Aroma: Cooked agave, and fruit. Caramel, butterscotch. Toffee. Candied Orange peel. Pineapple rind. Palate: Agave and vanilla right off the bat. Fruity, rich. Definitely getting the burnt Orange a bit, and a toasted almond. Verdict: Very interesting and complex. I bought this on a whim at my local Total Wined based on a combination of me having a coupon and a somewhat favorable review of the añejo from Lou Agave. If this has additives, it’s exceptionally well done, but I suspect the sherry cask finish is putting in some work here. Not a dessert tequila, but sweet enough to satisfy a minor sweet tooth. I like it alot, I’ll be keeping this around, it definitely scratched a particular itch.
Exceptional value for this Anejo. Fancy bottle and all. Not the best made Anejo but flavors and aromas were all there.
The shot glass edition. Nice bourbon notes on the nose and in the mouth. Barrel spice and some alcohol buzz and numbing, round out the rest of the profile of this reposado.
I don't normally rate a?ejo's this well but this one really stands out to me.
Blind Tasting: Six Anejos Fom The Same Distillery (episode 79) tequila review
From a recent bottle which no longer carries the 4 year age statement. The online retailer showed the square ceramic bottle, but shipped the round glass one. Grr