Mixtos Sauza Tequila Blanco

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Tequila Review

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Sauza
NOM

Sauza Tequila Blanco

Sauza Blanco - Clear, unaged Tequila distilled from blue agave.

It delivers a taste which, while fiery and peppery, and a little hot, is closest to the agave itself. This Tequila is one of Mexico's most popular brands.

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Overall rating 
 
77
Aroma-Nose 
 
76  (5)
Initial Taste 
 
75  (5)
Body 
 
75  (5)
Finish 
 
78  (5)
Enjoyability 
 
77  (5)
Price 
 
89  (5)
Presentation 
 
78  (5)
The worst of the Sauza bunch. It smells like alcohol and syrup. It tastes like alcohol and sugar. The finish is burning with no real pleasant feeling on the tongue or going down. Skip this one. It's not even passable as a mixer.
Overall rating 
 
71
Aroma-Nose 
 
70
Initial Taste 
 
70
Body 
 
70
Finish 
 
70
Enjoyability 
 
70
Price 
 
80
Presentation 
 
80
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist March 29, 2012
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The worst of the Sauza bunch. It smells like alcohol and syrup. It tastes like alcohol and sugar. The finish is burning with no real pleasant feeling on the tongue or going down. Skip this one. It's not even passable as a mixer.

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This one is for mixing, is strong (as many blancos), and have the extraordinary capacity to make you get drunk. If you try it straight a little agaveflavour can be tasted but alcohol is dominant.

Is one of the strongest alcohol taste blancos i've tried (but not the strongest), Cabrito is a little bit softer but similar to me ( a little better and at same price), arette blanco is better (almost same price) and Don Julio 70 blanco (this one is expensive in Mexico to be a blanco so i think that in USA will be even more expensive) is much better so don't drink this one (sauza) if you ain't gonna mix it.

I'll try to evaluate this one objectively with criteria for beeing a blanco and with charity (i prefer añejos).



Este es para mezclarse, ni intentes tomarlo solo en un caballito.

Overall rating 
 
77
Aroma-Nose 
 
74
Initial Taste 
 
75
Body 
 
73
Finish 
 
79
Enjoyability 
 
76
Price 
 
90
Presentation 
 
80
Reviewed by Vic November 05, 2011
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This one is for mixing, is strong (as many blancos), and have the extraordinary capacity to make you get drunk. If you try it straight a little agaveflavour can be tasted but alcohol is dominant.

Is one of the strongest alcohol taste blancos i've tried (but not the strongest), Cabrito is a little bit softer but similar to me ( a little better and at same price), arette blanco is better (almost same price) and Don Julio 70 blanco (this one is expensive in Mexico to be a blanco so i think that in USA will be even more expensive) is much better so don't drink this one (sauza) if you ain't gonna mix it.

I'll try to evaluate this one objectively with criteria for beeing a blanco and with charity (i prefer añejos).



Este es para mezclarse, ni intentes tomarlo solo en un caballito.

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was given this from a friend.. NOM 1102.....
Well I can see why. Strong alcohol smell with a burn that goes
all the way down..I dont think this one is good by itself..
Ended up using for mix...
Overall rating 
 
72
Aroma-Nose 
 
74
Initial Taste 
 
72
Body 
 
70
Finish 
 
72
Enjoyability 
 
70
Price 
 
85
Presentation 
 
72
Reviewed by luckylooser November 22, 2010
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was given this from a friend.. NOM 1102.....
Well I can see why. Strong alcohol smell with a burn that goes
all the way down..I dont think this one is good by itself..
Ended up using for mix...

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This was my introduction into tequila. Sauza & Cuervo were two of the only readily available agave spirits @ that time, & it wasn't that long ago!

Strong alcohol presence with a neutral taste. Nothing complex here. The body was the best characteristic of this libation. The short finish accompanied a moderately smooth experience. I agree with the previous review, better mixer than sipper!
Overall rating 
 
77
Aroma-Nose 
 
75
Initial Taste 
 
76
Body 
 
77
Finish 
 
76
Enjoyability 
 
75
Price 
 
90
Presentation 
 
75
Reviewed by El Jefe May 08, 2009
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This was my introduction into tequila. Sauza & Cuervo were two of the only readily available agave spirits @ that time, & it wasn't that long ago!

Strong alcohol presence with a neutral taste. Nothing complex here. The body was the best characteristic of this libation. The short finish accompanied a moderately smooth experience. I agree with the previous review, better mixer than sipper!

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I gave the Sauza Blanco pretty high rating and you may think I'm crazy, but hear me out. For it's price your not going to find a better tequila. The blanco doesn't have a ton of flavor, however, it is surprisely quite smooth and finishes with minimal after taste. I'll admit it is probably not a tequila I would sip on, but for mixing up drinks or a quick shot it is perfect. This has the smoothness of a premium tequila and costs 3 times less.
Overall rating 
 
88
Aroma-Nose 
 
85
Initial Taste 
 
83
Body 
 
86
Finish 
 
92
Enjoyability 
 
92
Price 
 
100
Presentation 
 
85
Reviewed by QuesoGrande May 22, 2008
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I gave the Sauza Blanco pretty high rating and you may think I'm crazy, but hear me out. For it's price your not going to find a better tequila. The blanco doesn't have a ton of flavor, however, it is surprisely quite smooth and finishes with minimal after taste. I'll admit it is probably not a tequila I would sip on, but for mixing up drinks or a quick shot it is perfect. This has the smoothness of a premium tequila and costs 3 times less.

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