The Great Tequila Showdown of 2022: Patron Silver vs Don Julio Blanco
It's the great tequila showdown of 2022! In this corner, we have the reigning champion, Patron Silver. And in this corner, we have the challenger, Don Julio Blanco. Who will come out on top? Read on to find out!
The Battle of the Bottles
Let's start with a brief overview of each contender. Patron Silver is a smooth, well-rounded tequila that has notes of citrus and vanilla. Don Julio Blanco, on the other hand, is a bit more fiery, with hints of agave and pepper. So, how do they stack up against each other? Let's find out!
The Battle of the Tastes
When it comes to taste, it's really a matter of personal preference. Some people might prefer the smoothness of Patron Silver, while others might find the spiciness of Don Julio Blanco to be more to their liking. However, if we're judging purely on taste, we'd have to give the edge to Patron Silver. It's just a bit more complex and well-rounded than its competitor.
The Battle of the Prices $
In terms of price, there's not much difference between the two brands. A quick search online shows that both are going for around $45 per bottle. So, if price is a concern, you can rest assured that you're not going to be breaking the bank no matter which one you choose.
So there you have it! The great tequila showdown of 2020! In the end, there's no clear winner; it all comes down to personal preference. Both Patron Silver and Don Julio Blanco are delicious in their own right, so it really just depends on what you're looking for in a tequila. Cheers!
Patron - Pricey Tequila For Cocktails
John Paul Dejoria, who was once homeless and began working as a busboy at the age of 17. He eventually founded his own billion dollar company called Patron that provides alcohol beverages for bars around America with their headquarters in Southern California . In 1989 John joined forces with Martin crawley to create this innovative business idea which would change how people order drinks everywhere across North America!
Tasting Notes On Patron
On the mouth it displays a good texture, rich in agave flavors with just enough ripe fruitiness. The finish is long and warming due to more peppery notes that come through on each sip as well after an initial bite has been experienced during drinking where sweetness washes out any possible tartness from this clean spirit.
Known for its traditional flavors, Patron is a great choice if you're looking to avoid additives and sweeteners.
Patron Blanco is not the best sipperbut it gets much better when with added as ice, as it tunes down the alcohol and those peppery notes.
Due to its price, this isn't something I would use in cocktails due to expectations from other superior products such as margaritas or bloodys which cost less than half of what's being charged for tequila shots here at my local dive bar!
Patron seems to be a good choice for those who want an easy drinking tequila, but it's not going break any records.
Some Notes On Patron
The Patron Tequila line includes a variety of flavors and strengths, bottled at 80 proof (40% ABV). The company crafts its tequilas using the dual method: half is made by crushing raw agave hearts with mechanical roller mills while other half uses large tahona stones for blending purposes; then they are later bottled together as one product.
This ensures consistency in quality from batch-to bottle because each distillery has been trained under strict guidelines set out by Dejoria and Crawley who founded this business back 1989 after leaving their mark on America's Tequila Industry. Bacardi is the parent company of Patron.
I'm not too excited about using this for cocktails. It's more expensive than other bottles of Tequila, so if you're going to use it for making cocktails then I would rather go with something cheaper.
I think the price tag is off-putting when considering how much could be used in various types cocktail recipes.
Quick Notes Don Julio Blanco
In the mood for a little something different? Tired of the same old, same old when it comes to your liquor cabinet? Well, grab your sombrero and get ready to jump on the agave train, because we're taking a close look at Don Julio Blanco.
But what is agave, you ask? Good question. Agave is a type of succulent that is native to Mexico. The nectar from the agave plant is what is used to make tequila. And while there are many different types of tequila, blanco is the purest form of the liquor. It is unaged and has a clear color.
So how does it stack up? Let's find out.
When I first poured myself a glass of Don Julio Blanco, I have to admit that I was a bit surprised. It had a much sharper smell than I was expecting. But I was intrigued, so I decided to give it a try.
The first sip was definitely…an experience. It was very smooth going down, but the aftertaste was sharp and left my tongue tingling. It wasn't unpleasant, but it definitely took some getting used to.
I have to say that I'm impressed with Don Julio Blanco. While it's not my favorite spirit, it's definitely worth trying if you're looking for something new and different. Just be prepared for a bit of an adventure!