Tequila lovers post your favorite or favorites

Discussion in 'The Good Life' started by cubancigar2000, Sep 16, 2015.

  1. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

    I cannot buy this here in Idaho but when I visit family in Las Vegas I find it at Total Wine. It is quite reasonable at $21.99 for a 1.75 ( half gal)

    I buy the Reposado because it is much smoother than the silver. I have never found a Tequila that will compare to it without spending $50 and I do like my expensive tequilas. This one is a must try if you can find it
  2. 90quattrcoupe

    90quattrcoupe Well-Known Member

    Sauza Conmemorativo. Of course, with lime and salt.

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  3. Double Edge Dougy

    Double Edge Dougy Well-Known Member

    When i was in high school i could drink just about anything, but these days the only tequila I can handle is the patron silver...shame too i have some decent bottles of other kinds that just dont agree with me
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  4. RaZorBurn123

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  5. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

    That's a great Tequila razorburn. I like the Cabo Anejo a lot too
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  6. rmcintyre84

    rmcintyre84 Got out of the kitchen

    Patron Silver, shaken with ice, strained into a small brandy snifter.
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  7. CyanideMetal

    CyanideMetal Wild and crazy guy

    +1 on Patron. All other Tequilas make me want to wrestle large kitchen appliances.
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  8. Norseman

    Norseman misunderstood Dark Lord of the Sith

    How do you drink this stuff? My limited experience with Tequila is usually as a shot, but that usually not to my advantage.
    Do you sip it like whisky or use it as an ingredient in a drink/cocktail?
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  9. cmorris357

    cmorris357 catching flies.........

    Really fine aged Tequila can be sipped like whiskey. The cheap stuff is best used for Margaritas.
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  10. rmcintyre84

    rmcintyre84 Got out of the kitchen

    No matter what I'm drinking, I have only one. So no wrestling. :)
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  11. rmcintyre84

    rmcintyre84 Got out of the kitchen

    I sip it like whiskey. But it has to be a good quality tequila; the cheap stuff is not enjoyable straight.
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  12. tuxxdk

    tuxxdk International Penguin of Mystery

    I usually enjoy tequila with some salt and lemon, but SWMBO apparently thinks it's a bad idea...
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    Primotenore missed opera tunity

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  14. Norseman

    Norseman misunderstood Dark Lord of the Sith

    Thanks. I wonder if I can get a hold of some good quality Tequila in the Norseland. I am most familiar with the Jose Cuervo kinds, but I know nothing of the quality
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  15. Paul Turner

    Paul Turner outside the quote(s) now

    Glenn Frey sang it well:

    It's another te-quiiii-la sunrise
    starin slow-ly cross the sky
  16. Single Malt Whiskers

    Single Malt Whiskers Active Member

    For anyone who likes spicy, peppery tequilas, this is my favorite, Corralejo Reposado
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  17. GeneRector

    GeneRector Active Member

    Howdy! I have limited experience with tequila; however, it is popular these days. Many know about the various drink combinations with tequila such as margaritas, tequila sunrises, etc. Is there such a thing as a drink called a tequila mockingbird?
  18. Single Malt Whiskers

    Single Malt Whiskers Active Member

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  19. Joef

    Joef Well-Known Member

    Straight up, no salt or lime. Been my go to tequila for as long as I can remember...and even those nights I don't remember ;) love the taste. Tried patron and some others but none have the bite like ol Jose.
  20. KCphotog

    KCphotog Well-Known Member

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    Cava de Oro extra anejo straight from mexico, smoothest tequila I have ever had.

    After spending some time down in mexico, I was surprised to learn that margarita's aren't the popular drink of choice and was instead turned on to the Paloma......soooooooooo tasty!

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