Smells and tastes like tequila.....it’s a miracle!!! If I’m going to nit pick I’d say it’s a bit too spicy & okay but it’s entirely pleasant. I will definitely add this to my list of regular sippers.
Sweet agave, spice and a touch a floral on the nose. A little light in the body, immediate notes of oak and caramel, followed by a quick hit of pepper. A short and simple finish.
This the “standard reposado”. Not the Special Craft or Extra Blend. Just the standard issue 40% Mexican release. Nose: Caramel and citrus, followed up with fruit, and agave notes. Some pungent minerals mingled with pineapple. Flavor: Butterscotch, vanilla, black pepper and orange peel. Finish: Rounded fruit and medium pepper.
Blue Nectar Tequila has introduced a custom blending program for on- and off-premise accounts, available across its 15-state distribution network.
Founded in October 2011, Blue Nectar has accomplished plenty in its first five years. The brand — as founded by a father and son — has four varieties of tequila available: Blue Nectar Silver, Blue Nectar Reposado Extra Blend, Blue Nectar Reposado Special
While it’s the spirit that matters, beautiful packaging never hurt, say father and son brand owners BN and Nikhil Bahadur.
The Ultimate Spirits "not like any other competition and doesn’t want to be" Challenge have released their results for 2014.
Blue Nectar Spirits Company today announced its Blue Nectar Tequila (Blue Nectar) is now available in the Lone Star State. Having launched in October 2011 in both the Michigan and Colorado markets, the award-winning tequila will now be sold in spirits ret
Fare priced Blanco. Not overly complicated, good for cocktails. Not a big fan of triple distilled tequilas