Sauza Conmemorativo (1.75 LTR)
Made from the finest Blue Agave plants grown in the town of Tequila. The subtle gold color and smooth taste are the result of years of aging in oak barrels.
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Sauza Conmemorativo (1.75 LTR)

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Sauza Conmemorativo (1.75 LTR)

Regular Price: $32.99

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Made from the finest Blue Agave plants grown in the town of Tequila. The subtle gold color and smooth taste are the result of years of aging in oak barrels.
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SKU 67300
Size 1.75 LTR
Style Anejo
Type/Varietal Tequila
Country Mexico
Brand/Company Sauza
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At less than $13 per 750ml, this is my favorite BevMo tequila bargain - great taste and value!
I was looking for a good, low cost tequila, so based on reviews of low cost BevMo tequilas I bought this along with two others to taste test. One was Zapopan Reposado and sorry, but I forgot the other one. So much for a good test LOL But I do know that this was my favorite of the three - very smooth but not so smooth that it lost its depth and complexity. Has just enough of the faint, mildly-sweet, musky taste I like in spirits aged in wood barrels like this (sorry, but I've never been able to detect different fruits, etc. in spirits and still don't know how other people can taste and distinguish them all :). I usually don't like sipping any 80 proof spirits because of the alcohol bite, but I liked sipping this in small quantities. So next time I bought it in this bigger bottle -- one of the best deals you can get on tequila along with being my fav of the bargain brands. In this 1.75L size, it comes out to only $12.86 per 750ml - a great bargain! I would rate the 750ml size of this tequila 4* for the taste, but for this 1.75L size I give it an extra * for the exceptional value.
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Review by Arian W. / (Posted on 10/19/2015)
Best Value in Anejo Tequilas
I've been using Conmemorativo for years, drinking it straight, on the rocks, or using to make top shelf margaritas. I was surprised to learn it is actually aged 18 months, longer than some tequilas that cost $50 or more. It has a bit of a bite on the finish, much like a reposado, but has more complexity. I consider it the absolute best value in Anejo tequilas especially in the 1.75 liter bottle.
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Review by Ray G. / (Posted on 10/19/2015)

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