Review – Cazadores Tequilas (Blanco, Reposado & Añejo)

So I decided to share with you one of my “go to” tequila brands. It is the Cazadores line and they been producing one of my favorite Reposados for a very long time. I’ve found it to be of great quality without breaking the bank. So regardless if I’m sipping it or mixing it in a cocktail, I don’t feel bad.

As of 2-5-2015, my current bottle count stands at 1,676 total bottles. I have 968 different ones in the bar & another 708 in back stock. I am a Certified Specialist of Spirits and have also been certified by the Tequila Regulatory Council (CRT). I’ve been actively collecting for the last two decades and what started as a small basic home bar has transformed (with the help and understanding of my wonderful wife) into what I think is a pretty nice collection. Thank you for watching and sharing in my passion.
Cheers!

Comments

eZiO71389 says:

You put out some the best reviews I’ve seen. You ever thought of reviewing DeLeon before and after Diddy and Deageo bought them out?

I’m really interested to know how much they ruined the brand

Jose 06 says:

I’m drinking some right now lol mmmmm!

Jason Clokes says:

Love the Cazadores Resposado. The close second is Don Julio Resposado. Fell in love with the Cazadores in Mexico. It’s my first choice high or low end. I remember in Mexico at different stores they seemed like I was beneath them for liking it. They felt like it was the lower end of tequila. I don’t care what they think. I love it, and tell everyone about. Patron is way overrated. 

gnarmad says:

Outstanding review my friend 🙂 I’m a new tequila lover and only wish to try the best (as budget permits) so I’ll be trying he Blanco tomorrow for my birthday. Thanks for the video!

Randy van Vliet says:

Very well done review. That you take 2 or 3 samples to hunt for all that the product has to offer indicates to me a thorough understanding. Can’t miss that buttery taste of the Reposado. Thank you for putting this video together. That the Reposado is the 1.75 or larger liter bottle pretty much says it all, it’s the best of the bunch, for your tastes and palate.

Stephen O' Connor says:

I really enjoy your video! You seem to have great knowledge of what you’re talking about 🙂

One question:

Bourbon, Scotch or Irish Whiskey— Which would you prefer?

Funky Tape says:

What’s the NOM on the Repo, by chance? Some of the older repo’s I’ve come across are way better than current anejos on the market. Also, the Extra is about $50 retail if you can find it. At least that’s what I paid for mine recently. Great stuff as always, sir.

Rene Méndez says:

poncho?

Boolena Bugina says:

Thanks for this review. I’ve just opened a new bottle of the anejo and compared it with one that had been opened for several months. It’s an amazing difference; the opened bottle had floral notes that were so compelling that it made me search for reviews. The new bottle has the distillate notes, the oak, the sharpness that doesn’t impress. I’m wondering if air has improved this considerably. It’s really impressive the difference, and impacts the enjoyment! I suggest leaving the anejo for awhile and coming back to it. 🙂

Andrew Soto says:

I’ve become a really big Tequila fan over the last few years. Your videos are excellent, especially for those of us who are just getting acquainted with this spirit. Any advice for someone who would like to expand their knowledge of tequila? Is tasting from mini bottles any different than tasting from the larger bottles?

peter white says:

Have been waiting for this review for some time. Looks like it is the Reposado over the Anejo. Saved me $6:)

Convincing review as usual Liquorhound.

Tucson JJ says:

Nice review, thanks! Picked up this Repo (new label) on sale for $19.99! can’t wait to try it… (also got a Hornitos Spiced Honey for $12! Worried it may have too much sugar and cause a hangover)

I recently was VERY impressed with the 3 Amigos Extra Anejo 8 long years in barrel!($62 at Total Wine), but I am new at this…

Davidb Barss says:

Sorry for the unrelated question to this post, but I was curious how you maintain your collection.  Do you replace a bottle each time one is killed or do you let some bottles just drop out of your collection?  How do you enjoy, while maintaining building your collection.  

K Avi says:

Aaahhh yes…. Reposando my favorite 🙂

sanchezjr13 says:

Great video!What’s your favorite type and brand of tequila.I like Don Julio blanco personally

Dean Curtis says:

Another great review video. Thanks

Noel Guerrero says:

I wanna see Rey Sol Tequila, and Casa Dragones Joven review. I like your reviews very through

FrankandJudy Yturralde says:

How Wonderful for you. I want to know about the silver Casadores. I’m looking for a smooth silver. Use to sell Casadores at our night club and really liked it.

Mr. Box says:

I love tequila. I have been branching out recently and trying new brands, largely based on your videos actually, and have loved them all. I’m sure I’m going to love cazadores too. But I’d love to know, if you could have a glass of just one tequila every night when you come home from work, for you personally, what would it be?

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