Jose Cuervo Tradicional is 100% Blue Agave tequila produced the original, handcrafted way. Every individual bottle (designed after the original Jose Cuervo bottle) is assigned its own unique number, letting you in on a special Cuervo exclusivity.ColorCrystalline GlossinessAromaSlow cooked blue agave, herbaceous, subtly citrus notesFlavorSpice and sweet balance, firmness, fruit overtoneFinishSweet and refreshingJose Cuervo Tequila is made in the central Mexican town of Tequila in the state of Jalisco. According to the DOT (Declaration for the Protection of the Denomination of Origin—this is the Mexican law that oversees the protection of Tequila), only alcoholic beverages made with Blue Agave or agave azul (Agave Tequilana Weber blue variety) grown in the states of Jalisco,Michoacan, Nayarit, Guanajuato and Tamaulipas can be labeled as Tequila. No agave grown outside this region, including other countries, can be used for any product labeled as “Tequila.”
Blue agave can take anywhere from 6 to 12 years to mature. This is when the Agave reach their peak in sugars and will yield the most Tequila. The plant is used entirely once and then more agave must be planted to continue the production process.
Jose Cuervo produces at 38% to 40% alcohol by volume (ABV), just like most spirits. Tequila, however, has a unique flavor and is frequently consumed straight as a shot. This intense taste experience may be what leads people to mistakenly think that Tequila is “stronger.”Being straight distilled spirits, all Jose Cuervo Tequilas are gluten free. In addition, Jose Cuervo Authentic Cuervo Margaritas, Margarita Minis, and Golden Margaritas are also gluten-free.
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Jose Cuervo Tequila Tradicional Silver 0 750ml
Jose Cuervo Tradicional is one of only two Cuervo's that I would drink, but I do not place it as a sipper. Being 100% Agave, it has a sweet, floral, spicy, slightly vanilla and peppery nose. On taste you get medium oil, a burn, spice, pepper and more heat. The finish is a numbing burn, which ends quickly. It's drinkable, but not a definate sipper. At $30.or more it's generally the same price as Cabo Wabo and Don Julio, and they are better. It's fine for mixing. Long Island Lou-https://www.facebook.com/pages/Long-Island-Lou-Tequila/641682619241422