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Tequila

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Piobaire, Aug 22, 2009.

  1. ama

    ama Senior member

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    I've gotten more into tequila recently. Fortaleza and Tapatio are making some very good stuff right now.
     
  2. europrep

    europrep Senior member

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    Drinking tequila almost exclusively lately. I have always been a beer and wine guy, but my body just wasn't reacting well from a weight gain and hangover standpoint.

    Currently, my go to drink is club soda or a seltzer with a reposado or anejo and half a lime. I enjoy the aged tequilas in a plain mix like this because a lot of the flavor still shines through.

    At the moment, I have Don Julio 1942 and Anejo at the house. The '42 is great for sipping. Had the 70 year anniversary recently and I could have that as my dessert on a regular basis - just need to get my hands on a bottle.

    Others I have tried recently and enjoy are Don Eduardo Anejo & Tequila Ocho Anejo.

    Look forward to learning and sharing
     
  3. denning

    denning Senior member

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    Cross post with the WAYDN thread.

    So I stole another of Huntsman's recipes. Again.

    Midnight in La Esquina as per the recipe a couple posts above.

    Smoky (unsurprisingly), complex, and more and more enjoyable as I drank it. I will definitely go back to it again. It had a beautiful rosy colour.

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  4. Master-Classter

    Master-Classter Senior member

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    Bump for a good thread. Scotch and Bourbon seem pretty active so why not this one too.
     

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