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    What's the difference bewteen the blue bottle of Cabo Wabo Tequila and the clear bottle? Will I still get f*cked up from both of them or will the blue bottle make me wanna listen to John Lee Hooker? (I prefer Tuaca...anybody here drink Tuaca?)

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    I have been drinking Cabo for a few years now. We put a few shots in a glass with some ice and a wedge of lime. It is great. Last night I went with friends to a Joe's Crab Shack and had one of their Gold Claw Margaritas. I could barely drink the stuff. Had to rush home and take a shot of the Cabo to get the taste of Cuervo out of my mouth.
    For those who have a taste for tequila the CWT is a good quality product. It is better than most of the high end blue agave tequilas on the market.
    Say what you want about Sammy and his marketing, but this is a quality product.

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    The blue bottle, which is known as "Reposado", is the more common CWT sold in the stores. It's aged in the barrels anywhere from 3-12 months. It costs around $35-$45 per bottle.

    The clear bottle, "Blanco", is not aged at all process. It costs around $30 per bottle, and is bottled straight from its distillation process.

    There is another one, "Anejo", which is available in a brown bottle. That one is aged 1-5 years, and is stronger than the other two. It's also the most expensive of the other two, with prices anywhere from $75-$90 per bottle.

    However, if you should ever be fortunate enough to make it down to Cabo, all brands of CWT are sold at the Waboutique (the club's gift shop) for *much* less than for what it's sold for here in the U.S. We paid something like $35 for the Anejo brand.

    Also, the CWT that is sold in Cabo is also a bit stronger than the one that is made and marketed for Stateside retail. I've had the Reposado here and in Cabo, straight, and you can most definitely tell the difference. The one in Cabo made my tongue tingle like I just laced it with a jalapeno. The 3 bottles of Reposado I've gone thru here in the U.S. never did that.

    Go here for more info:

    http://www.cabowabo.com , and click on the "Cabo Wabo Tequila" link on the left side of the page.

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