Don Sebastini & Sons 100% Blue Weber Agave Tequilas

April 12, 2017
Varieties: Contigo, El Fumador, El Macho
Details: $32.99 - $49.99 per 750 ml bottle
Availability: Nationwide
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Why not start my dinner parties with a tequila tasting, I thought, as I received a bottle each of Don Sebastini & Sons Contigo, El Fumador and El Macho. The tequilas are made from the fermented juice of the Blue Weber agave plant, grown and bottled in Mexico.

We started by sampling the newest (blanco) and ended at the oldest (añejo). Like a wine tasting, we checked the color and the aroma,  let the liquid coat our tongues before swallowing, and then breathed out.

We found the Contigo (blanco) to be smooth with fruit flavors. The wood-aged El Fumador (resposado) was our least favorit; it burnt the tongue. Everyone liked the citrusy El Macho (añejo) with its very long finish.

- bonnie
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