Los Azulejos Tequila Blanco

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Los Azulejos Tequila Blanco

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Tequila Los Azulejos Silver

Tequila Los Azulejos Silver is 100% Agave and is bottled after a second distillation in order to keep its natural characteristics together with transparency and brightness.

Los Azulejos Tequila Silver is packaged in a beautiful bottles made from hand-blown artisan glass, which allows one to appreciate the color and vivacity of this delicious Tequila.

Los Azulejos (Ah-zoo-le-hos) comes from the Mexican art form "Talavera". Talavera is hand-painted earthenware made in the Puebla region of Mexico. Talavera tiles, called Azulejos, have been used to decorate the most beautiful homes and haciendas in Mexico for many centuries.

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Aroma-Nose
 
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Body
 
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Overall rating
 
79
Aroma-Nose
 
81
Initial Taste
 
79
Body
 
79
Finish
 
79
Enjoyability
 
78
Price
 
80
Presentation
 
75
Tasted on 10/15/08 out of a snifter. For me, Los Azulejos Blanco had a very unique taste, and not in a good way. In addition to the alcohol taste though out, there was also a sort of stale peppermint taste also, but not in a good way. It's hard to explain, maybe you'll have to see for yourself. Not to mention the cork stuck inside the bottle as I was taking it off for the first time. All in all, something I'm not going to buy again.

Aroma: A unique peppermint nose.
Initial Taste: A thin mouth feel, it's bitter with an alcohol burn.
Body: An agave body with additional tastes of peppermint and additives.
Finish: A semi heated finish with an unpleasant peppermint aftertaste.
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