Don Julio Blanco Tequila 700ml

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Description

 

Don Julio Blanco is a fresh and luxurious joven (young) tequila. Don Julio has been making tequila in Jalisco since 1942. With a reputation for luxurious tequila, Don Julio Blanco is bottled immediately after distillation to maintain as much of the fresh agave flavour as possible. Don Julio Blanco is made from 100% Blue Weber Agave, harvested at the peak of their sweetness and ripeness, often taking 12 years to mature!

Don Julio Blanco is twice distilled to produce a complex and silky silver tequila. 

Tasting Note: Marzipan, baked citrus, brine, dill and green peppercorn aromas. A semi-sweet palate, spicy, smoky roast pineapple and salty capsicum. Finishes salty and clean with white pepper and citrus aftertaste.

Additional Details

SKU:
10585-GB-UNIT
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Mexico
Alcohol %:
38
Region:
Mexico
Style:
Blanco
Varietal:
Tequila

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