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2012 TEQUILA.net Awards - "Best of the Best" Best Highland Reposado Tequila
2012 TEQUILA.net Awards - Best of the Best

Julio Cesar Chavez Tequila Reposado

Julio Cesar Chavez Tequila Reposado 100% estate grown Agave and rests more than 6 months in oak barrels, longer than most Reposados. The extra aging results in a tantalizing balance of Agave and oak.

Perfected over time...

From humble beginnings, to his 6 world titles, a legend was born. J.C. Chavez will forever be known as the "Greatest Fighter" to come out of Mexico. As time crafted a legendary boxer, so has it perfected a world-class Tequila. Quality ingredients with 100% pure Agave has created a Tequila as distinguished as Mexico's boxing legend.

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Overall rating 
 
86
Aroma-Nose 
 
86  (1)
Initial Taste 
 
87  (1)
Body 
 
86  (1)
Finish 
 
87  (1)
Enjoyability 
 
86  (1)
Price 
 
90  (1)
Presentation 
 
80  (1)
Just when you think you know just about every tequila out there in the marketplace, you see something new. With shelves full of celebrity backed tequilas, it should be no shock that Julio Cesar Chavez decided to jump in.


Aroma: A rich vanilla custard nose with hints of spice.

Initial Taste: Cooked agave and vanilla. Fairly simple, but sweet and tasty.

Body: Medium-oily body. Still fairly straight-forward. The flavors and huge flavors, but it’s pleasant to sip. Light nutmeg and oak compliment, but do not overpower.

Finish: Medium-short finish with some oak coming through, but the main flavors of vanilla and custard linger nicely.


This is a pleasant dessert-type sipper that will probably please the masses. There’s nothing about it that screams unique, but it is tasty at the same time. When people talk about a tequila that suits the "American Palate," they probably mean this one. It's got a pleasant and soft sweetness and is something to sip late in the evening. If you're looking for a nice party tequila to share with friends, this is a solid option. The price is right to save a little money if you've dumped $70 on a pay-per-view fight too.
Overall rating 
 
86
Aroma-Nose 
 
86
Initial Taste 
 
87
Body 
 
86
Finish 
 
87
Enjoyability 
 
86
Price 
 
90
Presentation 
 
80
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist March 28, 2013
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Just when you think you know just about every tequila out there in the marketplace, you see something new. With shelves full of celebrity backed tequilas, it should be no shock that Julio Cesar Chavez decided to jump in.


Aroma: A rich vanilla custard nose with hints of spice.

Initial Taste: Cooked agave and vanilla. Fairly simple, but sweet and tasty.

Body: Medium-oily body. Still fairly straight-forward. The flavors and huge flavors, but it’s pleasant to sip. Light nutmeg and oak compliment, but do not overpower.

Finish: Medium-short finish with some oak coming through, but the main flavors of vanilla and custard linger nicely.


This is a pleasant dessert-type sipper that will probably please the masses. There’s nothing about it that screams unique, but it is tasty at the same time. When people talk about a tequila that suits the "American Palate," they probably mean this one. It's got a pleasant and soft sweetness and is something to sip late in the evening. If you're looking for a nice party tequila to share with friends, this is a solid option. The price is right to save a little money if you've dumped $70 on a pay-per-view fight too.

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