Bottle of Rayador Cutwater Tequila Blanco

Rayador Cutwater Tequila Blanco

Type: Tequila
Nom
1110
8 Ratings See All
$32.99
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Production Details
NOM : 1110 ,
Agave Type : Tequilana Weber ,
Agave Region : Jalisco (Tequila Valley) ,
Region : Jalisco (Los Valles) ,
Cooking : Stone/Brick Ovens ,
Extraction : Roller Mill ,
Water Source : - ,
Fermentation : Stainless steel tanks, 100% agave, Open-air fermentation ,
Distillation : 2x distilled ,
Still : Copper Pot ,
Aging : - ,
ABV/Proof : 40% abv (80-proof)
Other : Gluten Free

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Aromas & Flavors Detected By Our Community

Aromas Detected

2
Agave (cooked)
2
Pepper (black)
1
Vanilla
1
Oak
1
Artificial Sweetener
1
Banana
1
Vegetal

Flavors Detected

1
Agave (cooked)
1
Vanilla
1
Pepper (black)
1
Oak
1
Artificial Sweetener
1
Alcohol
1
Vegetal
1
Medicinal

Ratings

Personal Scores & Reviews From Our Community

Tequila Wizard
593 ratings
  • 65 Rating

The nose is very good with cooked agave, ripe sweet banana, vegetal and fresh cooked peas. The flavor is bitter and taste of dried cooked peas, and very medicinal, un pleasant. Finish is short, with some spice.

Tequila Freak
24 ratings
  • 46 Rating

not a fan

Tequila Fan
3 ratings
  • 86 Rating

This is the first introduction to Cutwater’s tequila with a Reposado coming out some time in November. This San Diego Distillery (now owned by Anheuser Busch) took 10 years to introduce their first product, a Blanco). This is all done in Tequila Mexico in the traditional way. It is very similar to one called Fortaleza with rich smell of cooked agave, black pepper and a rich complexity.. They will be launching a Reposado at the end of this year. Apparently, they don’t put in any additives like any others. As many of you know, those who make Tequila in Mexico, can add up to 1% by volume of additives and those include coloring, sweetener, oak flavoring, vanilla and other things. They triple distil it and have it resting in both steel and copper containers. Apparently the copper will get rid of some of the peculiarities found in tequila that some of the flavorings would mask. I enjoyed it while visiting the distillery in San Diego earlier this week.