Submitted by Tequila.net March 31, 2007
Deep polished copper-gold colour with medium viscosity. Nose suggests dried fruit, honey and baked agave. First sip is semi-sweet with a creamy soft mouthfeel. An overreaching bitterness quickly develops as the nose deepens to include caramel, bitter spice and a pleasing earthy depth. Don Fulano opens up slightly in the body with wood and spice, and finishes slowly but with little distinction, mainly oak and earth. Overall it is a decent and attractively packaged anejo but maybe a little too bitter for this reviewer's taste.