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Donkey Piss Tequila Reposado

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Donkey Piss Tequila Reposado

Donkey Piss Tequila Reposado is 100% Agave produced at Compañia Destiladora De Xamay in the Highlands of Jalisco, Mexico. Despite the outlandish name, Donkey Piss Tequila is an exclusive blend produced by an award winning distillery. Blended from triple distilled 3 month and 7 month rested Reposados, Donkey Piss is also triple filtered.

Donkey Piss is the brainchild of famous inventor Jeff D. Myers.

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A Donkey's Tale

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79
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82  (2)
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80  (2)
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79  (2)
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79  (2)
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79  (2)
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80  (2)
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Donkey Piss Reposado has a sweet, vanilla nose, and not much agave smell. It's taste is light and sweet, with hints of vanilla, spice and fruit. It is filtered to the point where that's about all you taste. Not a strong Agave taste, like you may expect, which is fine I suppose, although I would have liked a bit of pepper or some bite. For people who like a sweet taste, and don't care for a strong Agave blast.... this is it. Long Island Lou
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77
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80
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76
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75
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79
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Reviewed by loucaruso April 23, 2014
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Sweet, Smooth and Bland

Donkey Piss Reposado has a sweet, vanilla nose, and not much agave smell. It's taste is light and sweet, with hints of vanilla, spice and fruit. It is filtered to the point where that's about all you taste. Not a strong Agave taste, like you may expect, which is fine I suppose, although I would have liked a bit of pepper or some bite. For people who like a sweet taste, and don't care for a strong Agave blast.... this is it. Long Island Lou

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The controversial agave child of the fall of 2013. Donkey Piss tequila has garnered a lot of attention because of its name. While they assure that although the name is silly, they are very serious about the tequila. They'd better be because the $50 price tag is playing in a range of some really stellar brands. It comes out of NOM 1534 (Compañia Destiladora de Xamay, S.A. de C.V.) which makes Capaz and Diosa amongst others. Ultimately the name has been great for the marketing and PR... let's find out what the contents of the bottle taste like.


Price: $50/bottle

Aroma: Light agave, strong vanilla and light apple scent.

Initial Taste: Vanilla, yellow cake batter and some baking spice. On the sweeter side.

Body: Medium oils and color on the body of this juice. The taste is similar to the aforementioned flavors. Sweetness is prominent and there's not a lot of plant essence or peppery spice.

Finish: The finish fades away quicky. The light sweetness lingers a bit, but disappears in fairly short order. Very easy to drink, but not a big linger on the finish.


Donkey Piss is a classic American palate flavoring tequila. It's on the sweeter side and triple filtered so that only the sweetness is left and the spicy kick and agave edge are muted. The branding is confusing with the phrases of "get pissed," at a price caters to a sipping crowd. The brand name has been offensive to some, but I think that they're marketing to a crowd that isn't full of traditionalists. The flavor profile isn't one that is going to appeal to those want a natural vegetal or earth profile either. This tequila is made for those who want the sweet & smooth juice. All in all, it's very easy to drink, but at the $50 price tag makes it tough to recommend considering the competition in that price range.
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83
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84
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83
Price 
 
80
Presentation 
 
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Reviewed by Tequila Tourist December 11, 2013
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Full of sweetness...too much so

The controversial agave child of the fall of 2013. Donkey Piss tequila has garnered a lot of attention because of its name. While they assure that although the name is silly, they are very serious about the tequila. They'd better be because the $50 price tag is playing in a range of some really stellar brands. It comes out of NOM 1534 (Compañia Destiladora de Xamay, S.A. de C.V.) which makes Capaz and Diosa amongst others. Ultimately the name has been great for the marketing and PR... let's find out what the contents of the bottle taste like.


Price: $50/bottle

Aroma: Light agave, strong vanilla and light apple scent.

Initial Taste: Vanilla, yellow cake batter and some baking spice. On the sweeter side.

Body: Medium oils and color on the body of this juice. The taste is similar to the aforementioned flavors. Sweetness is prominent and there's not a lot of plant essence or peppery spice.

Finish: The finish fades away quicky. The light sweetness lingers a bit, but disappears in fairly short order. Very easy to drink, but not a big linger on the finish.


Donkey Piss is a classic American palate flavoring tequila. It's on the sweeter side and triple filtered so that only the sweetness is left and the spicy kick and agave edge are muted. The branding is confusing with the phrases of "get pissed," at a price caters to a sipping crowd. The brand name has been offensive to some, but I think that they're marketing to a crowd that isn't full of traditionalists. The flavor profile isn't one that is going to appeal to those want a natural vegetal or earth profile either. This tequila is made for those who want the sweet & smooth juice. All in all, it's very easy to drink, but at the $50 price tag makes it tough to recommend considering the competition in that price range.

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