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Siete Leguas

Jalisco (Ciénega)
Nom 1120

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Scott Sampson
Tequila Ninja
182 ratings

Jay Baer
Tequila Ninja
102 ratings

Relatively light color for anejo. Nice legs. Great clarity. Nose is subdued, which I like in anejo and XA. I get an interesting grilled pineapple smell on this + cinnamon + soil. Much more citrus forward and less oaky than I expected. Tastes of light wood, lemongrass, black pepper. Not vanilla at all for me. Not super complex. Really light barrel hand on this. Modestly long finish that doesn’t change much, but is very pleasant indeed. I’m a fan. This is a blanco drinker’s anejo.

Frankie Medina
Tequila Savant
206 ratings

Asaf Cohen
Tequila Ninja
114 ratings

Jeremy Kinney
Tequila Ninja
125 ratings

Aroma: sweet agave, oak, butterscotch. Stewed or dried fruit… orange rind. A little vanilla, cinnamon and baked bread. Tobacco? Flavor: nice agave mixed with oak, cinnamon and vanilla. There’s a pop to it and spiciness that I like from this brand. It’s fruity to me but cooked fruit. Carmel. Deeper and richer flavor. Dried chatty and plums maybe. Finish: long and tingly. I get a little bit of wet grass toward the end which is really interesting. Overall: this is an outstanding tequila. Lite and well balanced. It’s got some subtle complexity to it- if that’s a thing- and it all works really well together. Some agave, some fruit, some baking spice. I’d pay happy pay double the price for this añejo. It’s a steal. This brand always over delivers.

Don Cervantes
Tequila Ninja
105 ratings

Asaf Cohen
Tequila Ninja
114 ratings

Evan Petrie
Tequila Maniac
37 ratings

Mireille O
Tequila Guru
79 ratings

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