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Don Julio Aejo Vs The Competition
- 1800 Añejo
- Tequila AviónAñejo
- Casamigos Añejo
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Sweet and peppery characterize the initial palate of the 1800 and mid-palate transition. The 1800 Añejo shows traces of cinnamon, candied pears, butterscotch and toasted oak, plus a finish of cocoa and banana bread. On the other hand, wild honey and butterscotch are on display when the Don Julio/DJ Añejo enters your mouth.
However, what sinks 1800 is an observed strong presence of smokiness in the taste. For some, strong traces of the roasting process may have settled in the final product, likely an oversight due to 1800 being part of the mass market tequila assembly line of Jose Cuervo. In contrast, the DJ consistently keeps the smoky taste to a minimum, or even at zero presence.
Don Julios añejo may be more expensive than the Avión añejo.
However, the Don Julio/DJ presents a strong case of value-for-money tilting brains, lips, noses, tongues, throats and opinions towards its entry level aged tequila.
One, the DJ añejo consistently displays no alcohol burn, with a nip in the Avión. Everything is bright, lightly spiced, rich and smooth, and you dont forget the agave presence in the Don Julio.
Second, the DJ has a consistently minimal tinge of American oak residue when the añejo hits your mouth. On the other hand, the Avión has an up-down presence of oak in the taste, which was a turn-off for some.
Casamigos añejo is neck-and-neck against Don Julios añejo in terms of pricing.
Don Julio 1942 Anejo Tequila 750ml
Celebrated in selective cocktail bars, eateries and dance club, the notorious Don Julio 1942 Tequila is the selection of specialists around the world. Delivered in small batches and aged for at least over two years.
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Don Julio 1942 Anejo Tequila
Celebrated in selective cocktail bars, eateries and dance club, the notorious Don Julio 1942 Tequila is the selection of specialists around the world. Delivered in small batches and aged for at least over two years, Don Julio 1942 Tequila is carefully assembled in tribute to the year that Don Julio González started his tequila-production journey.
Don Julio 1942 Anejo Tequila Tasting Notes
Aging | 2.5 yearsNose | Rich caramel and chocolateTaste | Warm oak, vanilla and roasted agaveFinish | Lingering oak and rich vanillaBest Served | In a snifter
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A bottle of Veuve Clicquot, one of the 43 products now on the Pennsylvania liquor rationing list.
Its the weekend, so you might be planning on hitting the liquor store to stock up on your favorite bottles. Who could blame you? Well, depending on your tastes, you might be in for a bit of a letdown. The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has announced that its now rationing certain bottles to residents 42 different products, to be exact.
If you tend to favor products like Fireball and, oh, Jose Cuervo tequila, it seems like youll be just fine. But if youre more into bottles like Buffalo Trace, Patron and Veuve Clicquot, there could be a problem, because the state will only let you buy two bottles of each of the products on its rationing list per day. The PLCB cites sustained supply chain disruptions and product shortages for the rationing decision and says the new policy will last indefinitely. The rationing began on Friday.
Keep in mind that this doesnt just affect those who just want to grab some booze for the house, for whom a two-bottle-per-day limit might not present that much of a challenge. The new restriction also applies to restaurants, bars, and wedding caterers.
Below, all 42 items on the new PLCB rationing list:
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Don Julio Tequila Price List
$58.99 – $59.99
There are lots of facets to the success of Don Julio, and to list all of them would make this price guide tedious and boring. But one cannot exclude the companys añejo and reposado aging processes when listing what makes Don Julio great. For example, the reposados spend eight months in old American oak barrels primarily used for Kentucky bourbon aging. Select reposado sare aged for one more month in old Scotch whisky casks for the Don Julio Reposado Double Cask variant.
As for the añejos, their aging goes for a full 18 months in the companys own reposado barrels. The result is more agave and less oak in the flavor, which is great for the tequila purist.
Don Julio Blanco Tequila
- Alternate Money Check $79.99-$89.99, 1,500 ml, 40%
Light and crisp is the consistent description of this blancos taste, with a citrus hint greeting you at tongues tip. Then the sweet agave takes over, getting creamy as the liquid goes down the gullet. Theres a tiny burn at the end, but its more respectable than rude and you dont forget the entire run of the drink through your mouth. Its best served as a foundation for a mixed drink, such as a margarita or a 21st Century.
Don Julio Reposado Tequila
- $45.99-$46.99, 750 ml, 38%
Agave and vanilla are very much present at the start of the taste, followed by dints of wood, smoke and cinnamon. Everything goes smooth and silky in the lips-to-mouth-to-throat transition, with a very gentle agave/peppery reminder at the end.
Pennsylvania Rations Alcohol Due To Crippled Supply
A shortage of certain alcohol brands is leaving some drinkers in low spirits the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board announced this week it would begin rationing a list of popular liquor labels.
Due to sustained supply chain disruptions and product shortages, purchase limits of two bottles, per customer, per day were applied to certain items beginning Friday, Sept. 17, and will remain in effect for the foreseeable future.
The two-bottle limit applies to all consumers and liquor license holders such as bars and restaurants, and includes 43 well-known labels including Hennessy Cognac, Don Julio 1942 Tequila, Jack Daniels Whiskey, Moët & Chandon Impérial Champagne, and Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon.
The rationing was not a surprise to Shawn McCall, general manager at Room 33 Speakeasy in Erie, Pa. The speakeasy has had trouble getting some brands for the last three or four months.
I havent been able to get Bulleit Bourbon for a month. Jack Daniels was out for a while but its back in now, McCall told The Epoch Times in a phone interview. People know there is a shortage, so bar owners are overstocking. That is why they put a limit on it.
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Glass Shortage And More
There are several reasons for the shortage. All producers who spoke with The Epoch Times pointed to increased consumer demand as one reason.
Many of our brands, including Buffalo Trace Bourbon, have been on allocation for a few years due to demand outstripping supply of aged whiskey, Amy Preske, spokeswoman for the Kentucky-based Sazerac Company told The Epoch Times in an email. On average, the whiskeys we sell today were made seven to eight years ago and we underestimated todays consumer demand.
Buffalo Trace Distillery is in the midst of a $1.2 billion expansion, including more barrel warehouses, construction of an additional still, additional fermenters, and expanding its dry house operation. But it will still be a few years before bourbon supply catches up with demand. This shortage is related to any glass shortage or worker shortage in the supply chain, Preske said.
Barrels of bourbon are seen inside of a closed storage building as they age at the Bardstown Bourbon Company in Bardstown, Kentucky on April 11, 2019.
But Svend Jansen at Jack Daniels Distillers headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, says those issues did impact its operation.
A global glass shortage is affecting large and small companies. Adam Flatt, co-owner of Franklin Hill Vineyards in Bangor Pa., and Social Still, makers of Sasquatch Vanilla Maple Bourbon in Bethlehem Pa., says the cost of bottles has gone up and its tough to buy them at any price.
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Don Julio 1942 Anejo 750ml
Don Julio 1942, an exquisite Tequila Añejo created to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the opening of Don Julio’s first distillery.
In 1942, Don Julio Gonzalez founded his distillery, La Primavera, under the brilliant sunshine of Los Altos de Jalisco. From the cultivation of the Agave to the bottling of the final product, he refined an intricate process that produces one of Mexico’s most exquisite Tequilas.
The process begins by hand selecting Agave plants that take seven to ten years to mature. The Agave is then slowly roasted for 70 hours in traditional masonry ovens and double distilled in a special alambique. This limited edition Tequila is crafted from the finest Agave and aged until it reaches the most extraordinary levels of flavor and character.
Rested in oak barrels for over 2 years. Pure golden color, full nose of vanilla, apple and oak. Silky profile with a sweet vanilla finish.