Jose Cuervo Reserva de la Familia The Rolling Stones Tour Pick
A tribute to The Rolling Stones’ 1972 North American Tour, The Rolling Stones Reserva de la Familia Collector’s Edition represents and honors the band’s first experience with a Tequila Sunrise cocktail containing Jose Cuervo, in a bar called The Trident in San Francisco.
Designed to be different, The Rolling Stones Reserva de la Familia Collector’s Edition takes the lips by storm not only with its sinful and decadent design but also with its wickedly evil calling that beckons one to famously “Walk This Way” with a “Happy” face. It is in true fashion of what any Stones fan would want on the premium shelf anything less would be likened to another band of lesser stance.
- Coming through at 80 proof, the aroma is especially greeting with its intended agave notes evenly followed with the warm baking spices cinnamon and nutmeg, topping off the calling is a spice in another direction- the welcomed and expected chili pepper.
- While expectantly absent of the normal level of sweetness because, after all, one would not expect sweet out of the “Tequila Sunrise” Rolling Stones tour. The body brings smooth vanilla custard notes with an herbal bash to start the movement.
- Leaving the arena, The Rolling Stones Reserva de la Familia Collector’s Edition leaves its fans with their now famous style of love, lust and honor and here is the sweet side of seduction ~~the vanilla creamy sense with cinnamon sugar and breakfast notes seducing the palate long after its departure.
Overall, there is a familiar sense of style but hardly a comparison to previous versions. The Rolling Stones Reserva de la Familia Collector’s Edition takes on its character, in the aroma, taste and finish much like the “Stones” there is always “Rocks Off” or on any way you like it, it is a luxury to experience.
“Walk This Way” was Released by The Rolling Stones in 1975, however, it could so appropriately fit the sense and style of the Reserva de la Familia Collector’s Edition one could not help but to associate the draw.
“Happy” was released in 1972/Exile. It was part of their 1972 song list for The Rolling Stones’ 1972 North American Tour. The tour was later dubbed the “Tequila Sunrise”.
“Rocks Off” was released in 1972/ Album Exile. It was part of the 1972 song list.
The band’s performance on June 3, 1972, in San Diego encountered disturbances that resulted in 660 arrests and 15 injuries.