Alright back to our previously schedule continuation of Tequila’s and other lighter South American spirits. This week we try out Camarena Silver which unlike the last two tequila’s we reviewed is one I actually like.
Apologies HBR readers for the lack of Weekly Wine, I was rather ill, and neglected to get my compatriot to get scores from the weekly tasting. (I’ll be sure to keep a backlog of personal wines for a rainy day from now on.) Anyway that aside let’s move onto the complete opposite of wine, with some tequila. Yes continuing on with some lighter less recognized spirits we move onto Agavales Tequila
Odelay, mi raza! We here at Booze Reviews have again gone to the Mexican well and when we pulled the proverbial bucket up it was filled with tequila! This is the third of our silver tequila standoff (of course it is a Mexican standoff) and this one is packing heat! In the words of a man I never knew that got drunk off a small amount of this stuff we reviewed.
My liver is crying and my brain is in a torrent of pain. Must be time for another installment of Booze Reviews. I am the Mexi-Bro, the real deal derogatory term for a Spanish person-derogatory term for a black person (ask Buffalo about what I am talking about as it is not the time or place for that kind of boorish language). I am William Henri Neve IV: Super Dragon Edition. Today we are going to be looking blurrily at a tequila we decided to pit against our review of 1800 – our last tequila review.
ODELAYYYYY! Hola, amigos! Welcome to another edition of booze reviews where we get alcohol poisoning for your benefit. Writing the review this week, in all his glory, is MC Will Power aka Diego Neve aka Mexi-bro aka William Henri Neve the Fourth! Oh and also involved were Justice, DJ LvL and Buffalo Jern. This week we reviewed the delicious treat of Mexican Gods…tequila. 1800 Silver Tequila to be exact.