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Siembra Azul

Jalisco (Los Altos Southern)
Nom 1414

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Cliff Harvey
Tequila Lover
10 ratings

Adam Duri
Tequila Freak
25 ratings

Mark Cherney
Tequila Freak
21 ratings

this was my favorite of the three Siembra XA that I tried. this is for the 2014 year bottle. Aroma - sweet caramel /cooked agave says yellow as it enters your mouth. then comes on a little peppery heat, some dark fruit (plum) I really like the way this smells. makes it so I can't wait to taste. Taste- starts out sweet just like the nose. sweet agave says yellow on this one with a little vanilla and caramel mixes in then light pepper comes in and leaves pretty quicly followed by some light oak. doesn't end as bitter as the Suro and pinera. finish: dry with a light oaky, earthy bitterness. not a lot just enough to balance out the initial sweetness. This is my favorite of the three siembra Azul XAs. I could definitely see this as an after dinner drink.

Mark Cherney
Tequila Freak
21 ratings

Aroma: cooked agave, butterscotch, vanilla followed by a light pepper and heat. taste: sweet cooked agave comes through in the beginning followed by some fruit (pear) then enters some oaky bitterness and heat then rhey say good by and slowly fade out finish: light oak bitterness and heat. I like the finish on this. leaves me wanting to have another sip overall, I enjoyed this XA and love the character it has. it makes a really nice sipping tequila and would go great with a nice cigar or even some chocolate.

Mark Cherney
Tequila Freak
21 ratings

Aroma: peppery, vegetal with a slight sweet melon smell as well. taste: Bite up front from the peppery heat then the cooked agave comes through with light butterscotch and vanilla followed by some oak bitterness and a woody taste. finish: the oaky woody bitterness lingers and then gently fades away. overall it's a great Xtra Anejo. I could enjoy this with a good cigar.

t k
Tequila Freak
21 ratings

Rob Meyers
Tequila Lover
14 ratings

Cole Larson
Tequila Fan
2 ratings

Stephanie Cox
Tequila Fan
2 ratings

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The Inquirer
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Drink: Siembra Azul Suro Extra Añejo

He will, however, make an exception - ¡con gusto! - for the extraordinary extra añejos his distillery just issued, the five-year-old "Suro" aged in spicy American oak from the Ozarks, and the seven-year-old "Piñera" aged in French wood.

Zagat Blog
Jul 01, 2013

Tequila’s Restaurant Owner Releases Two New Extra Añejo Tequilas

This month, Siembra Azul is adding two new tequilas to its lineup, and both are extra añejo (aka aged longer than usual - and "extra tasty," in our own, tequila-loving opinon).