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Blue Head Reposado Tequila

Blue Head Reposado is made from 100% Tequilana Weber Blue Agave, and aged in oak barrels for more than 10 months. The soft flavor of the wood is combined with the Agave to give life to the most famous rested Tequila in Mexico.

Blue Head Tequila is exceptional for many reasons, 100% Natural, 100% Blue Agave, 100% Custom Made Bottle. It began in the finest growing region in Mexico, in Guadalajara there is a region with perfect soil and climate which allows the sugar and acid balances of the "Weber Tequilana" Blue Agave to mature and produce an "agave plant" unequaled elsewhere in the world.

Honor and tradition, combined with true attention to detail and quality, have paved the way for this fine brand of Tequila. Blue Head Tequila offers the taste of authenticity, of true Tequila, and of Mexico.

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Overall rating 
 
88
Aroma-Nose 
 
89  (1)
Initial Taste 
 
87  (1)
Body 
 
86  (1)
Finish 
 
89  (1)
Enjoyability 
 
88  (1)
Price 
 
86  (1)
Presentation 
 
90  (1)
I get different aspects with every sniff, but it's a mixture of earth, grass, oak, fruit, and a tinge of tartness. No single one thing is overpowering, and every note is rather subtle. A warm oak entry that basically turns into bittersweet caramel - not overly complex. Pretty light body with a dry feel and fair amount of tingle. Smooth, quick finish, but a longer than expected lingering of raw agave and a little caramel.

I enjoyed the blanco more than the reposado in this case, but this would do as a sipper in a pinch. There's enough in there to retain my interest for some reason, but YMMV. I think price may hurt this brand in the long run. It would be a good bargain tequila, but I normally see it priced in the mid-to-upper 30's, which won't keep me coming back for more. A very functional bottle with a screw top and wooden cap. The painted native American face is interesting, but it doesn't exactly make you think of tequila.
Overall rating 
 
88
Aroma-Nose 
 
89
Initial Taste 
 
87
Body 
 
86
Finish 
 
89
Enjoyability 
 
88
Price 
 
86
Presentation 
 
90
Reviewed by jdjohn84 September 18, 2014
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I get different aspects with every sniff, but it's a mixture of earth, grass, oak, fruit, and a tinge of tartness. No single one thing is overpowering, and every note is rather subtle. A warm oak entry that basically turns into bittersweet caramel - not overly complex. Pretty light body with a dry feel and fair amount of tingle. Smooth, quick finish, but a longer than expected lingering of raw agave and a little caramel.

I enjoyed the blanco more than the reposado in this case, but this would do as a sipper in a pinch. There's enough in there to retain my interest for some reason, but YMMV. I think price may hurt this brand in the long run. It would be a good bargain tequila, but I normally see it priced in the mid-to-upper 30's, which won't keep me coming back for more. A very functional bottle with a screw top and wooden cap. The painted native American face is interesting, but it doesn't exactly make you think of tequila.

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