Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Drego Azul- Gold Tequila

Hello Single Malters- Drego Azul Gold Tequila is on my Bottom Shelf. 
In today's blog, I intend to cover the following
- Brief history behind this tequila
- Tasting notes
- SJ's Rating
- SJ's Pro tip

This is my 9th tequila review and it is the worst one I have ever tasted. There is no information on this tequila so it should be a big box brand. There is only some basic information about the bottler, no distiller name anything. Looking at the light color, it is a reposado tequila(aged for some time). 

Vital Stats- Drego Azul- Gold Tequila 
Price- $12.99 for 750ml($0.99 cents for 50ml sampler) 
Age- N/A
ABV- 40% 
Region- Jalisco,Mexico 
Company/Imported/Bottled by- Drego Azul Import company, Princeton, MN
Awards Won- I give it the "Worst Tequila ever tasted" 

Tasting info-
Serving glass- Glencairn whisky glass
Serving style- Neat 
Appearance- Very light yellow

Aroma- Typical agave, light on the nose.
Flavor- Regular tequila taste, nothing stands out
Body- Light 
Finish- Not smooth, bitter aftertaste. Terrible finish
SJ's Rating- Bottom Shelf 
Does not taste so good, I could not finish it all so don't recommend it. It is not a sipping tequila
Occasions- Large parties to make pitcher margaritas
SJ's Pro tip- It is a budget tequila

Though this was a bad tequila, I am glad I can share it with fellow readers & warn them to avoid this one. If you really want a good sipping tequila, you will not go wrong with Aha yeto Artesenal Tequila which I reviewed in my earlier blogs & is my best.

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