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Azuñia Tequila Añejo

Azuñia Tequila Añejo is 100% Agave, and aged in American oak barrels for a minumum of one year.

In the heart of Jalisco, Mexico, lies the world’s most perfect soil and climate for growing Weber Blue Agave. The fertile volcanic territory and the soil naturally deposited over 200,000 years ago by the once active Tequila Volcano. It is here, in the heart of the Tequila Valley, that Azuñia Tequila is created.

Azuñia Tequila starts with only perfectly aged Weber Blue Agave, which grows harmoniously for 8 to 10 years in our sun-drenched fields surrounding the small town of Amatitan. Each agave plant receives naturally produced rich nutrients from the fertile volcanic earth and a regime of seasonal weather.

December, 2011 - Sunny Garcia is named brand ambassador for Azuñia Tequila. Sunny is a world class surfer, world traveler, and connoisseur of fine food and drink.

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Azunia Anejo * Tasted September 2009 * Riedel Tequila Glass

Appearance: medium amber, golden hues - thick body and slow tears
Aroma: spiced agave and wood, light floral with hints of lemon and cherry
Initial Taste: sweet agave, light caramel and wood
Spirit Body: buttery agave, citrus, hints of vanilla and chocolate
Finish / Aftertaste: warm mouthfeel, woody lemon finish with medium mint aftertaste
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Reviewed by Tequila.net September 30, 2009
Last updated: September 30, 2009
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Azunia Anejo * Tasted September 2009 * Riedel Tequila Glass

Appearance: medium amber, golden hues - thick body and slow tears
Aroma: spiced agave and wood, light floral with hints of lemon and cherry
Initial Taste: sweet agave, light caramel and wood
Spirit Body: buttery agave, citrus, hints of vanilla and chocolate
Finish / Aftertaste: warm mouthfeel, woody lemon finish with medium mint aftertaste

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Nice deep color, coper with gold, very heavy body with tears coming down very slowly forming nice legs. Notes are very nice with caramel, citrus, some berries and some earthy characters. taste nice to the paler with sweet caramel and then in evolves showing its complexity with notes of citrus, earth and some other fruits. Price is excellent for the liquid, specially when in sale at 25, can get a better deal than that.
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Reviewed by jagghb April 10, 2014
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Nice price

Nice deep color, coper with gold, very heavy body with tears coming down very slowly forming nice legs. Notes are very nice with caramel, citrus, some berries and some earthy characters. taste nice to the paler with sweet caramel and then in evolves showing its complexity with notes of citrus, earth and some other fruits. Price is excellent for the liquid, specially when in sale at 25, can get a better deal than that.

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After tasting the blanco and reposado, I didn't have the highest of expectations for this anejo, but it was an extremely pleasant surprise. It has a very complex flavor and some very unique tastes that make it an excellent tequila.

Aroma: Agave, spice and fruit (mostly citrus, but a bit sweeter)
Initial Taste: A nice agave entry with the fruits coming through nicely (lemon and cherry). It almost tastes like agave mixed with cherry jolly rancher. Sweet, but with a little tart added. Very unique and impressive.
Body: A nice thick anejo body that allows all of the flavors to coat your tongue. Spices and wood are added into the mix...also a bit of what tastes like dark chocolate.
Finish: A nice smooth finish. No burn at all and just a nice bit of spice to remind you that it was there. Fairly short in duration.

The bottle itself doesn't scream out to you that a good juice is inside, but give it a try and I'm sure that you'll be pleasantly surprised. This is first class tequila. I've seen it for as much as $55 online, but I was able to get it at a closeout price at Total Beverage for $25 a bottle. If they still have it, go get some...for that price, it's a steal.
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Reviewed by Tequila Tourist March 15, 2012
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After tasting the blanco and reposado, I didn't have the highest of expectations for this anejo, but it was an extremely pleasant surprise. It has a very complex flavor and some very unique tastes that make it an excellent tequila.

Aroma: Agave, spice and fruit (mostly citrus, but a bit sweeter)
Initial Taste: A nice agave entry with the fruits coming through nicely (lemon and cherry). It almost tastes like agave mixed with cherry jolly rancher. Sweet, but with a little tart added. Very unique and impressive.
Body: A nice thick anejo body that allows all of the flavors to coat your tongue. Spices and wood are added into the mix...also a bit of what tastes like dark chocolate.
Finish: A nice smooth finish. No burn at all and just a nice bit of spice to remind you that it was there. Fairly short in duration.

The bottle itself doesn't scream out to you that a good juice is inside, but give it a try and I'm sure that you'll be pleasantly surprised. This is first class tequila. I've seen it for as much as $55 online, but I was able to get it at a closeout price at Total Beverage for $25 a bottle. If they still have it, go get some...for that price, it's a steal.

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I was referred to this fine Tequila by a friend that wanted me to experience a truly fine Anejo Tequila. And he was right on with Azunia! It has a warm almost sweet mouth feel, with little or none of the usual tequila burn; with a delicate yet definitely agave flavor on the finish. This has fast become a favorite Anejo to consume and serve to my friends. I always get raves when it is first tasted. It is not hard to see their committment to quality and to producing a great tequila..."Bravo Azunia"!!
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94
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Reviewed by KaseP December 05, 2011
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I was referred to this fine Tequila by a friend that wanted me to experience a truly fine Anejo Tequila. And he was right on with Azunia! It has a warm almost sweet mouth feel, with little or none of the usual tequila burn; with a delicate yet definitely agave flavor on the finish. This has fast become a favorite Anejo to consume and serve to my friends. I always get raves when it is first tasted. It is not hard to see their committment to quality and to producing a great tequila..."Bravo Azunia"!!

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Bought this little gem this week for $55 at local store and had 4 oz last night in a 2 oz shoot glass neat of course. I love this anejo, as does my wife... which in itself is odd. It has a sweet caramel nose and setts on your tongue with ease. Very sweet with a slight smoke finish not oily, nothing heavy at all. Lacks the bold finish of other fine anejo's but this is not necessarily a bad thing. I n a word smooooooooooooth. If I had to complain about any one thing it would be the presentation. Blah bottle, they can do better. If you want to share a tequila with friends this will not disappoint.
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98
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Reviewed by sdnerf February 20, 2010
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Bought this little gem this week for $55 at local store and had 4 oz last night in a 2 oz shoot glass neat of course. I love this anejo, as does my wife... which in itself is odd. It has a sweet caramel nose and setts on your tongue with ease. Very sweet with a slight smoke finish not oily, nothing heavy at all. Lacks the bold finish of other fine anejo's but this is not necessarily a bad thing. I n a word smooooooooooooth. If I had to complain about any one thing it would be the presentation. Blah bottle, they can do better. If you want to share a tequila with friends this will not disappoint.

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Tasted out of a caballito. Azunia anejo completes a great line. One of the 'better' of the new tequilas recently coming to the market. Very 'sippable'. This is definitely one I'd recommend to new tequila sippers. Aroma: A 'classic' anejo nose full of fruit and caramel. Initial Taste: semi oily mouth feel. A sweet entry with no bitterness. Initial taste was of fruit (berry). Body: A great agave body with compliments of berry, caramel, ever so slight smoke, and slight pepper. Finish: A slightly heated finish of medium duration with a fruity caramel lingering.
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94
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Reviewed by Piña September 11, 2009
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Tasted out of a caballito. Azunia anejo completes a great line. One of the 'better' of the new tequilas recently coming to the market. Very 'sippable'. This is definitely one I'd recommend to new tequila sippers. Aroma: A 'classic' anejo nose full of fruit and caramel. Initial Taste: semi oily mouth feel. A sweet entry with no bitterness. Initial taste was of fruit (berry). Body: A great agave body with compliments of berry, caramel, ever so slight smoke, and slight pepper. Finish: A slightly heated finish of medium duration with a fruity caramel lingering.

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