I was really disappointed. Being a huge fan of both Don Julio Anejo and 1942, I was expecting a lot from this and was excited to try. I had one sipper taste and it went straight into back stock hoping visitors to our home will be curious enough to taste. To me it tastes like a mix of Blanco & Cazadores. Not great.
Bought this for a tequila tasting party. Very smooth.
After tasting this tequila at an event I fell in love with its smoothness and oak flavors. Next to 1942 its one of the best tequila's on the market. Great in a top shelf margarita.
I was introduced to this spectacular tequila a year ago. What a treat. On my 4th bottle now and I buy it in multiples because I never want to run out. The smoothest and easiest drinking tequila on the market for the price, or even at higher prices. Next to 1942, this is the best there is.
I had the honor of tasting this tequila at a recent trade show in NY and it was extremely different specially you don't see too many Tequila's aged in oak barrels. Just placed an order for a couple bottles of this as soon as I got home. Can't wait to get it shipped to me.
Color: ClearNose: Crisp with traditional hints of Anejo.Taste: Smooth in character with highlights of vanilla, honey and toasted oak.Finish:Lingering hints of oak followed by a clean, warm finish.
Don Julio González began his journey in the world of tequila in 1942. He soon realized that to create a tequila that stands apart, one must control every aspect of the process, from the cultivation of the agave to the bottling of the final product. He then established his distillery, La Primavera, and spent nearly forty years perfecting the craft that would produce extraordinary tequila with every bottle. At first, Don Julio only shared his tequila with friends. But soon word spread, and Tequila Don Julio quickly became the most sought after tequila in Mexico. Today, the world is learning what Mexico already knows: that it is passion above all else that makes a great tequila.