Must Eats: Don Julio Buenos Aires Restaurant Review - Nomad Foodist (2023)

Is Don Julio in Buenos Aires worth it? I've eaten at Don Julio twice so read my full restaurant experience where I discuss my meal and answer questions about booking, dress code and menu prices.

Latest update:February 23, 2023

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Don Julio Buenos Aires: One of the best restaurants in the world

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Over the past seven years, Don Julio has been topping the chartsThe 50 Best Latin American Restaurants,Before winning the 2020 championship

In 2022, Don Julio maintains second place in the rankingsRanked 14 on the list of the 50 best restaurants in the world.Kudos to the steakhouse for being impressive.

I don't know much about Don Julio in Buenos Aires and how much he influenced the food scene. Think about it.Diners prefer Don Julio to 3 Michelin-starred restaurants.

Yes, the casual Argentinian steakhouse has overshadowed some of the world's most famous restaurants.Don Julio definitely caught my eye.

I have eaten at Don Julio TWICE.Yes, I was lucky enough to have two memorable meals despite waiting three weeks to be booked.I begin this restaurant review by detailing my meals, going into detail about each dish.

If you're looking for food details, swipe over the foodMenus, reservations, waiting lists, dress codes and prices.

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Here I discuss mineFirst visit to Don Julio.They brought all the food in one go and the steak was last.The waiter carefully cut the meat off the bone and cut the rest into manageable pieces before placing the steak on our plates.

Entrecote - Ribeye'a dish

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The first few bites were overwhelming for me.How can a steak taste so amazing?I've eaten at five different steakhouses in Buenos Aires so far and none come close to this.

Don Julio is in a class by itself.

All the important details were obvious: medium rare, well rested and ready to eat my stomach.

I liked it slightly smoked with a pleasant aroma of cooking on an open fire., a true icon of authentic steakhouses in Buenos Aires. althoughFat pieces with a nutty and sweet tasteLet me gnaw on the bones, searching for every juicy, gristly piece of meat. Seriously, I got into town on this bone.

(Video) Don Julio: A Meat Lover's Paradise in the Heart of Buenos Aires—Eat. Stay. Love

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what gives me the greatest joyContinuity of rich meat flavor throughout the steakto your tastePour the beef deglaze into each meat fiber.Every bite contains an incredible amount of beef flavor that I have rarely seen anywhere.

The steak was absolutely delicious and definitely lived up to the hype.I don't know what crazy Argentinean magic the chefs did to make this steak so good, but I don't knowNothing changes. Absolute perfection in every way.

Heirloom Tomato Salad - Salada de Tomate Heirloom

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Delicious served in a bowl, this tomato salad is simply seasoned with olive oil, salt and pepper. The seemingly simple onesThe heirloom tomatoes are freshly picked from a small garden in Martha Stewart's backyard and look like they were grown with pure love.

only color in the saladIt looks beautiful with tomatoes in various shades of orange and red.Simplicity is still the key to this dish and the tomatoes are full of flavor.

Sweet, umami and spicy, Heritage Tomato Salad surprised him by presenting the tomatoes themselves, emphasizing their intrinsic character.

Zucchinis a la Parrilla - Baked zucchini

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Usually, when I bake zucchini, the zucchini is a mess: limp, greasy, and a bit bland. These chefs know their grilling techniques becauseThe zucchini was better than I thought it would be.

Zucchini has a sharp and unpleasantly bitter aftertaste, which is completely absent here. Just delicious zucchini.With easy preparation, no hiding and perfection.

Yes, plain veggies again, but that's what I'm looking for.Thick, dark and perfect charred zucchini was almost like a piece of meat.A dash of olive oil and a dash of oregano add a hint of vanilla.And combines the whole experience of roasted vegetables.

Believe me,Grilling on these charcoals made a huge differencetasteless.With a kiss of smoke, baked zucchini goes from ordinary to delicious with the last bite of I'll Fight You. Of course my wife would win, so I reluctantly handed over the last piece.

Herbal Grilled Sausage - Herbal Spiral Sausage

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While in Buenos Aires, I tried every sausage imaginable, soI'm glad other varieties of Don Julio and Spiral Herb Sausages caught my attention.

As soon as the food arrived the waiter started cutting sausages for my wife and I.Unfortunately, I couldn't get a decent photo.

The thin spiral sausage was delicious, as delicious as I expected.I can't tell you what herbs were used, but trust me, it's something worth eating.

The wrapper breaks as soon as I take my first bite, beginning to balance the herbs, spices, and fat. The more I chewed, the more complex the flavors became as everything came together.Definitely a dish I will reach for again.

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Here I describe in detailMy second meal at Don Julio.My wife and I stumbled in for a late lunch without a reservation but no queues. We were seated after waiting only five minutes. We are lucky!

Pony Salami - Homemade salami

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A totally sublime experience.The homemade salami was thinly sliced ​​with a noticeable bit of fat in the middle.Just having a slice that melts like butter on my tongue gives me a flavorful adrenaline rush. Thank god I sat down.

Salami at Don Julio's made my dream of sliced ​​cold meats come true, which was more like an experiment than real food.I remember my wife and I staring into each other's eyes after the first bite and laughing happily because we couldn't believe how amazing it was.

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I love the rich flavor of mature meat with paper-thin texture control.Thicker slices can tire even the most seasoned gourmet, but the thin consistency allows you to preserve the rich flavor.If you come to Don Julio, you must try the homemade salami.

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Sirloin Ribs - T-Bone Steaks

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Yes, another bone in the cut, but I can't help it.T-Bone slammed a tenderloin the size of my fist on the table, exposing its one-and-a-half-inch thickness. In the US we call this big guy Porterhouse.

As with Entrecôte, the waiter debones the steak and cuts it into manageable pieces, resulting in the perfect medium-rare center. So I took the first bite.

How does steak get better?Is it a simulation? Is this real life? How does Don Julio serve magic meat?

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It's official.Don Julio in Buenos Aires serves my favorite steak.I've also eaten thick, aged steaks, but not like Don Julio.

very soft and full of juiceThe light smoke from the wood-fired grill fully enhances the saturation of the meat's flavor, emphasizing all the subtle features of the steak.

Although the steak could have fed four people, we ended up satisfied. I could die of joy knowing that I ate the best steak in the world.

Pure de Papa y Manteca de Jersey - mashed potatoes with jersey butter

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I admit I never asked for Jersey butter or Jersey milk. For some reason I forgot. I only know delicious

Mashed potatoes remain a classic accompaniment to steaks. There's a reason steak and potatoes go so well together.At Don Julio, they make mashed potatoes that go perfectly with grilled steak.

Jersey Butter distinguishes this mashed potato,It creates a unique texture and grassy flavor.Sounds weird, but potatoes bring out the meat and should be eaten with your hands with your steak.

Don't get me wrong, this mashed potato is great on its own, butPairing it with steak is a whole new experience.

Charlotte - Milk chocolate ice cream in Jersey sauce

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Don Julio makes all the ice cream on site daily and they have mastered the craft to taste.They offer other fancy desserts, but trust me, Charlotte will surprise you.

Lying in a tall glass, Jersey milk ice cream is drenched in a generous amount of hot dark chocolate sauce, which the waiter pours onto the table from mini aluminum cans with more syrup.

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Hot, cold, sweet and sour, Charlotte is a dessert full of contrasts, bouncing between multiple ingredients in one bite.The ice cream itself tasted very good, with an extra creamy texture, but when paired with the bitter dark chocolate, it tasted differently to me.

I felt like a child eating ice cream for the first time, unable to discover the dessert. Yes, that's great.

Even the dark chocolate sauce itself was a masterpiece, the rest I literally poured into my mouth in a mini pitcher on the table.

Dinner Don Julio Buenos Aires

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My first meal at Don Julio totaled 18,270 pesos before tip, or about $108. For my second meal, the total before tip was 26,470 pesos, or about $156.

Don Julio's prices are high and rightly so. Don Julio's is almost double the price of other steakhouses in Buenos AiresFrom most places but of much higher quality. extra money spent hereThis affected the food and overall experience.

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Is Don Julio Buenos Aires worth it?

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Yes! Don Julio is worth it and deserves all the hype.I would gladly wait three hours in front of Don Julio for another chance to enjoy this delicious meal.The meat was really different than I imagined and exceeded my expectations.

Although the prices are high compared to other impressive and famous steakhouses around the world, Don Julio's is cheaper and destroys the taste competition.

Ceny menu Don Julio Buenos Aires

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Don Julio's menu is extensive with a wide variety of meats and vegetables.All the meat served by Don Julio comes from his own pasture-raised cattle that have been brought to perfection.

The vegetables are sourced from their organic farm and focus on seasonality to ensure the best of the moment.These vegetarian dishes are simple, they stand outThe quality of vegetables of any type of preparation.

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Due to the state of the economy in Argentina these prices may not be correct on the menu as you read this.Inflation is rising and the value of the Argentine peso is falling every day.

I've converted the food we ate into dollars below to give you a better idea when planning ahead.

On my first visit, I ordered the Traditional Tomato Salad ($11), Grilled Zucchini ($8), Herb Spiral Sausage ($10), and Bone-in Steak ($75).

On my second visit, I ordered a bottle of wine ($35), Souvenir Tomato Salad ($11), Mashed Potatoes ($7), Homemade Salami ($11), T-bone Steak ($68) and Charlotte Special ($8).

Most steaks on the menu are paid8,000 to 10,000 pesos, around $47-60,Provide better benchmarks for price expectations.

For the full menu and full wine list,Scroll down the post to see more photos

Not Don Julio Buenos Aires book

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Like most people, I went online to find reservations.Don Julio is busy for the next two months. My heart has drowned.

With unstoppable determination, I explored other possibilities of getting to know Don Julio. me and my wife disappearedI spoke directly to the restaurant reservation host and he booked us the next available table three weeks ago.No problem, we were there for a month.

Although the online system is full, they still have vacancies.This means that there are many ways to book andTheir online system is just one way. do not give up.

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The easiest way to book Visit Meitre, Don Julio's preferred booking platform.Choose the date and time that suits you best and save the confirmation email.

You can also try calling the restaurant to make a reservation, but be prepared for communication barriers if your Spanish is inadequate.

Finally, you can follow our example and talk to the booking host in person..If there is a communication barrier,Use Google Translate on your phone end the call. It works for us!

Walk In is on Don Julio's waiting list

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If you can't wait a few weeks for a booking, try a waiting list. Guests without a reservation can queue outside the restaurant and sign up on the host's waiting list. If there is no reservation, the next person on the waiting list will take the place.

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If you try the waiting list,Arrive at least two hours before the restaurant opens for lunch or dinner.make sure you stand in front of the restaurant at all times andStay there to let the host know you are waiting.most of the guestsWaited one to three hours for a tableAfter opening Don Julio.

My second meal at Don Julio without a reservation.In fact, my wife and I never planned a second visit. Our apartment was across the street from Don Julio, so one afternoon we saw that no one was waiting in line, so we posed for a photo.

The owner said we waited an hour or less so we decided to take our chances and within five minutes we were seated. Correct.Only waited five minutes to eat at the best steakhouse in the world.

The waiting game takes some clever planning and a lot of luck.

Don Julio powraca do Delicious Waiting

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No matter what happens, pre-ordered or not, everyone has to wait.All changes for lunch and dinner, a group of people huddled at the entrance, waiting for their chance to achieve physical nirvana.

My first meal at Don Julio was ordered three weeks in advance and still had to wait.I contacted the owner bad news and said I had to wait a bit for my table.So I waited half an hour, but I didn't leave empty-handed.

A nice perk of waiting at Don Julio is free sparkling wine.Yes, you read that right, complimentary sparkling wine. I poured four, like a newly christened 21-year-old, still holding the cup for more.They have never turned me down or anyone else who asked for a refill. It is dangerous.

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helping hungry people every day,The waiters bring trays of freshly fried empanadas which always disappear within seconds.Second. These little hot sachets are delicious, and they areMy wife's favorite empanadas in Buenos Aires.

Although barely waiting for a table on my second visit, I grabbed a sparkling wine and mini empanadas to make the most of the day.

How long does Don Julio have in Buenos Aires?

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Plan to eat at Don Julio's in Buenos Aires for about three hours.even with a reservationStill waited 30 minutes to be seated and another 20 minutes for a waiter to greet me to take my drink and food order.

Even my second meal at Don Julio,Still waited about 20 minutes before someone came to take my order.

Do not get me wrong.It's not bad service, it's slow service. They are different.The waiters paced back and forth between the tables, avoiding each other and the customers waiting outside the front door.

My server was friendly but direct, never stopping for a moment.Although everything took longer than expected,I know my waiter and all the staff never rest for a moment.Everyone looked busy at dinner.

The dress code is not Don Julio

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Don Julio has no dress code, everyone I meet is casual. No suits, fancy dress or formal wear of any kind.

While most of the gentlemen wore button-down shirts and long pants, I saw a few guys in shorts and sandals. Most women are casual, some wear dresses, but most women wear trousers and nice tops.

I suggest you dress as you like, loose but not too loose. I don't think this is a sleeveless/flap place.

Informacje or Don Julio Buenos Aires

Address: Guatemala 4691, C1425 CABA, Argentina
Tel: +541153115668
Reservations are not

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Don Julio Buenos Aires win list

Here is a ten page wine list for Don Julio in Buenos Aires. As I mentioned earlier, due to the inflation crisis in Argentina, prices will vary when visiting the restaurant. These photos were taken by me in December 2022 for 170 Argentine pesos for $1.

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How much does dinner at Don Julio cost? ›

Ps: of the "humilde parilla de barrio" Don Julio has kept the price. A dinner costs on average the equivalent of 26 euros, including the (house) wine.

Who owns Don Julio Buenos Aires? ›

Typical dishes: While Don Julio serves pretty much every part of the cow, owner Pablo Rivero recommends ordering house cuts like bife de cuadril (rump steak) and entraña (skirt steak).

Who owns Don Julio Argentina? ›

Pablo Rivero studied cooking and is also a sommelier, but above all for the last 20 years he has been the face of a family-run business, Don Julio, the famed Palermo barbecue joint which has just been awarded 14th place among the world's Best 50 restaurants.

Does Don Julio have a dress code? ›

There is no dress code for Don Julio and everyone I saw dressed casually. No suits, fancy dresses, or formal attire of any kind.

Is Don Julio cheaper at Costco? ›

At Costco's in-store branch, a 750ml bottle of Don Julio 1942 Tequila with Item #739944 costs around $134.99. Other retail chain store and online shops like Target and Total Wine's price ranges from around $146.99 to $159.99. Compared to these stores, Costco in-store offers a great deal for a Don Julio 1942 bottle.

Why is Don Julio so expensive? ›

Don Julio tequila is expensive due to the use of high-quality 100% blue agave, a labor-intensive production process, and aging for a minimum of three years in oak barrels. Its limited availability, reputation, and luxury branding also contribute to its high cost.

Why is Don Julio so popular? ›

It's no secret that Don Julio 1942 is the most iconic luxury tequila of all time, with the acclaimed agave spirit coveted around the world for its sophisticated detailing and exceptional drinkability.

How much is Don Julio owner worth? ›

His net worth is currently estimated at $2.5 billion.

What is the most common breakfast in Argentina? ›

In Argentina, breakfast is a simple affair. Most natives will stick to tostadas, which is the humble slice of toast. This will be served with orange juice, coffee or mate – then Argentinians like to save themselves for lunch or dinner.

What is a common breakfast in Argentina? ›

In Argentina, breakfast is a thoroughly simple affair. The options rarely, if ever, move beyond the two key staples: tostadas (toast) or medialunas. They'll be served with coffee and orange juice. Anywhere serving anything extravagant – including yogurt or fruit – or any form of cooked eggs is catering to tourists.

What is the most eaten food in Argentina? ›

1. Asado. The way to Argentina's heart is through its asado, or barbecue, also known as parrillada. Don't leave the country without spending a leisurely afternoon beside the warmth of a grill or open fire, feasting on copious grilled meats.

Is Don Julio sold in the US? ›

It is distributed in the United States by Diageo, under licensing from its patent holder, Tequila Don Julio, Sociedad Anónima de Capital Variable, Jalisco, Mexico, but it is sold worldwide.

Who is the celebrity ambassador of Don Julio? ›

Reality TV star Lisa Rinna is living the tequila lifestyle to the fullest in her new collaboration with Don Julio. On Tuesday, Rinna revealed on social media that she has been tapped as the spokesperson for Don Julio Rosado, a pink-tinted reposado tequila aged four months in Ruby Port wine casks.

Where is Don Julio manufactured? ›

For tequila aficionados, Don Julio 1942 is a top-tier choice, known for its unparalleled quality and exquisite flavor. Produced by Drinks House 247, this premium tequila has been crafted from blue agave grown in the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico since 1942.

Is Don Julio bottom shelf? ›

Don Julio 1942 is considered a top-shelf liquor, even if it's not the most expensive brand on the shelf by a long shot.

Is Don Julio high end? ›

Is Don Julio tequila expensive? Don Julio isn't the most expensive tequila on the market but it's definitely top-shelf. Its price is more than worthy when considering the premium quality ingredients and small-batch process that go into each bottle.

Is Don Julio luxury? ›

Don Julio remains one of the most popular luxury tequilas and still the most popular in Mexico. That's the kind of quality assurance that tells you the spirit is the best of the best.

What is better quality Patron or Don Julio? ›

Don Julio is generally considered as higher quality with more complex flavors. Patron is a top shelf tequila that has garnered much attention from pop-culture and its strong marketing campaign that symbolizes its tequila with class and sophistication.

How much should a shot of Don Julio cost? ›

Many of you wonder how much a Don Julio 1942 shot costs. It can vary from place to place, but generally, expect to pay around $20 for one shot. Don Julio is strong and potent; it's also considered luxury tequila since it's made with 100% blue agave, giving it its unique flavor.

Is Kirkland tequila silver the same as Don Julio? ›

Overall, if you're seeking a quality sipper, Don Julio Blanco is the way to go, while Kirkland Silver provides an excellent balance of affordability and taste, making it a great choice for cocktails and other casual occasions.

Where does Don Julio tequila rank? ›

100 Favorite Tequilas, According to Hardcore Fans
PositionTequila NameLikes
9Don Julio Blanco106
10Casa Noble Reposado104
11Patron Silver94
12Casamigos Tequila Reposado84
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Is Don Julio a premium liquor? ›

Don Julio Tequila | Luxury Premium Tequila | Official Site.

What is the most expensive tequila? ›

Tequila Ley .

925 Diamante is the most expensive bottle of tequila ever registered. It was first sold in 2010, after a long process of manufacturing. Designed by Jose Davalos Mejia, the stunning bottle is crafted from five pounds of pure platinum and 4,100 white diamonds.

Is Don Julio worth it? ›

Don Julio 1942 Añejo is a pleasant, sippable tequila. It strays a bit from the norm but is a welcome addition to the añejo category. It's also an easy (if expensive) entry point for newcomers to the aged tequila category.

Why is Don Julio better than Patron? ›

Don Julio has a more potent taste and is very distinctive in flavor. It is better to drink it as is, instead of incorporating it into cocktails because it delivers a unique mix of flavors in each sip. This play of several flavors in every sip makes it more luxurious than Patron.

Is Don Julio like Patron? ›

Don Julio surpasses Patron when it comes to sipping, as it offers a smoother and sweeter taste with less pepper and warmth.

Who is the richest tequila owner? ›

Juan Francisco Beckmann Vidal, chairman of Jose Cuervo, is the wealthiest billionaire whose main business is spirits, placed at #452 on the list. The tycoon, who owns a 70% stake in his Tequila company, has a net worth of US$4.3bn according to Forbes.

What famous actor owns a tequila company? ›

One such great personality is George Clooney, who is considered one of most successful actors of all time, but still a larger share of his wealth comes from his another passion, 'tequila'.

Why is Don Julio called Don Julio? ›

Don Julio Tequila is named after its formidable founder, Don Julio González-Frausto Estrada, who was born in 1925 in the remote highlands of Jalisco, Mexico.

What time do they eat breakfast in Argentina? ›

Breakfast is usually served up until around 10am, and lunch from around noon until 3pm. Hardly any restaurant opens for dinner before 8pm, and in the hotter months – and all year round in Buenos Aires – few people turn up before 10 or even 11pm.

What is a traditional lunch in Argentina? ›

Lunch is usually the largest meal of the day. A favorite at any time is the empanada, a stuffed savory pastry. Two or three of these constitute a main meal at either lunch or dinner and are often eaten as snacks. At dinnertime, an empanada may be ordered as a starter.

How many meals a day in Argentina? ›

Argentineans usually have four meals per day. Breakfast is a simple meal, with café con leche (coffee with milk), pastries or toasts with butter or sour cream, jams or the typical Argentinean dulce de leche (milk caramel).

What is a typical dinner like in Argentina? ›

Asado is both a gathering around a barbecue with friends and a method of grilling; a multi-step affair that often lasts several hours. Expect to find beef, pork, ribs, sausages, blood sausages, and sweetbreads hot off the fire. This is Argentina's traditional food.

What are the manners of Argentina when eating? ›

Most Argentines eat with a knife in the right hand and a fork in the left hand. Using a toothpick in public is considered bad manners. Blowing one's nose or clearing one's throat at the table is also considered poor manners. Eating on public transport is seen as poor etiquette.

What is the national drink of Argentina? ›

Maté is becoming increasingly popular and can be enjoyed at any time of day, on its own or as a blend. But did you know that it is THE national drink in Argentina, and that it is consumed as part of a unique ceremony?

What is the most eaten fruit in Argentina? ›

Oranges are the most popular and most commonly eaten fruit in Argentina. Due to its profitability, the citrus is the most planted fruit in the country, available throughout the year from greengrocers.

What is the most popular dessert in Argentina? ›

Dulce de leche remains the most popular of all Argentine desserts. As it gets used as the main ingredient in many of the country's favorite dessert dishes. This sweet caramel milk cream has the same consistency of jam. It gets made by heating sweetened milk to create a caramelization process.

How to become a Don Julio ambassador? ›

  1. English and Spanish speaking.
  2. Ability to demonstrate an understanding of the Mexican culture and how it relates to tequila.
  3. Strong and notable mixology credentials.
  4. Professional, college educated.
  5. Industry experience and passion for spirits; extensive category knowledge a definite plus.

Who owns Don Julio Mexican? ›

our Founder

After sharing his vision with a local businessman, he's granted a loan to start his first tequila distillery, La Primavera, in the Jaliscan Highlands. For the next forty years, Don Julio González would devote his life to making the world's finest tequila.

Is Don Julio from Mexico? ›

Don Julio is a Tequila brand and distillery in the Los Altos highlands of Jalisco in Mexico. It is both highly regarded critically and one of the best-selling Tequila brands in the world – it is the eighth largest by volume in the United States and the 11th in Mexico.

Who is the CEO of Don Julio tequila? ›

Enrique Moreno - Chairman & CEO - Tequila Don Julio S.A. de C.V G.J | LinkedIn.

Is Don Julio 100% agave? ›

Tequila Don Julio Description

Commonly referred to as “silver” tequila, its crisp agave flavor and hints of citrus make it an essential component to a variety of innovative drinks including margaritas. It can also be enjoyed neat or on the rocks. 100% blue agave plant.

Why is Don Julio hard to find? ›

Diageo PLC said soaring pandemic demand is depleting stocks of Crown Royal whisky, Lagavulin Scotch and Don Julio tequila. These bestselling brands can take months or years to age before hitting liquor-store shelves, making it hard to quickly increase production.

How much does Don Julio usually cost? ›

Don Julio Price Guide
Don Julio Anejo Tequila750 ml$48.99-$51.99
Don Julio 70 Añejo Claro Tequila750 ml$54.99-59.99
Don Julio Reposado Double Cask750 ml$58.99-$59.99
Don Julio 1942 Tequila750 ml$104.99-$119.99
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How much is a shot of Don Julio at a bar? ›

It can range anywhere from $5-$25 or more depending on the location and specific liquor store. In most bars, you'll find it to be between $7-$10 per shot. Additionally, the cost may vary depending on what style of tequila you're ordering. For example, Don Julio Añejo may cost more than Don Julio Blanco.

How much is Don Julio drink? ›

Don Julio tequila bottle prices and sizes
Bottle nameSizePrice
Don Julio Reposado750ml$59
Don Julio Añejo750ml$67
Don Julio 70750ml$78
Don Julio 1942750ml$190
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How many shots of Don Julio does it take to get drunk? ›

The general rule of thumb is you should start feeling moderately drunk after 3 drinks and totally drunk after 4-5 drinks within an hour. Anything more than 4 shots in one hour can be dangerous as it may lead to blackouts and alcohol poisoning.

Can one shot of Don Julio get you drunk? ›

The average person would get mildly drunk on tequila after two shots, moderately drunk after four shots, and very drunk for anything more.

How much is a shot of Don Julio 70 at a bar? ›

How much does a Shot of Don Julio cost at a Bar? A 60ml shot (also known as a double shot) of Don Julio 1942 has an average price of $30 to $50 at a bar.

What's the most expensive tequila? ›

The world's most expensive tequila is Ley Tequila 925 Diamante. The brand is so renowned for its lavish price tags that it even holds a Guinness World Record for the most expensive bottle. While the price is undoubtedly extreme, the bottle itself is every bit as much a treasure as the liquid inside.

What's cheaper Patron or Don Julio? ›

How much does Patron cost? You can typically find a bottle (750ml) of Patron for right around $40 and the same goes for Don Julio.

Is Don Julio stronger than vodka? ›

The overwhelming majority of tequilas and vodkas are both bottled at 80 proof. This means that they all have exactly the same amount of alcohol in them.

How do you drink Don Julio real? ›

  1. Mix Don Julio Blanco Tequila with Orange Juice.
  2. Rim highball glass with sea salt.
  3. Add big ice cubes to the glass.
  4. Add grenadine or substitutes to the glass.
  5. Slowly pour the tequila and orange juice mixture into the glass.
  6. Garnish with a cherry if wanted or an orange twist.

Is Don Julio 1942 cheaper in Mexico? ›

Is Don Julio 1942 cheaper in Mexico? Surprisingly, Don Julio 1942 is priced evenly in both Mexico and the United States, which is unexpected. Even when considering the Duty Free shops at Mexico City's airport, there is no discount offered for this particular Tequila.


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