I found this reposado from Corzo to be quite distinct and very good. Every aspect of this tequila is similar to the Corzo Anejo, but is more subdued and not as complex nor rich, which is completely expected given that it's not aged as long. Unlike the anejo, the bottle does not come in a fancy package and is rather sold as a loose bottle. It's damn pretty to look at, and equally as good to sip if you're a reposado fan! I recommend it wholeheartedly!
This is a very impressive Tequila and in my opinion the quality is obvious. There are no surprises with this Tequila. Great bottle. Color and aroma are excellent. Finish is very smooth from the first shot to the last. No chaser necessary and no hang over what so ever which are the two most important qualities to me in a fine Tequila. An excellent product all around. For what it's worth I highly recommend it. I've only been drinking Tequila's for approximately 5 years now but have spent a small fortune and tasted just about every one on the US market. Enjoy!
Corzo Reposado NOM 1487 Tasted 12/29/06. With a pale yellowish golden color, Corzo Reposado has intense aromas of floral, earth, and spice. Moderate aromas consist of fruit and smoke. The tequila has no bitterness to it and a semi sweet aftertaste. Initial flavors are intense agave, earth, and floral. There are also moderate spicy and fruity flavors. A slight tingly alcohol intensity and a medium duration of flavor bring this tequila experience to an end. This tequila received the rating of A-/B+.
Corzo Reposado NOM 1487 Tasted 11/18/2007: Color reminiscent of Champagne. Legs strong and oily holding up to time with slow but pervasive branching on the low end. Smells of honey then oak on the rise from mid-glass to top rim. Robust agave start, peppery swallow and sweet finish.