The Bottom Line
- An excellent premium tequila for a great price.
- Each expression has its own qualities and all are great for mixing or sipping.
- Limited availability.
- Lighter than many premium tequilas, an aspect connoisseurs may not enjoy.
- Double distilled, kosher tequila from the Highlands of Jalisco, Mexico.
- Founder: David Suro Pinera
Master Distiller: Leopoldo Solis
- Released in limited markets in 2005, Anejo released in 2008
- Retails for around $35- Blanco, $40- Reposado, $45 Anejo (750 ml bottles)
Guide Review - Siembra Azul Tequila
- Blanco - Siembra Azul's Blanco opens with a light and sunny, subtle sweetness with very earthy notes that follow to the herbaceous palate marked with citrus. The finish holds a pepper bite that fades into a long and earthy baked agave aftertaste. It's excellent in any tequila cocktail you can think of.
- Reposado - The reposado holds a sweet, oaky nose that invites the drinker to sip a spirit with the same profile. The palate holds earthy notes and hints of woody spice and the finish has a long, citrus sweetness. This reposado is perfect for creating fine cocktails and a Grand Gold Margarita (skipping the Gold Tequila obviously) with it is superb.
- Anejo - This anejo is distinctively brighter than most of comparable aging and it's a simply lovely sipper or lightly favored cocktail ingredient. It opens with a heavenly, sweet citrus and oak aroma that leads to a seductive palate of the same. The finish is smooth with pepper and a prolonged and stout earthiness.