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|NOM :||1108 ,|
|Agave Type :||Tequilana Weber ,|
|Agave Region :||Jalisco (Los Altos) ,|
|Region :||Jalisco (Los Valles) ,|
|Cooking :||Autoclave (high pressure) ,|
|Extraction :||Roller Mill ,|
|Water Source :||Natural spring water ,|
|Fermentation :||Stainless steel tanks, 100% agave, Fermentation without fibers ,|
|Distillation :||2x distilled ,|
|Still :||Copper Pot ,|
|Aging :||American White Oak barrels ,|
|ABV/Proof :||40% abv (80-proof)|
|Other :||No additives|
On the nose, Vanilla, oak and sweet cooked agave. Citrus and caramel, candied orange peel, baking spices and cinnamon. This really has a lot going on. Dried fruit, maybe even a little banana. On the palate, Creamy, cooked agave and vanilla. I taste the oak, caramel, butterscotch. It’s very rich and the depth of flavor is very intense. Top 5 añejo for me. I tried this right alongside the reposado and the intensity of flavor is noticeable. Amazing tequila, great añejo, I’m willing to pay the price for this.
Since 1959, additive free. This is a delicious sipper.
Oak, vanilla, caramel, agave, pepper, butterscotch, toasted nuts, and a touch of apple. Great legs. When in the mood for a rich sweet Añejo, this is hard to beat.
On the nose, cinnamon, cooked agave, vanilla, anise, and hints of oak. The taste consists of a mild agave sweetness. On the finish, very dry, with minimal bite and lingering flavors of cinnamon.
I liike this. Not sweet per se this has an agave sweetness layered onto the barrel elements which add their wood notes of tree fruit, spice, toasted oak to the overall profile.
Like 80% of the reposado rare for 1/3rd of the price, it scratches the same itch for wonderfully aged tequileño. Would recommend anytime and whiskey lovers seem to dig it.
Definitely profiles more barrel than agave, but it’s really amazing. Caramel and nutmeg, this is all I’m going to drink this Christmas
Not your over the top sweet Anejo. Nicely balanced, what an Anejo should taste like when you don’t add additives.
Nose: Subtle, somewhat timid aromas abound. Spice and round fruit notes to begin. A warm allspice, cinnamon and clove spice blend. Citrus, dark cherries and ripe peaches. A leather and vanilla aroma. A light pepper that has a sweet nuance. A hint of butterscotch. Flavors: The flavors are more robust than the nosing. Fruit, dried fruit, spice and nuts: filberts and walnuts. Orange peel and salty toffee. It has building pepper and cinnamon heat that carries a punch, but backs off pretty quickly. Perfect amount of oak presence for my tastes. This has great balance and is my favorite expression of the new Round Bottle releases.
Fruit, dried fruit, vanilla, raisin, oak aromas. Oak, barrel spice, and vanilla flavor. Finish is spicy, with leather, and has a black pepper ending.
Aromas of dried pitted fruit (apricot, plum), whisky, slight clove. Nice, rich mouthfeel, honey taste with a surprising tobacco finish. A mix of 2 yr and 6 yr aged tequilas.
Aroma is a strong agave smell with a bit of a caramel oaky smell Tastes strong on Agave and has an Oaky taste overall strong taste but very smooth would recommend
Oak and agave, two of my favorite flavors. This is a good one. A little pricey, but it’s a solid anejo.
Very smooth smell. Mostly oaky. Tastes warm and smooth with very little bite or burn A bit bourbon-like, but a very solid bourbon. The finish is that of a quality product. 82/bottle is ok. Probably where it should be, but not a $100 bottle. Definitely could sip this regularly After having this a while it is a bit more peaty and oaky than I prefer.
Hoooooleeeeeeeeee sheeeeeeit, what a tequila.
Absolutely loved the finish. Pepper with vanilla coming through as well. The nose had a lot of the barrel but could still get some agave. Flavor was really nice. I typically prefer a blanco but this is a great change of pace.
Bourbon/whiskey like, smooth, VERY oaky, caramel notes
Smooth. Brandy. Caramel
Very delicious Highly recommended
Made a great first impression. Could stand up to a good whisky. The oak and vanilla really comes through. Enough agave to know what you’re drinking. And the finish is long and nice. Picked up another bottle as soon as I found one.
Oak, vanilla, and sweet cooked agave on the nose. Initial taste has quite a bit of oak that fades into a sweet cooked agave finish. This Anejo retains a sweet cooked agave presence while sharing the spotlight with oak barrel flavors.
2 years in barrel.
Smooth aroma, vanilla taste Aged taste Very similar to whiskey, easy finish
Strong smell. Strong darker taste. Not bad after taste.
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Beautiful nose. Barrel notes galore. Fruit? Beautiful tears on the glass. Wow. This is a beautiful Añejo from start to finish. Even better than the repo. I’m impressed.