On the tequila forums, they called them the ETWL (El Tesoro White Label) bottles.
Tried some new ones this weekend.
Ley .925 Extra Anejo - Really Good
Volcan Mi Tierra Anejo - Really Good
El Reformador Reposado - Good
El Luis Viejo Blanco - Poor...latex tasting finish. I've never tasted anything like it before.
For a blanco on the rocks with a squeeze of lime, I'm happy with Patron.
If I feel like digging in to something, the Reserva de la Familia is nice.
I also have a bottle of Tequila 1921 Anejo that I received as a gift from a traveling family member. It really needs be opened and inspected soon.
Went to a fantastic Mexican wedding on Saturday night and drank boat-loads of Del Dueno Anejo and Siete Leguas Reposado. Both were extremely enjoyable and burned clean the morning after, which is always a bonus!:grin:
Patron is perfectly fine as well, but I like something with a bit more agave flavor and peppery finish if it's a blanco. RdF is a great tequila. It has a bit of everything...including a hefty price tag. I only share that with people that I like...and who I know will appreciate it.:grin:
What would you guys recommend for a decent/good Anejo tequila? I've never had an Anejo and would like to try one. A store here has half-pints of Patron, all 3 flavors, for $10.99 each. Should I just get the Anejo Patron and give it a try? Another one that I noticed on sale is Tres Generaciones Anejo for like $36.99 (for a 750ml). Is it any good? Any other recommendations?