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Submitted by dbusch     February 10, 2007    
 
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Sol Azul Reposado Tequila

Sol Azul Reposado Tequila is 100% Weber Blue Agave that has been aged in oak barrels for a period of up to a year, attributing to it's unique taste and beautiful caramel coloring.

Sol Azul's custom premium bottles guarantee the same great taste of our finest tequilas in an elegant container. Each bottle is individually handcrafted by Mexico's finest artisanos, and are as unique as they are finely detailed.

Editor review

Sol Azul Reposado: Golden yellow and light to medium body, smells of agave and wood, with hints of vanilla. Sweet entry, containing citrus and oak, finishing strong with a minted cooked agave taste, and mild mint aftertaste.
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Reviewed by Tequila.net June 04, 2007
Last updated: June 04, 2007
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Sol Azul Reposado: Golden yellow and light to medium body, smells of agave and wood, with hints of vanilla. Sweet entry, containing citrus and oak, finishing strong with a minted cooked agave taste, and mild mint aftertaste.

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Nose: Alcohol and caramel some agave

Initial Taste: Smoked agave

Body: Light slightly oily

Finish: Slightly sweet immediately into smoked/peppery agave

Price: Good tequila for the price

Presentation: I really like the blue bottle with the sun but only needed to buy it once, I will be keeping it though. The square bottle isn't a great presentation but again presentation isn't important to me.


This is not comparable to Casa Noble, Casa Noble is in it's own class in my honest opinion.You can't go wrong with this tequila I mix it in caipirinhas but that is my normal when I make one use a good cachaca and a good tequila and I drink it straight those are the only ways to drink tequila in my opinion.
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Reviewed by TequilaJ July 13, 2011
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Nose: Alcohol and caramel some agave

Initial Taste: Smoked agave

Body: Light slightly oily

Finish: Slightly sweet immediately into smoked/peppery agave

Price: Good tequila for the price

Presentation: I really like the blue bottle with the sun but only needed to buy it once, I will be keeping it though. The square bottle isn't a great presentation but again presentation isn't important to me.


This is not comparable to Casa Noble, Casa Noble is in it's own class in my honest opinion.You can't go wrong with this tequila I mix it in caipirinhas but that is my normal when I make one use a good cachaca and a good tequila and I drink it straight those are the only ways to drink tequila in my opinion.

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Tasted on 10/11/08 out of a doubleball glass. I can't say enough good things about the Sol Azul line. At $16.99 for a bottle, it's the best bargain in town. I read that someone said it's comparable to Casa Noble reposado. I couldn't agree more. Out of their whole line, I think the reposado is their best showing. I have to say this would be one of my top five favorite reposados. An excellent sipper!!

Aroma: A very unique nose of vanilla and berry.
Initial Taste: A semi oily mouth feel. On tip of tongue, its a nice sweet. No bitterness at all!
Body: Just a great reposado body. Full of agave, berry, vanilla, and spices.
Finish: A semi heated finish that was nice with an aftertase of subtle vanilla.
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Reviewed by Piña October 11, 2008
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Tasted on 10/11/08 out of a doubleball glass. I can't say enough good things about the Sol Azul line. At $16.99 for a bottle, it's the best bargain in town. I read that someone said it's comparable to Casa Noble reposado. I couldn't agree more. Out of their whole line, I think the reposado is their best showing. I have to say this would be one of my top five favorite reposados. An excellent sipper!!

Aroma: A very unique nose of vanilla and berry.
Initial Taste: A semi oily mouth feel. On tip of tongue, its a nice sweet. No bitterness at all!
Body: Just a great reposado body. Full of agave, berry, vanilla, and spices.
Finish: A semi heated finish that was nice with an aftertase of subtle vanilla.

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Tasted in a caballito on January 28, 2008 showing lasting legs down the glass.

Sol Azul Reposado

Color: slight straw
Aroma: strong vanilla
Taste: vanilla, chocolate, wood with a less oily body than Corralejo Reposado, a finish with a burn that leaves your mouth slightly numb. Feeling and tasting like you just used a mint mouth wash.

The Sol Azul Reposado is a pure sipping Reposado and I would not use in a cocktail. Sol Azul is less expensive and just as good as the Casa Noble Reposado.
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Reviewed by senor pescados January 28, 2008
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Tasted in a caballito on January 28, 2008 showing lasting legs down the glass.

Sol Azul Reposado

Color: slight straw
Aroma: strong vanilla
Taste: vanilla, chocolate, wood with a less oily body than Corralejo Reposado, a finish with a burn that leaves your mouth slightly numb. Feeling and tasting like you just used a mint mouth wash.

The Sol Azul Reposado is a pure sipping Reposado and I would not use in a cocktail. Sol Azul is less expensive and just as good as the Casa Noble Reposado.

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