Bottle of Arta Tequila Extra Añejo

Arta Tequila Extra Añejo

Nom
1360
/= @Evan - take the average of the panel and community scores and convert it to a 5 star value: x stars 11 Ratings See All
  • 88 Panel
  • 89 Community
  • + My Rating

Available in the app


{Tequila Name} is a {type} tequila produced by {Brand Name} in {location} Mexico. Tasting notes include hints of {top_1_note}, {top_2_note} and {top_3_note}.
Production Details
NOM : 1360 ,
Agave : Jalisco (Tequila Valley), Single Estate ,
Region : Jalisco (Los Valles) ,
Cooking : Autoclave ,
Extraction : Roller Mill ,
Fermentation : 100% agave, Stainless steel tanks ,
Distillation : 2x distilled ,
Still : Stainless Steel ,
Aging : American Oak barrels, Cognac barrels, Sherry barrels, Used barrels ,
ABV/Proof : 40% abv (80-proof)

Ratings

Personal Scores & Reviews From Our Community

Tequila Aficionado
47 ratings
{rating number converted to 5 star scale} 5 stars
  • 90 Rating
{Tequila Name}

Very good AX. Great nose of caramel, vanilla and agave. Very smooth in the mouth with good finish.

Tequila Fanatic
17 ratings
{rating number converted to 5 star scale} 5 stars
  • 93 Rating
{Tequila Name}

Before I even review go buy this bottle. One of the best tequila I have ever had. Aged in three years in American white oak and then two years split in sherry and cognac and then blended. This is harmonious. Opens with hints of citrus and dark fruits. Initial flavor is agave followed by burnt orange and cognac notes. Long finish that interplays between the sherry and cognac notes. Amazing stuff. Finished the bottle in two days. Kept going back

Tequila Guru
93 ratings
{rating number converted to 5 star scale} 5 stars
  • 90 Rating
{Tequila Name}

Smells of sandalwood and fresh cut pine on the nose. I was expecting a lot of wood flavor but really didn't taste any until the finish and even then it was very light. I picked up on the sherry flavor, but it was much more complex than my pallet could detect. Arta is a very good tequila and I am enjoying it very much.

Tequila Maniac
36 ratings
{rating number converted to 5 star scale} 5 stars
  • 91 Rating
{Tequila Name}

Wonderful notes of cinnamon and toffee. Very smooth and complex. First extra anejo I've had...as someone that also enjoys a good whiskey I'll be trying more of these.

Tequila Phenom
285 ratings
{rating number converted to 5 star scale} 5 stars
  • 85 Rating
{Tequila Name}

Complex aroma with waves of fruit (cherry, pear), citrus, floral, spice (cinnamon, nutmeg) coming in waves then overlapping, combining and separating. The complexity extends to the flavor with most of the aromas presenting in flavor as well with an added tannic/barrel quality. The finish is long. At the price point of $100, this stands up against much more expensive XAs.

Tequila Wizard
594 ratings
{rating number converted to 5 star scale} 5 stars
  • 91 Rating
{Tequila Name}

With a 5-year aging program that involves American white oak, French cognac, and Spanish sherry barrels, I was prepared to experience flavors that compete with each other, but what I found was something entirely different. I found very warm and inviting aromas of deeply toasted agave, vanilla, white chocolate, creamy nuts and cinnamon. If you allow it to open up for about 20 minutes, it really starts to show how sophisticated this tequila is. Pour it in a glass, and don't rush it. This is not an overly-aged tequila. It feels great in your mouth and is not thick or syrupy. For a 5-year product, it is lighter in color than you'd expect, which is something I really appreciate. Flavor is rich and complex. It's very easy to drink, with waves of flavor that evolve as the finish lingers comfortably in your mouth. Vanilla, butter, leather, and a tiny bit of citrus are present. They managed to take three different types of wood and artfully balance them together to make an aged tequila that is worthy of the attention of any tequila lover.