Milagro Reposado Tequila 750mL

Milagro has long been a darling of the lounge as something never bought for the lounge. (We fill our decanter’s with 1800). However when that summer party happens, we get a bottle of Milagro because we want something better, and unlike many folks we know the truth regarding Patron. That being said we’ve still never formally reviewed the Reposado, so here we are many years later – finally rectifying that situation.

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Sangre de Vida Blanco Tequila 750mL

Alright and so begins the month of tequila reviews from the company of Sangre de Vida. The lounge received a review sampler set among it’s scotch so we’ll be intersplicing it with that before we move onto the United Kingdom content next month. So those familiar with this ‘shape’ will recall our review of Kah Reposado, and it seems there’s a looming underbelly of hatred and lawsuits between the two companies over the fact that a normal person isn’t likely to notice a difference. The problem there being that to a certain degree Kah is much better (oh no, we spoiled a whole month this time)

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Cazadores Tequila Reposado Tequila 750mL

Here we have a tequila with a deer on it. That makes no more sense to me than it does to you friend. (Okay I mean to be fair the white tailed deer does actually live all across America from Canada to Mexico, but in a choice of those 2 countries you would take Canada every time) Any way not to spoil the review, but this is actually a tequila that we like in case you were worried considering how we’ve been bashing them lately.

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Maestro Dobel Reposado Tequlia 750mL

So we come to part 2 of my UK travels, and because I know exactly when reviews go up – I anticipated this posting on July 4th. And while as I write this I may not be in the USA – I am still very much an American. (I have a drawer in my fridge for cheese). Now if you feel that a Mexican tequila isn’t considered American at all – well hello Trump supporter! Also piss off, because I like having Mexicans become part of my country.

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