Results from the Tequila Show 2012

Note: All tequilas below are available at the LCBO, unless otherwise noted.

• #1) Sierra Milenario Tequila – $70 / 700ml: #1 this was the best of the show for me.  Very good, super smooth, easy to drink, no need for lemon and salt with this?

• #2) Los Arango Tequila Reposado – $44 / 750ml: Blue Bottle – Super smooth, very nice, weak alcohol.

• #3) Jose Cuervo Tequila Silver and Gold – $34 / 750ml Very smooth, good value no alcohol taste not really flavor full.

• Don Julio Reposado – $90 / 750ml: Very smooth, strong but smooth alcohol.

• Mar Azul Tequila – $94 / 750ml: Very Good / Very Good, smooth lots-O-flavor.

• Tres Alegres Compadres White Tequila – $30 / 750ml: I hear it is good tequila but it did not make it to the show made by Germans (try it will probably be good, with good price).

• El Imador Blanco – $30 / 750ml: Terrible tasting, chemicals yuk, poor mixer.

• Herradura Reposado – $70 / 750ml: Not smooth, Strong Alcohol.

• Tromba Blanco $50 / 750ml: Not too good, Medicine taste, Alcohol taste.

• Zignum Reposado Mezcal – Used by the Liquid Chef (Special Order only)

• 1921 Tequila Anejo – Used by the Liquid Chef (Special Order only) $14 to taste a  ¼ of a shot at the show, very expensive stuff.

Paul Collins, author of Mack Dunstan’s Inferno/ Mystery of Everyman’s Way

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