium mixer for me, although it is 'interesting' as a sipper, and suitable for newbies. An attractive bottle with nice artwork.
Overall rating 
 
92
Aroma-Nose 
 
94
Initial Taste 
 
92
Body 
 
94
Finish 
 
91
Enjoyability 
 
91
Price 
 
89
Presentation 
 
90
Reviewed by jdjohn84 June 25, 2015
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This has a rich full nose of sweet cooked agave, with a hint of floral. I also get caramel tones even without a barrel influence in this blanco. Floral tones can be almost medicinal to me sometimes, and this one is borderline, although still very pleasant - more like a fermentation aroma than medicinal in this case. After all this, can you tell it is nicely complex?

The taste is sweet and tart initially. The floral aspect is still there in the forefront, with a little citrus rind bitterness present as well. A solid medium weight body on this - not thin at all.

It has a nice long finish, but you have to embrace the floral and somewhat bitter aspects in order to really enjoy it. What started out as sweet, finished as floral and slightly bitter. There is complexity from start to finish with this tequila, so you kind of have to roll with it. I think it's just a matter of personal preference as to how much you like floral aspects.

This is a super mixer for adding some depth to a cocktail. It is priced at around $30 in my market, which strikes a nice balance between great mixer and decent sipper. I think it's more of a premium mixer for me, although it is 'interesting' as a sipper, and suitable for newbies. An attractive bottle with nice artwork.

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