Cinco de Mayo 2011 is here, and it is time for something special. Have a look at this bottle—it is terrific bit of design. Its triangular shape is both hyper-modern and ancient-looking. The blue delta and clear bottle evoke the
Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner and it is time for a Tequila 101 lesson. This review is directed toward those readers who are new to Tequila. We advise you to forget everything you have “learned” about Tequila
10/2007 SAUZA TRES GENERACIONES TEQUILA ANEJONo mas, no mas! We kid you, of course. We’re always happy to sample anything, even, yes, MORE tequila. This spirit struck us as being a bit like a cross between tequila and carmel. It’s
10/2007 CARMESI (CARMESSI) TEQUILA REPOSADOYee Gods, more south of the border booze reviews? Has your dear reviewer, F. Sot Fitzgerald, morphed into Geoffrey Fermin or some such fiend? No, t’is merely a case of having many lovely tequila samples that
10/2007 PUEBLO VIEJO REPOSADO TEQUILAThis silver tequila is remarkably gentle– those who don’t like the aroma of agave will dig it. It is a rather grassy and herbal tequila, with nearly no burn to it. Not especially complex, but impressive.
10/2007 1800 TEQUILA RESERVA 1800 SILVER (REPOSADO)This tequila has a pleasant nose– sea salt, berries, and that unmistakable agave aroma. Suck it in and you taste a bit of barrel, citrus, and you feel light crackles upon your tongue. It’s