August 7, 2008

Maestro Dobel Diamond Tequila

maestroDobel.jpgMaestro Dobel Diamond Tequila is a small-batch, handcrafted spirit that has piqued our interest recently. It's a blend of tequilas aged 12-36 months, which are then filtered to take out the congeners (read: huge hangover contributors) to give the appearance of a blanco or white tequila. The stuff isn't cheap, running for around $75 a bottle, but it sounds like it's a far step away from that yellow Cuervo you usually throw up at 3 AM. Dobel Diamond Tequila is currently available in California, Illinois, Georgia, and Wisconsin.

at MaestroDobel.com

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at August 7, 2008 12:38 PM
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Yummy Maestro. Carmel aftertaste. Spend less on the packgaing and offer a better price on the product, the tecquila will still be the same excellent and high quality. It's what's in the bottle that counts.


Posted by: Rick at November 22, 2010 7:55 PM
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