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Pueblo Viejo Reposado Tequila

Pueblo Viejo Reposado Tequila - This 100% Agave Tequila is best identified by its golden hue, as it is distilled in kettle stills and aged in American oak for nine months.

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88
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87  (3)
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88  (3)
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89  (3)
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89  (3)
Enjoyability 
 
89  (3)
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96  (3)
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My first experience with Pueblo Viejo. Let's do this...

Aroma: Agave, oak and light vanilla and spice.
Initial Taste: Sweet agave and vanilla. Nice brown spice compliment as well.
Body: Medium and semi-oily body. Great rich spice (cinnamon) flavors to mix with the agave and vanilla tastes.
Finish: A nice spicy and balanced reposado finish. The cinnamon makes it interesting and there is no alcohol taste or burn. A really nice overall reposado.

For around $20, this is an all around winner. The flavor profile would mix well and it's a great value sipper. Get a bottle...you won't regret it.
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92
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92
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91
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92
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98
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88
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist June 06, 2012
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My first experience with Pueblo Viejo. Let's do this...

Aroma: Agave, oak and light vanilla and spice.
Initial Taste: Sweet agave and vanilla. Nice brown spice compliment as well.
Body: Medium and semi-oily body. Great rich spice (cinnamon) flavors to mix with the agave and vanilla tastes.
Finish: A nice spicy and balanced reposado finish. The cinnamon makes it interesting and there is no alcohol taste or burn. A really nice overall reposado.

For around $20, this is an all around winner. The flavor profile would mix well and it's a great value sipper. Get a bottle...you won't regret it.

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This is one of my favorite lines. Its very consistent and an excellent value.

Aroma: A nice sweet cherry nose.
Initial Taste: A thin mouth feel, sweet entry with no bitterness. Initial taste of berry.
Body: An evenly balanced agave body complimented by slight cinnamon and fruit.
Finish: A semi heated finish with a nice sweet agave lingering.

Just a solid line, Pueblo Viejo.
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89
Aroma-Nose 
 
90
Initial Taste 
 
89
Body 
 
89
Finish 
 
89
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90
Price 
 
91
Presentation 
 
90
Reviewed by Piña September 15, 2011
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This is one of my favorite lines. Its very consistent and an excellent value.

Aroma: A nice sweet cherry nose.
Initial Taste: A thin mouth feel, sweet entry with no bitterness. Initial taste of berry.
Body: An evenly balanced agave body complimented by slight cinnamon and fruit.
Finish: A semi heated finish with a nice sweet agave lingering.

Just a solid line, Pueblo Viejo.

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Pueblo Viejo Reposado, NOM 1103. Clean amber color with very long legs. The first taste was an indistinguishable, agave blanco spiciness with some oak due to aging & a medium alcohol presence. The medium body had a trace of sweetness, far less than other reposados I have experienced in the past. It finished with an open, rolling sensation across the tongue that lingered & then dissipated leaving a hint of numbing, agave sweetness. This is a moderately smooth tequila but doesn't quite measure up to other premium brands. It does however mix very nicely in Margaritas, adding a certain depth missing in many blancos. The price is very attractive. I paid $20 for a 750 & received an extra 200 in a combination package. B-/B
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Reviewed by El Jefe April 11, 2008
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Pueblo Viejo Reposado, NOM 1103. Clean amber color with very long legs. The first taste was an indistinguishable, agave blanco spiciness with some oak due to aging & a medium alcohol presence. The medium body had a trace of sweetness, far less than other reposados I have experienced in the past. It finished with an open, rolling sensation across the tongue that lingered & then dissipated leaving a hint of numbing, agave sweetness. This is a moderately smooth tequila but doesn't quite measure up to other premium brands. It does however mix very nicely in Margaritas, adding a certain depth missing in many blancos. The price is very attractive. I paid $20 for a 750 & received an extra 200 in a combination package. B-/B

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