Sol Azul Tequila Arrives
We've gotten another little bundle of joy to add to our backlog of products we haven't reviewed yet, and we have to say we're pretty excited. We've never had Sol Azul Tequila before, but we like the bottling and packaging, so we can't wait to try it. We especially like the handcrafted bottles the premium products come in, which are color coded to make it easy to pick them out when you've had a few - cobalt (anejo), blue (reposado), and crystal (silver).
We'll let you know what we think as soon as we've tasted the two bottles we got (a bottle of Gold and a bottle of the premium Reposado); you can learn more about each at SolAzulTequila.com.
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at January 3, 2007 12:20 PM
Hasn't the packaging of alcohol gotten wonderful? When Freixenet first made it to America back in the 80s, the sexy black satin bottle was what led my wife and me to first try it. On our limited budget, it turned out to be a great find, and we turned countless friends onto it. In fact, we later attended a stylish party one night given by a friend of a friend at which the food consisted of a bowl of apples [a stylish bowl, of course]. All the shelves had been removed from the fridge to accommodate four cases of Freixenet, the individual bottles stacked on their sides.
I have 3 product that would love to have reviewed.
1) Tequila Galindo 100% Agave
2) Flavored Tequila Los Generales
3) H - hucklberry Liqueur