Reposados Gran Tulum Tequila Reposado

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Tequila Gran Tulum Reposado

Jade, the green-colored precious stone, was used in the Mayan culture to create the offerings at religious ceremonies. A precious stone in which the greater divine forces, that gave meaning to life, were concentrated, since jade was identified with water, vegetation, sun and nature itself.

"Tequila Gran Tulum Reposado" has been conceived as an offering for tequila connoisseurs and as a homage to the god Kukulkan, who was artistically represented as The Plumed Serpent.

The brilliant golden color, and limpid and clear transparency of Tequila Gran Tulum Reposado indicate its origin and quality. The fusion of its body and taste denote an excellent tequila that has been imbued with the necessary attributes from its time spent in white oak casks, where it rests for at least two months.

Tequila Gran Tulum Reposado was created for the most demanding tastes, and is an offering of quality for those who enjoy savoring a product worthy of the gods.

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Overall rating 
 
91
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90  (1)
Initial Taste 
 
91  (1)
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91  (1)
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91  (1)
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Gran Tulum is another new brand to me. Everything I've read has made it sound pretty good. I found it in a very random place for $25, so I thought I had to give it a shot. The bottle is interesting, the NOM (1459) makes some good stuff and I always like trying new brands.

Aroma: A nice light scent of vanilla/caramel, agave and citrus.
Initial Taste: Fruity agave, oak and spice with nice vanilla sweetness.
Body: Medium body, nice mouth feel. Nice caramel and oak notes to go along with the fruit flavors. A very nice balance of all flavors.
Finish: A nice finish with agave, spice notes and oak and hang around for a medium length of time. A very nice finish for a very nice tequila.

My first impression of Gran Tulum is a really nice one. The flavors are ones that you would expect from a reposado with a nice balance of agave and aging notes. They all blend really nicely and drink very smooth. Factor in the price and you have another value gem. I'll definitely be checking out the rest of this line when I get a chance. It's a steal of a tequila at the under $30 price point.
Overall rating 
 
91
Aroma-Nose 
 
90
Initial Taste 
 
91
Body 
 
91
Finish 
 
91
Enjoyability 
 
91
Price 
 
96
Presentation 
 
93
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist August 07, 2012
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Gran Tulum is another new brand to me. Everything I've read has made it sound pretty good. I found it in a very random place for $25, so I thought I had to give it a shot. The bottle is interesting, the NOM (1459) makes some good stuff and I always like trying new brands.

Aroma: A nice light scent of vanilla/caramel, agave and citrus.
Initial Taste: Fruity agave, oak and spice with nice vanilla sweetness.
Body: Medium body, nice mouth feel. Nice caramel and oak notes to go along with the fruit flavors. A very nice balance of all flavors.
Finish: A nice finish with agave, spice notes and oak and hang around for a medium length of time. A very nice finish for a very nice tequila.

My first impression of Gran Tulum is a really nice one. The flavors are ones that you would expect from a reposado with a nice balance of agave and aging notes. They all blend really nicely and drink very smooth. Factor in the price and you have another value gem. I'll definitely be checking out the rest of this line when I get a chance. It's a steal of a tequila at the under $30 price point.

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