A unique triple barreled (two years in American White Oak, and two years between French Cognac and Spanish Sherry barrels). Gives a nice layered effect, but I do get an off putting taste off the aqua-filter water supply possibly. Overall a very nice and bold extra Anejo, on the sweet side, but with little less syrupy presence as some of the others on the market at this time.
Lou does another edition of "You Can't Take It With You" with Arta Extra Añejo.
Arta Tequila has introduced its five-year-old Extra Añejo Tequila, which is aged in three different types of barrel, to Colorado in the US.
Minneapolis agency Griffin Archer created this video spot for small-batch tequila brand Arta Tequila.
Sort of a poor man's Tears of Llorona from the triple barreling, this batch 03 release is very nice and not overly wooded as you might think from an XA that is a blend of Tequilas aged 3 years or more. This is quite a bargain right now at 99 dollars. Barrel spice of oak, vanilla, cinnamon all taste very natural and not "enriched". Finish lingers and ends with some ethanol and agave sweetness. All in all an interesting and tasty project.