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Rancho Alegre Tequila Blanco

Rancho Alegre Tequila Blanco is 100% Agave and bottled directly after distillation.

Located in Jesus Maria, in the heart of "Los Altos de Jalisco", Productos Finos de Agave has been producing premium Tequilas since 1996. Combining traditional processes with cutting edge technology, Productos Finos de Agave is a 100% Mexican company and proudly distributes consistent, high quality Tequilas and Agave products.

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82
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84  (1)
Initial Taste 
 
82  (1)
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81  (1)
Finish 
 
80  (1)
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Some reviews excite me, some make me curious and there's very few that I come into with some trepidation. While I've liked some of the options from NOM 1416, the reposado from this line did not hit my palate the right way. I'm pretty sure that it's the only one I've associated with salty meat. But, I've had expressions from some lines that were very nice at a different age. So let's just dive in.

Price: $15/bottle

Aroma: A pleasant light agave nose with a hint of pepper.

Initial Taste: Light agave flavor. A bit watery, but overall pleasant.

Body: Thin bodied. A tiny bit harsh with light earth and rubber.

Finish: Again a touch medicinal, but there's a nice spicy linger that makes it work.

I guess you can't expect the world for $15 a bottle, but while this isn't a great tequila by any means, it's OK for the price and miles ahead of the reposado. There's a lot of good options out there at $20 or under so I'd probably pass on this one...even at the budget price.
Overall rating 
 
82
Aroma-Nose 
 
84
Initial Taste 
 
82
Body 
 
81
Finish 
 
80
Enjoyability 
 
81
Price 
 
88
Presentation 
 
83
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist April 09, 2014
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Some reviews excite me, some make me curious and there's very few that I come into with some trepidation. While I've liked some of the options from NOM 1416, the reposado from this line did not hit my palate the right way. I'm pretty sure that it's the only one I've associated with salty meat. But, I've had expressions from some lines that were very nice at a different age. So let's just dive in.

Price: $15/bottle

Aroma: A pleasant light agave nose with a hint of pepper.

Initial Taste: Light agave flavor. A bit watery, but overall pleasant.

Body: Thin bodied. A tiny bit harsh with light earth and rubber.

Finish: Again a touch medicinal, but there's a nice spicy linger that makes it work.

I guess you can't expect the world for $15 a bottle, but while this isn't a great tequila by any means, it's OK for the price and miles ahead of the reposado. There's a lot of good options out there at $20 or under so I'd probably pass on this one...even at the budget price.

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