Sauza Blanco Tequila
4.07 / 5 based on 783 Reviews
Sauza. One of the most awarded families of tequilas with 6 awards at the prestigious International Wine & Spirits Competition. see more...
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Sauza Blanco Tequila
Smooth and a decent price. If I don’t want to spend a lot of money but wanna feel lit this is the product to buy! Add salt and lime and you won’t even notice this isn’t top shelf!
We use this quite a bit for margaritas, either lime or strawberry . Delicious, smooth flavor. Try it with Jell-O shots, use lime jello and substitute one part water with tequila.
Has a very unique flavor and is really easy to drink. Taste amazing with some ice and orange juice! :) It's a very clean drink and doesn't make you feel like crap afterwards.
This is another liquor cabinet staple for us. We love both the silver and gold and have been drinking it for years both in our favorite margarita recipes and for shots!
The best tequila in my opinion! Tastes even better than big names such as patron and jose quervo! You can’t go wrong with sauza! Plus Justin Timberlake was in their ads :)
If you're looking for a cheaper option tequila for mixed drinks this is a solid option. Affordable and easily available. Would avoid on the rocks as it is not very smooth.
I use this tequila only for my margaritas. The taste is okay. Not the best out there but it’s okay for the price. This is a ch so tequila. The flavor is not the best.
So yummy! I absolutely love it. Goes down super smooth and doesn’t burn the way normal tequila does. The flavor is really really good. It’s a good price point so i reach for it all the time! I absolutely recommend it
Sauza is cheap tequila. If you're looking to drink to get drunk and you also want to take your clothes off, why not drink Sauza? It'll probably get you there.
Good to mix with juices. Also very affordable you can also find this brand at many liquor stores. Taste is pretty strong but still always good to try. You won't be disappointed
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