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Tequila Reserva de los Gonzalez Blanco

Reserva de los Gonazalez Tequila is produced in Los Altos, Jalisco, in the land in which we were born, and where the soil enriches the Tequilana Weber Blue Agave plant.

More than a Tequila, Reserva de los Gonazalez represents the present, past, and future of our family, that for generations has grounded its roots and gained maximum recognition from Mexico and the world in the production of premium tequilas.

Only with time, knowledge, and recognition, we transform the nectars of the Blue Agave into the most exclusive Tequila to share with you. In this bottle is our history, Reserva de los Gonzalez Blanco 100% pure Agave.

Reserva de los González directors, Eduardo González and Francisco González, sons of Don Julio González, the family responsible for Don Julio Tequila, have more than 60 years of experience producing premium Tequila made from the Blue Agave Tequilana weber plant.

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Weighing in at 38% alcohol, it is very light in the Reidel glass. Legs hardly form at all - it just sort of slides back down into the glass. Aroma is fresh agave, a floral note and a sniff of alcohol. With a slightly sweet entry, it is decidedly thin in the mouth, with strong flavours of agave and mint. There is no noticeable flavour development in the body, and no other aromas are apparent. Finishes very quickly with a moderate alcohol burn and that persistent mintiness. Overall, it is a disappointing blanco, considering the family's long history in Los Altos and the magnificent distillery which produced it.
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Reviewed by deedub June 30, 2010
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Weighing in at 38% alcohol, it is very light in the Reidel glass. Legs hardly form at all - it just sort of slides back down into the glass. Aroma is fresh agave, a floral note and a sniff of alcohol. With a slightly sweet entry, it is decidedly thin in the mouth, with strong flavours of agave and mint. There is no noticeable flavour development in the body, and no other aromas are apparent. Finishes very quickly with a moderate alcohol burn and that persistent mintiness. Overall, it is a disappointing blanco, considering the family's long history in Los Altos and the magnificent distillery which produced it.

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Purchased a bottle in Tepatitlan for the equivalent of $28 bux. Also, the bottle I purchased looks like the repo and anejo bottle but with a blue color theme for the labels. A very good blanco, very reminiscent of Don Julio blanco (of course).

Aroma: A nose full of green olive and grass, but with an ever so slight scent of alcohol.
Initial Taste: A thin mouth feel, a sweet entry with no bitterness. I was anticipating an alcohol taste based on the aroma, but I didn't get it. Thats a good thing!
Body: A sweet agave body with compliments of clove, floral and ever so slight fruit and spice.
Finish: A semi heated finish of short duration with a grass/agave lingering.
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90
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88
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90
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91
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90
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89
Price 
 
91
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91
Reviewed by Piña August 22, 2009
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Purchased a bottle in Tepatitlan for the equivalent of $28 bux. Also, the bottle I purchased looks like the repo and anejo bottle but with a blue color theme for the labels. A very good blanco, very reminiscent of Don Julio blanco (of course).

Aroma: A nose full of green olive and grass, but with an ever so slight scent of alcohol.
Initial Taste: A thin mouth feel, a sweet entry with no bitterness. I was anticipating an alcohol taste based on the aroma, but I didn't get it. Thats a good thing!
Body: A sweet agave body with compliments of clove, floral and ever so slight fruit and spice.
Finish: A semi heated finish of short duration with a grass/agave lingering.

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