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Ancestra Tequila Anejo
Anejos
Submitted by Tequila.net     February 08, 2009    
After reading sdnerf's review, I thought that it would be right up my alley. It definitely was. It was everything that I expected it to be. The nose is light, but really interesting. The body is wonderful and the finish is exactly what you want.

Aroma: Light agave, vanilla and spice.
Body: The spice notes and oak start coming through to compliment the agave sweetness. It's a very smooth drink that sits nicely on your palate and allows you to taste each and every flavor.
Finish: A wonderful combination of really mild burn and spice. The sweetness and cinnamon sort of flavors linger nicely.

This bottle is really well priced at $40. The bottle is old school class with the cork top and label. It's not a piece of art like a lot of bottles, but it looks nice on the shelf and keeps a top notch juice inside.
Overall rating 
 
94
Aroma-Nose 
 
93
Initial Taste 
 
93
Body 
 
94
Finish 
 
95
Enjoyability 
 
94
Price 
 
94
Presentation 
 
92
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist February 28, 2012
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After reading sdnerf's review, I thought that it would be right up my alley. It definitely was. It was everything that I expected it to be. The nose is light, but really interesting. The body is wonderful and the finish is exactly what you want.

Aroma: Light agave, vanilla and spice.
Body: The spice notes and oak start coming through to compliment the agave sweetness. It's a very smooth drink that sits nicely on your palate and allows you to taste each and every flavor.
Finish: A wonderful combination of really mild burn and spice. The sweetness and cinnamon sort of flavors linger nicely.

This bottle is really well priced at $40. The bottle is old school class with the cork top and label. It's not a piece of art like a lot of bottles, but it looks nice on the shelf and keeps a top notch juice inside.

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