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If you didn't know it was a tequila, you may think it's a bourbon! Suggested retail price is $29.99, far cheaper than most añejo's on the market that we've tried yet it remains a tasty complex selection for your shelf.
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Until now we have never had the spirit known as Baijiu... until now. Life has changed as we add yet another flavor to our tasting dictionary, especially with Dragon Fire which has chili and dragon fruit as two of its components. This distilled sorghum spirit definitely has a bit of a sake aroma and maybe a bit from the flavor but it's definitely more of a curious surprise to the senses.
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Husky Vodka is worth your effort to find and try as it won't disappoint. Is it going to make you jump up and throw your table while screaming, "my life has now been changed forever!", I doubt it. But, for those die-hard vodka drinkers, life and taste is subjective; you may just have a life altering experience.
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You'll find a few key differences between the unique Amaretto brands with Disaronno being the one you see the most on the market and Luxardo di Saschira being our typical go-to product yet our buddy Curtis is all about Lazzaroni Amaretto so we picked that up for the blind tasting.
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Angostura 1919 really stands out and should be considered for those cocktails with few spirits, allowing the Angostura 1919 to really be the "core ingredient" for the design. I believe you'll find Angostura 1919 can also fill in for a spiced rum because it has a nice complex flavor profile along with that light sweet yet full potency rum.
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Absinthe time! We take some Lucid absinthe and bust out a drink that reminds us of a "light absinthe" cocktail because it's a bit easier on the senses. The Green Beast is still very much an absinthe drink but it has a lighter anise attack with a bit of back-end sourness that's not too acidic. Get yourself a green vinyl shaker, speakeasy martini glass and get building!
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If you can find the Las Vegas Distillery's Nevada Whiskey, it's definitely worth a try. At around USD $35, it's smooth and silky texture with light approachable feel commands a bit higher of a price from the more rough lower end whiskies.
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Patron Silver, a product that has made a name for itself by squeezing out the light of Jose Cuervo. When you went to a bar, Patron Silver was the only real tequila available. As a result, it commands a high price but it is in a market no longer dominated by the heavy Jose Cuervo hitter.
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Overall, I do feel the bottle will not disappoint if you do lay down the $120+ for the bottle of tequila. You'll gain a lot of experience from sipping on Don Julio 1942 and, even if you don't find it to be your most exiting bottle of tequila, you'll have a great time with the experience and can use it as a basis for comparison moving forward in your tequila drinking future.
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A mix of 3-mile long island citrus flavor, with a light acidity and bite without too much alcohol flavor