Maestro Dobel 50 Cristalino Extra Anejo Tequila

Maestro Dobel Launches New Extra Aejo Cristalino Tequila

Da Happy Hour – Maestro Dobel 50 Cristalino Tequila

Its the luxury tequila brands smoothest and most complex expression yet.

Maestro Dobel just released a particularly complex Maestro Dobel 50 Cristalino tequila to celebrate company founder Juan Dobels 50th birthday.

For the uninformed, Cristalino describes tequilas that have had all color completely removed without sacrificing complexity. Maestro Dobel actually spearheaded the category with the launch of its flagship Diamante expression in 2009.

Despite having the appearance of a blanco, Maestro Dobel 50 is a rich extra añejo blend thats crafted from 100 percent Blue Weber agave, distilled twice in copper stills, and aged in oak casks sourced from Eastern Europe and the United States.

The resulting spirit varied and complex, with an initial notes of fruit that give way to spice and conclude with Maestro Dobels characteristically smooth finish. See the the official tasting notes in full below:

When you grow up making tequila, you inherit respect for the agave plant, and dedication to a meticulous distilling and maturation process, Dobel said. As we see tequila innovation within the U.S soar, Maestro Dobel 50 Cristalino represents the future of what the tequila category can offer to bartenders and discerning spirits connoisseurs alike, bringing the smoothest and most complex tequila from Maestro Dobel to the U.S.

Bottled at 80 proof/40-percent ABV, Maestro Dobel 50 is available to purchase now for $145.

Personal Scores & Reviews From Our Community

Cítrico easy to drink no burn

Fig. Cedar. Slow gentle Smoked agave. Pineapple. White pepper.

To sweet for me. Not my thing.

Extra Anejo Cristalinos are somewhat unusual creations. This one does not disappoint. It has a rich, mildly fruity, mildly sweet aroma, and the flavor is similar. A nice balance of fig, dried stone fruit, into moderately sweet cooked agave, then into a very slight leathery bitterness. Overall it is very nice, as it should be for the price.

Vanilla & Coffee notes for smell and taste

Not a terrible cristallino. Definitely can tell they used additives but smell and taste nice. Very light on the pallet over time start to taste more alcohol or ethanol on in the middle. Finishes with a little pepper and starts with a sweet vanilla. But pretty decent for a cristallino.

Notes of citrus and tropical fruit mango and pineapple.

Excelente sabor con mucho carácter con una botella hermosa.Sabor intenso y elegante

This new addition is superb

Absolutely flawless. Really liked it. If you are a tequila lover and appreciate and enjoy tequila, ill offer you one.

Hands down my favorite tequila. Fantastic flavor with notes of vanilla, coffee and oak. Amazingly smooth, with virtually no traditional tequila burn on the back end of the palate. By far the best representation of a cristalino out there.From my experience it’s getting tough to find, so if you can get your hands on a bottle, you will not regret it.

El mejor después de don julio 70 y precio moderado

Maestro Dobel 50 Cristalino Extra Aejo Tequila

This product is available in: AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, IL, IN, KY, LA, ME, MD, MN, MO, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OR, PA, RI, SC, TX, VA, WA Unfortunately, we can’t ship to PO Boxes and APO addresses.

This product is available in: AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, IL, IN, KY, LA, ME, MD, MN, MO, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OR, PA, RI, SC, TX, VA, WA Unfortunately, we can’t ship to PO Boxes and APO addresses.

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Maestro Dobel 50 Cristalino Extra Anejo Tequila

Mexico- Maestro Dobel was created by a family of true tequila enthusiasts who, throughout more than ten generations, managed to perfect the art of harvest, distillation and aging, resulting in one of the most award-winning tequilas in the world.

3 oz.

Lime peel to garnish

Pour citron vodka, silver tequila and lime juice into cocktail shaker with ice.Shake well. Pour into martini glass. Add club soda and stir. Garnish with lime peel.

Tequila may have a wild and crazy reputation, but this unique spirit is created according to strict guidelines, guaranteeing authenticity and consistency. Its distilled from the fermented juice of the Weber blue agave plant, and comes only from a specified region of Mexico, centered around the western state of Jalisco.

Tequila production begins with the agave plant, cultivated in Mexicos desert regions. Early civilizations believed agave was a gift from the gods, which they used as a source for food, fibers and building materials. They would cut off the top of the plant, and the remaining stump filled with a liquid called aguamiel that would ferment into a cloudy, low-alcohol drink.

Spain lifted the ban for good in 1792, and in 1795 gave a license for the production of tequila to Jose María Guadalupe de Cuervo, maker of what is now the worlds best-selling tequila, Jose Cuervo.

A tequila labeled simply gold or joven is unaged, possibly with caramel coloring or other sweeteners added.


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