Anejos Aha Yeto Tequila Anejo

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Submitted by Piña     September 29, 2008    
 
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Tequila Aha Yeto Anejo

Aha Yeto Anejo Tequila Artesanal - 100% Agave, aged a minimum of one year. This Tequila is made in a small distillery in Jesus Maria, a rural area in the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico. It is made from estate grown, mature agave plants, and developed by experienced distillers to capture the highest quality alcohols and agave characteristics. Meant for sipping straight as it is smooth with quite a unique flavor.

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A very nice tequila, but not as good as the reposado. The extra aging adds a smoothness, but also seems to mellow the flavors a bit more.

Aroma: Agave, Vanilla and Wood. A nice mixture.
Initial Taste: Very Sweet. Almost too much so.
Body: Wood comes through a bit more and it's a medium body.
Finish: Almost no burn and a lighter spice linger than the repo. More vanilla and agave than spice with no tingle.

Maybe I just like a bit more burn and flavor. This is still a really good tequila, but just not my favorite from the line...which are all really good. The bottle looks fantastic and the plastic stopper is cheap. I'd happily still recommend it to friends who love tequila.
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91
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92
Initial Taste 
 
91
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91
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90
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91
Price 
 
91
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93
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist February 28, 2012
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A very nice tequila, but not as good as the reposado. The extra aging adds a smoothness, but also seems to mellow the flavors a bit more.

Aroma: Agave, Vanilla and Wood. A nice mixture.
Initial Taste: Very Sweet. Almost too much so.
Body: Wood comes through a bit more and it's a medium body.
Finish: Almost no burn and a lighter spice linger than the repo. More vanilla and agave than spice with no tingle.

Maybe I just like a bit more burn and flavor. This is still a really good tequila, but just not my favorite from the line...which are all really good. The bottle looks fantastic and the plastic stopper is cheap. I'd happily still recommend it to friends who love tequila.

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Bought some today 2/22/10 on the advice of the store owner, paid $55... Drinking it as we speak from a 4 oz. shot glass. This is one smooth anejo my friends. Has a typical straw color that you would expect from a quality anejo, has a subtle nose that hides the true surprise that awaits you. Sniff sniff, Let it settle on your tongue for a bit and you'll discover a rich full body almost begging you to hold it just a bit longer. Not very oily but some tears, there are simple hints of the barrel, caramel, peppers... Has a slight spicy taste on the tongue on the way down, but nothing over bearing. So smooth and a nice finish, almost bold and yet
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Reviewed by sdnerf February 22, 2010
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Bought some today 2/22/10 on the advice of the store owner, paid $55... Drinking it as we speak from a 4 oz. shot glass. This is one smooth anejo my friends. Has a typical straw color that you would expect from a quality anejo, has a subtle nose that hides the true surprise that awaits you. Sniff sniff, Let it settle on your tongue for a bit and you'll discover a rich full body almost begging you to hold it just a bit longer. Not very oily but some tears, there are simple hints of the barrel, caramel, peppers... Has a slight spicy taste on the tongue on the way down, but nothing over bearing. So smooth and a nice finish, almost bold and yet

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Tasted on 9/20/08 out of a double ball glass. I preferred the blanco of this line. I feel like the agave flavor kind of got lost along the way with this anejo. It just didn't stand out to me.

Aroma: A nose of vanilla and floral.
Initial Taste: On the tip of tongue, it's sweet with no bitterness. Initial taste was vanilla. A semi oily mouth feel.
Body: A body of agave, vanilla, and wood.
Finish: A short semi heated finish with an aftertaste of vanilla.
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88
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87
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90
Price 
 
90
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Reviewed by Piña October 13, 2008
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Tasted on 9/20/08 out of a double ball glass. I preferred the blanco of this line. I feel like the agave flavor kind of got lost along the way with this anejo. It just didn't stand out to me.

Aroma: A nose of vanilla and floral.
Initial Taste: On the tip of tongue, it's sweet with no bitterness. Initial taste was vanilla. A semi oily mouth feel.
Body: A body of agave, vanilla, and wood.
Finish: A short semi heated finish with an aftertaste of vanilla.

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