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Don Julio Reposado 75cl / 38% (with gift box)


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Description

Aged for eight months in American white-oak barrels, Don Julio® Reposado Tequila is golden amber in color, and offers a rich, smooth finish—the very essence of the perfect barrel-aged tequila.

With a mellow, elegant flavor and inviting aroma, Don Julio® Reposado Tequila is best savored as part of a refreshing tasting cocktail or chilled on the rocks.

Tasting Notes

Nose:

An inviting aroma of mellow lemon citrus notes and spice layers with touches of ripe stone fruit

Palate:

Incredibly soft and elegant hints of dark chocolate, vanilla and light cinnamon

Finish:

Silky, warm finish with an essence of dried fruit, nuts and a touch of caramel apple

Recipes

CILANTRO PALOMA

Ingredients:

1.5oz Don Julio Reposado Tequila
1.5oz Fresh Grapefruit Juice
0.5oz Fresh Lime Juice
0.25oz Simple Syrup
10 Cilantro Leaves
Sea Salt

Preparation:

  1. Mix Don Julio Reposado, fresh grapefruit juice, fresh lime juice, simple syrup and cilantro leaves in a shaker with ice.
  2. Rim glass with sea salt.
  3. Pour cocktail over ice.
  4. Garnish with cilantro.

 

How to make Simple Syrup:

  1. 1 part of sugar
  2. 1 part of hot water
  3. Stir to dissolve the sugar
  4. Let cool

Details

Our story began in 1942, when a young Don Julio González saw a unique opportunity in the production of tequila.

He didn’t have much, but what he did have was passion, and after sharing his vision with a powerful local businessman he was granted a loan to create his first tequila distillery.

It was this unrelenting passion for excellence that inspired his creation of the world’s first luxury tequila.

Don Julio González revolutionized the world of tequila by choosing quality over quantity, painstakingly planting each agave further apart to allow proper room to grow and fully mature before harvesting. He would then select only the most succulent portions of the piña, before steaming them for 72-hour cycles.

When it came time to bottle his creation, he broke with generations of traditionally tall Tequila bottles typically hidden under tables. He knew his new spirit had no business hiding on the floor, so he designed a shorter tequila bottle for his guests to pass around the table while still being able to see each other.