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Tequila Querido Viejo Blanco

Tequila Querido Viejo Blanco - Un-aged, smooth, and succulent. Patiently crafted QV Silver boasts a pleasant aroma and is ideal for sipping.

Tequila Querido Viejo was first produced back in 1995 by Xochitl Livier Reynoso Zamora under the name "Mi Viejo", and was changed to "Querido Viejo" due to legal issues. The recipe however remains the same.

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Overall rating 
 
91
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91  (3)
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90  (3)
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91  (3)
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91  (3)
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91  (3)
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90  (3)
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Tasted on Sept 20, 2008 in both a riedel and a med snifter. Nose on the snifter was very light and sweet. Nose on the riedel was more mineral and floral.
Taste: very light, hint of agave and a mineral presence. Mild Pleasant heat on the tip of the tounge.

Finish: Medium only the heat on the tounge lingers

This bottle was given to us for the puprpose of review, I am unsure on the price point.

Prsentation: Nice blue glass bottle, with etched stopper, distributed in a wooden crate. I really like the bottle and will definately hold on to the empty.

Overall a decent sipper, that would also work well in mixed drinks.
Overall rating 
 
90
Aroma-Nose 
 
90
Initial Taste 
 
89
Body 
 
90
Finish 
 
91
Enjoyability 
 
90
Price 
 
89
Presentation 
 
95
Reviewed by wichie13 September 20, 2008
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Tasted on Sept 20, 2008 in both a riedel and a med snifter. Nose on the snifter was very light and sweet. Nose on the riedel was more mineral and floral.
Taste: very light, hint of agave and a mineral presence. Mild Pleasant heat on the tip of the tounge.

Finish: Medium only the heat on the tounge lingers

This bottle was given to us for the puprpose of review, I am unsure on the price point.

Prsentation: Nice blue glass bottle, with etched stopper, distributed in a wooden crate. I really like the bottle and will definately hold on to the empty.

Overall a decent sipper, that would also work well in mixed drinks.

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Tasted out of high ball glass. Certain blancos remind me of certain themes. This blancos them (to me) is floral. A very floral blanco that is a very good sipper. A bit overpriced, in my humble opinion. But yes, a very good sipper.

Aroma: Floral and earth
Initial Taste: A thin mouth feel. On tip of tongue its sweet with a little bitterness.
Body: Intense agave and intense floral.
Finish: A semi heated finish of medium duration.
Overall rating 
 
91
Aroma-Nose 
 
91
Initial Taste 
 
90
Body 
 
91
Finish 
 
90
Enjoyability 
 
90
Price 
 
89
Presentation 
 
95
Reviewed by Piña September 11, 2008
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Tasted out of high ball glass. Certain blancos remind me of certain themes. This blancos them (to me) is floral. A very floral blanco that is a very good sipper. A bit overpriced, in my humble opinion. But yes, a very good sipper.

Aroma: Floral and earth
Initial Taste: A thin mouth feel. On tip of tongue its sweet with a little bitterness.
Body: Intense agave and intense floral.
Finish: A semi heated finish of medium duration.

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Querido Viejo Blanco NOM 1431 Tasted on 10/5/07 at 4pm. I tasted this unaged tequila at my house in a Riedel glass from a bottle I was given. The estimated cost when available is $48 to $55 a bottle, which in my opinion makes this tequila an excellent choice when examining quality versus price. Each bottle is numbered and comes in a rustic wooden box with a custom bottle stopper. While the bottle comes with the custom bottle stopper, I would not recommend using it. The stopper does not properly seal the bottle and, thus, I would not recommend using it for anything other than short term use. The tequila is clear in color and has intense aromas of floral and fruit. Less apparent aromas include moderate spice, mild earth, and a hint of smoke. Initial aspects of the tequila are a thin-to-medium mouth feel that provides a mellow and soft sensation on the tip of the tongue. Upon first taste, the tequila has no bitterness and a low level of sweetness. Flavors of Querido Viejo Blanco include intense floral and agave followed by moderate fruit aspects. Finishing with mild earth and spice, this tequila experience comes to an end with a medium to long duration of flavor and a numbing alcohol intensity. In my opinion, this tequila is well worth trying when it becomes available and using my rating scale I have award Querido Viejo Blanco tequila with the rating of 92/93 points out of 100.
Overall rating 
 
92
Aroma-Nose 
 
93
Initial Taste 
 
92
Body 
 
93
Finish 
 
92
Enjoyability 
 
92
Price 
 
93
Presentation 
 
93
Reviewed by Tequila Joe October 20, 2007
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Querido Viejo Blanco NOM 1431 Tasted on 10/5/07 at 4pm. I tasted this unaged tequila at my house in a Riedel glass from a bottle I was given. The estimated cost when available is $48 to $55 a bottle, which in my opinion makes this tequila an excellent choice when examining quality versus price. Each bottle is numbered and comes in a rustic wooden box with a custom bottle stopper. While the bottle comes with the custom bottle stopper, I would not recommend using it. The stopper does not properly seal the bottle and, thus, I would not recommend using it for anything other than short term use. The tequila is clear in color and has intense aromas of floral and fruit. Less apparent aromas include moderate spice, mild earth, and a hint of smoke. Initial aspects of the tequila are a thin-to-medium mouth feel that provides a mellow and soft sensation on the tip of the tongue. Upon first taste, the tequila has no bitterness and a low level of sweetness. Flavors of Querido Viejo Blanco include intense floral and agave followed by moderate fruit aspects. Finishing with mild earth and spice, this tequila experience comes to an end with a medium to long duration of flavor and a numbing alcohol intensity. In my opinion, this tequila is well worth trying when it becomes available and using my rating scale I have award Querido Viejo Blanco tequila with the rating of 92/93 points out of 100.

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