The Anejo is still agave forward, but the 14+ months aging brings more of the oak to the front, along with a touch of tobacco, vanilla, and almond. It’s a relatively light color and again—very smooth with great viscosity. Great price point too. Would happily recommend to any drinker, beginner to advanced.
The Reposado is aged 6-9 months in Jack Daniels barrels, and pulls in just a touch of oak while retaining the fresh agave. There’s also some almond and cream soda sweetness to balance the oak and agave. Definitely on the sweeter side, but the brand tells me there’s no additives. Very nice!
The Blanco is packed with fresh agave, is buttery smooth, and has a light touch of white pepper and possibly some mint. It’s light, sweet, smooth, and very refreshing. Really nice. Amazing price too.
Agave and brine on the nose. Clean agave and brine, hint of barrel. Smooth finish with no noticeable bite, a very slight bitterness after taste. Overall pretty solid and easy to sip on.