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How To Choose Tequila



How should I choose a Tequila?



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by 4-1-1
May 10, 2002 Try a Few Mini-Bottles before Spending the Big Bucks
A good way to try tequila before committing to a major purchase decision is to taste-test some mini-bottles. It may save you from a disappointing purchase. ... read full review
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by 4-1-1
Jan 1, 2002 Not Particularly Great: Tequila Centinela Reposado
Not great, but better than the big name brand mixtos. Additional information on what to look for when buying tequila. ... read full review
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by 4-1-1
Apr 16, 2002 El Jimador Reposado  vs.  Tequila 30-30 Reposado
A good way to learn what kind of tequila suits your personal tastes is to try different brands in a horizontal comparison. ... read full review
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by 4-1-1
Oct 26, 2001 Buying Tequila? Read the Label for Important Information.
  The most important buying tips on how to select a tequila. Read the label. Plus, some information concerning Puerto Vallarta Reposado Tequila. ... read full review
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by 4-1-1
Apr 11, 2002 Muy Bueno -- Tequila 30-30 Blanco
In the limited market of affordably priced 100% de agave Tequilas, the 30-30 Blanco is one of my favorites. Highly recommended. ... read full review
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by 4-1-1
Oct 15, 2001 Nothing Less than 100% Blue Agave Tequila
100% Blue Agave Tequila - the only way to go. Avoid the mixto (blended) tequilas and search out the Reposado and Añejo tequilas from the finer houses. ... read full review
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by mrkstvns
Dec 22, 2001 Talking the Language of Tequila Selection
Understand the language of the label, know the reputations of the biggest brands, and get some practical recommendations for great tequilas. Read all about it!... read full review
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by lirubis
Jan 26, 2001 Know your own preferences first
Always go for the 100% blue agave brands.Taste, taste and taste some more before deciding.... read full review
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by pichis
Jan 18, 2001 100% blue agave
Make sure it is 100% and find out what type of tequila you prefer. Some specific recommendations I make are Paradiso, Herradura blanco suave and Casa Noble.... read full review
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