About Tres Agaves Tequila Blanco
Tres Agaves Tequila is made in Jalisco, home to the town of "Tequila" which is the birthplace of, you guessed it- tequila. Even though many people have over-done themselves with this particular type of liquor, don't give up on it just yet. A good, premium tequila is just as enjoyable as a good brandy or scotch. Tres Agaves is crafted with 100% pure agave according to the label and is created using artisnal techniques that have been passed down through generations. Tres Agaves Blanco tequila is not aged in oak, so the clean, earthy taste of the agave shines through. This particular Tequila was also one of the chosen few to receive the "Ultimate Spirits Challenge Chairman’s Trophy" out of 520 entries.
About Tres Agaves Organic Margarita Mix
Tres Agaves now has an organic Margarita Mix. It is one of the first of it's kind and it features four very recognizable ingredients: Filtered water, organic agave nectar, organic lime and vitamin C. The label also says that there are only 68 calories per serving and it contains real juice and so there might be some pulp. I love the fact that it has no high-fructose corn syrup which is prevalent in commercial Margarita Mixes.
Tres Agave Tequila Review
The bottle itself is really nice, it represents the brand nicely. The top is corked with a wooden stopper which makes for easy opening and closing. It smells earthy with a base of grassiness and layered with fruits such as green apple and pineapple finished with a hint of fresh cherry. The first sip starts out slightly buttery, then there is a quick shot of fruitiness followed by that typical tequila "bite." It leaves a nice agave flavor lingering on the palate. On the second sip the fruitiness pops out a bit more. Overall it is a very drinkable tequila and would be great along side this tomato based Sangrita
or used to make this La Paloma
Tres Agave Organic Margarita Mix Review
Tres Agaves Organic Margarita MixTres Agaves Organic Margarita Mix
It has a nice, soft slightly green color which is a nice change from brightly hued artificial Margarita mixes. It is also slightly cloudy which is typical of fresh lime juice. On the first sip the organic agave syrup adds a unique flavor and it tastes of apple cider (or maybe even applesauce) and quickly followed up by a nice, tart burst of lime. The applesauce flavor was a bit surprising at first, but ended up being quite tasty and made for a nice change from a typical full-citrus Margarita. I would definitely recommend this anyone and it would also make a great gift. I usually mix up my Margaritas
from scratch, but this will be great for a quick and easy version.
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