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Review: Agavero (Licor de Tequila)

Posted by Arctic Wolf on August 12, 2010

Agavero is a blend of 100% blue agave Tequila (Reposado and Anejo) and the essence of the Damiana flower.  This is not a true Tequila spirit but rather a Tequila based liqueur. Lazaro Gallardo, the founder of Los Camichines Distillery, in Jalisco, Mexico, is credited with creating Agavero in 1857.  It is produced as a sipping liqueur meant for those who want a lighter, sweeter and more refined tequila experience. Bottled at 32 per cent alcohol by volume, Agavero boasts being named, in 2002, as one of the top 50 spirits in the World. I thought it would be fun I would investigate its charm.

Here is an excerpt from my review:

“…The agave flavour, the orange and lime citrus notes, and the hot pepper burst are all felled into submission by a sweet sugary syrup. The result is a mild, somewhat pleasing combination of punky agave and sweet syrup…”

You may read the full review here:

Review: Agavero (Licor de Tequila)


One Response to “Review: Agavero (Licor de Tequila)”

  1. Gilles Beauchamp said

    Hi..M.Arctic Wolfe
    tried to reach the Ministry of Rum at the address you’ve suggested on your blog concerning the found bottle of Ron Anejo Anniversario dated 1963priced at 250.00 …Merci…

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