Blancos Revolucion Tequila Silver

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Tequila Revolucion Silver

Tequila Revolucion Silver is 100% Blue Agave, distilled twice, and bottled directly after distillation.

The back of the bottle showcases "Dos Pistolas" pointing up, with 1.5oz measured markings to insure the perfect pour each time.

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86  (2)
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87  (2)
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84  (2)
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Aroma: Very sweet nose. Almost a custard-like nose.
Initial Taste: Sweet, but not much to it.
Body: A really thin, almost watery tequila. Sweetness and a touch of spice are the basic taste. Not bad, just not much to it.
Finish: Short finish with a decent peppery ending. Nothing to write home about, but is pretty smooth.

This is an OK tequila. The flavors are nice, but nothing special. The body is thin, so it doesn't really coat the mouth. The finish is pleasant, but too short.

Not badly priced at $30 for the bottle at Hi Time. The bottle is kind of cool, but nothing special in the tequila world.
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87
Aroma-Nose 
 
86
Initial Taste 
 
87
Body 
 
86
Finish 
 
87
Enjoyability 
 
87
Price 
 
90
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90
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist April 12, 2012
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Aroma: Very sweet nose. Almost a custard-like nose.
Initial Taste: Sweet, but not much to it.
Body: A really thin, almost watery tequila. Sweetness and a touch of spice are the basic taste. Not bad, just not much to it.
Finish: Short finish with a decent peppery ending. Nothing to write home about, but is pretty smooth.

This is an OK tequila. The flavors are nice, but nothing special. The body is thin, so it doesn't really coat the mouth. The finish is pleasant, but too short.

Not badly priced at $30 for the bottle at Hi Time. The bottle is kind of cool, but nothing special in the tequila world.

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Crystalline, but very thin in the Riedel glass. Light nose of earthy baked agave with a faint chemical backnote and a whiff of smoke. Entry is soft and fairly round - slightly sweet. Only flavour development in the body is a subdued spice like cinnamon and a dry metallic edge. There is little to note in the finish - it just drifts off somewhere, leaving a very mild bitterness at the edges of the tongue.
In fairness, it should be noted that this is the Mexican product. It weighs in at 35% alcohol, and this clearly has much to do with its lacklustre profile. I am certain that the 40% export version is going to be more agreeable, but as for this variant, there is little here to recommend.
Overall rating 
 
83
Aroma-Nose 
 
85
Initial Taste 
 
87
Body 
 
82
Finish 
 
81
Enjoyability 
 
82
Price 
 
80
Presentation 
 
88
Reviewed by deedub April 14, 2010
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Crystalline, but very thin in the Riedel glass. Light nose of earthy baked agave with a faint chemical backnote and a whiff of smoke. Entry is soft and fairly round - slightly sweet. Only flavour development in the body is a subdued spice like cinnamon and a dry metallic edge. There is little to note in the finish - it just drifts off somewhere, leaving a very mild bitterness at the edges of the tongue.
In fairness, it should be noted that this is the Mexican product. It weighs in at 35% alcohol, and this clearly has much to do with its lacklustre profile. I am certain that the 40% export version is going to be more agreeable, but as for this variant, there is little here to recommend.

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