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Espolon Tequila Reposado NV

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"Outside, the bottle sports an edgy “Day of the Dead” label design. Inside, this light-gold liquid has a mild, juicy, slightly peppery scent and a surprising floral honeysuckle note with a lingering waft of smoke. The soft, mouth-filling texture is offset by a welcome alcohol bite...90" WE 5/11 Aged 6 months in American Oak Spain’s Hernando Cortés captured the Aztec capital of Tenochititlan, conquering its people and building Mexico City in its place. As illustrated in the Espolón Tequila Reposado label, Guadalupe and Rosarita reveled in the markets of this new metropolis, yet a pair of devilishly toothy grins hinted at their true intentions.

Region: Mexico » Baja California

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Winery: Espolon Tequila
Color: Amber
Variety: Tequila
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External Reviews for Espolon Tequila Reposado

External Review
Source: NapaCabs.com
07/06/2011

Tasting Notes - The harmonious bouquet and brilliant golden color are due to the attentive and painstaking production process of Espolon Reposado Tequila. With Tequila aging in mind, our white-oak barrels have been carefully designed and constructed to house the spirit for six months, giving it a balance of agave and mild wood flavor.


External Review
Source: NapaCabs.com
02/01/2013

The harmonious bouquet and brilliant golden color are due to the attentive and painstaking production process of Espolon Reposado Tequila.



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"Outside, the bottle sports an edgy “Day of the Dead” label design. Inside, this light-gold liquid has a mild, juicy, slightly peppery scent and a surprising floral honeysuckle note with a lingering waft of smoke. The soft, mouth-filling texture is offset by a welcome alcohol bite...90" WE 5/11 Aged 6 months in American Oak Spain’s Hernando Cortés captured the Aztec capital of Tenochititlan, conquering its people and building Mexico City in its place. As illustrated in the Espolón Tequila Reposado label, Guadalupe and Rosarita reveled in the markets of this new metropolis, yet a pair of devilishly toothy grins hinted at their true intentions.

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