Bottle of Casa Dragones Tequila Blanco

Casa Dragones Tequila Blanco

Nom
1489
169 Ratings See All
$59.94
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Production Details
NOM : 1489 ,
Agave Region : - ,
Region : Jalisco (Los Valles) ,
Cooking : Autoclave (post diffuser) ,
Extraction : Diffuser ,
Water Source : - ,
Fermentation : 100% agave, Stainless steel tanks ,
Distillation : 2x distilled ,
Still : Column ,
Aging : - ,
ABV/Proof : 40% abv (80-proof)
Other : -

Tequila Profile

Aromas & Flavors Detected By Our Community

Aromas Detected

13
Agave (cooked)
9
Pepper (black)
9
Citrus
8
Alcohol
8
Medicinal
7
Fruity
6
Flowers
5
Anise
4
Vegetal
4
Varnish
3
Tropical Fruits
2
Grapes

Flavors Detected

14
Agave (cooked)
14
Pepper (black)
7
Medicinal
6
Citrus
6
Alcohol
6
Fruity
5
Flowers
4
Vegetal
3
Anise
3
Tropical Fruits
2
Earth
2
Minerals

Ratings

Personal Scores & Reviews From Our Community

Tequila Lover
7 ratings
  • 71 Rating

It smells like additives It’s too fruity Too much pineapple on the nose-nose of sweet pea or scented lotion Black pepper notes on the front that continue throughout the mouth and finishes with those fruity notes at the back Easy, smooth finish Stainless steel fermented

Tequila Lover
5 ratings
  • 88 Rating

A: sweet, pineapple, earthy T: light, mushroom, mint F: sweet, light

Tequila Lover
7 ratings
  • 63 Rating

Peach/ floral/mintmenthol Elderflower

Tequila Lover
14 ratings
  • 68 Rating

botanical aroma, also peppery flavor anise and herbs, agave(?) sweetness

Tequila Lover
7 ratings
  • 79 Rating

Very faint nose...slightly medicinal. Slight vegetal notes. Pleasant floral notes, honey sweetness Lingering sweetness in the finish, touch of bell pepper

Tequila Fanatic
9 ratings
  • 62 Rating

Nose reeks of alcohol but despite this has great tasting tropical fruits flavor

Tequila Enthusiast
2 ratings
  • 58 Rating

Aroma: berries, chemical? Grape, medicine cabinet

Tequila Maniac
36 ratings
  • 58 Rating

Apple Jolly Rancher aroma,

Tequila Enthusiast
5 ratings
  • 90 Rating

Vegetal but smooth. Not a harsh finish at all. Straw notes, light fruit

Tequila Enthusiast
9 ratings
  • 75 Rating

No harsh qualities but a diffuser product. For sure using additives, no way they could achieve the smoothness and mouthfeel without.

Tequila Maniac
37 ratings
  • 75 Rating

I tried this tequila a second time, and it was different from the first bottle. Not better or worse, but very different. First bottle was sweet with a saccharine like aftertaste. This second bottle had a near overwhelming black pepper taste. There are better tequilas for this price.

Tequila Ninja
111 ratings
  • 66 Rating

Overrated and overpriced diffuser tequila. Alcohol on the nose and palate. Immature agave at first, followed by fruity and sugary flavors. The taste didn’t seem natural to the tequila making process and the finish was that of chemicals and artificial flavors. I have to assume that this tequila takes advantage of the 1% of additives allowed by law and makes up for the deficiencies involved in the cooking process. This is not a premium tequila, despite the marketing and fancy bottle. Buyer beware.

Tequila Enthusiast
5 ratings
  • 80 Rating

Definitely a distinctive taste to this blanco. Different and good by itself. Not so great with food. So sip it alone.

Tequila Freak
25 ratings
  • 95 Rating

Bought in Puerto Vallarta

Tequila Ninja
154 ratings
  • 57 Rating

Equal parts harsh, sweet, hype.

Tequila Badass
400 ratings
  • 55 Rating

Aromas of green apple (jolly rancher), sweet bubble gum and varnish. Disappears in the mouth with saccharine sweet finish. Unfortunately, a diffusor product with, I presume, additives. No agave here

Tequila Freak
20 ratings
  • 71 Rating

Fruity notes on the nose. Very soft flavor

Tequila Enthusiast
9 ratings
  • 73 Rating

I was expecting a lot more... it taste good but the price tag... :/. I liked more tequila Alacrán

Tequila Ninja
123 ratings
  • 81 Rating

Overall I like this tequila , smooth drinker , agave forward being a Blanco , good finish , smooth . Probably the best Blanco you can get , just a little pricey .

Tequila Boss
496 ratings
  • 70 Rating

Nose of citrus, berries and spices. Floral. Cinnamon, licorice, fruit and some heat at the back of throat. I can hear the groans... But not that bad. I liked it better than the Joven. A little cloying sweetness on the finish.

Tequila Guru
83 ratings
  • 74 Rating

Very surprised ! I have had the sipping tequila and this one at a much lower price point (still little overpriced) and I expected this to be not great! At 1/4 th the price of the sipping tequila this is great. Little expensive but very enjoyable Blanco

Tequila Freak
22 ratings
  • 62 Rating

Weird smell. I'm not a fan. Tequila newbies will think this is "smooth", so they'll say it's good. Everyone has different tastes, but you couldn't pay me to drink this again.

Tequila Enthusiast
6 ratings
  • 49 Rating

Leaves a bad after taste. Has no agave profile taste

Tequila Connoisseur
64 ratings
  • 78 Rating

Different in many ways but good to sip. Overpriced maybe because of nice packaging and marketing expenses.

Tequila Warrior
49 ratings
  • 82 Rating

Lovely Blanco. Rich in agave and herbal taste. Free sample from moctezulmas

Other news & reviews

Additional news and perspectives about Casa Dragones Tequila Blanco

TasteTequila.com
Jul 24, 2018

Process Matters in Tequila Production. Here’s the Proof.

For years we’ve been saying “process matters”, and that each choice made during the production process will find its way into the finished product. Now we have proof.

BusinessWire
Apr 09, 2018

Casa Dragones Forms Partnership with BDT Capital Partners, LLC

Casa Dragones announced today that it has partnered with BDT Capital Partners which will be making an equity investment in the company to fund its next stage of growth. Following this transaction, BDT Capital Partners and affiliates will own a majority of

TasteTequila.com
Feb 28, 2017

Putting Diffuser-made Tequilas to the Blind Taste Test

Tequila has changed a lot since the early days. Most producers have switched from time consuming, old-school methods to high-efficiency production. But has this trend helped or harmed the overall quality of tequila?