Nice long finish that adds a little vanilla to the nice agave
TequilaGringo: Corzo reposado's a solid choice because they're pretty easy to find and so much better than the typical tequila out there. Each bottle is 7-12 years in the making. They use twice the agave compared to most other tequilas. Though more expensive, they cut down to the purest heart of the distillate. The tequila is from the Los Altos de Jalisco area, and that higher altitude produces agave with a higher sugar content making for sweeter flavors. Corzo's also the only tequila to incorporate a second mellowing process prior to the third distilla
Tequila Gringo Review This one drinks like an anejo more than like a repo, is marketed sort of like an anejo, but my understanding is that some of it is aged 9 months, while other batches are aged over a year (you must age it over a year for it to be an "anejo") depending on how many times the barrel has been used before. Regardless of age, their process has created a winner. We REALLY enjoyed this tequila. It's one of our favorites to smell frankly, and the taste is not to be missed.
From Tequila Gringo: We loved this tequila. A relative brought it by on the recommendation from a store owner so we gave it a go. It sure passed the smell test, and we dove in. The first thing we noticed was the caramel and chocolately goodness. Vanilla was in there too. Smooth finish. A real treat this one is.
One of the best tequilas, and only 50 bucks to boot!
From Tequila Gringo:
This bottle didn't last long with us, it was too good! We found there to be gentle vanilla and caramel tastes along with delicious agave. A great sipping tequila that we highly recommend you try. This 100% agave tequila is aged in white oak barrels for up to nine months. An absolutely beautiful bottle as well makes this a great gift and a real looker on the bar!