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Blue Head Anejo Tequila

Blue Head Anejo is made from 100% Tequilana Weber Blue Agave. With a strength of 40%, and an aging process of 20 months, this tequila is a nice surprise for the best tasters of the world.

Blue Head Tequila Anejo achieves its smooth taste through its long aging period in oak barrels. The crystal appearance reveals its purity and careful development process. An excellent premium spirit because of its taste and consistency.

Blue Head Tequila is exceptional for many reasons, 100% Natural, 100% Blue Agave, 100% Custom Made Bottle. It began in the finest growing region in Mexico, in Guadalajara there is a region with perfect soil and climate which allows the sugar and acid balances of the "Weber Tequilana" Blue Agave to mature and produce an "agave plant" unequaled elsewhere in the world.

Honor and tradition, combined with true attention to detail and quality, have paved the way for this fine brand of Tequila. Blue Head Tequila offers the taste of authenticity, of true Tequila, and of Mexico.

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To me this is a fine anejo for sipping while enjoying a nice cigar. I first tried it on our vacation a few weeks ago in Puerto Vallarta in the state of Jalisco. The name Blue Head is sort of odd, and the face painted Indian on the bottle gave me the impression this might be very dangerous stuff. But a free sample is, well, free. First impression was the aroma that smells of light caramel, agave, and earth. The mouth is a little oily but with only a hint of sweetness. The finish is long-lasting, warm, and with no alcohol burn. This is a tequila that I would proudly serve to my friends, especially those that like fine cognac and champagne. Salud.
Overall rating 
 
91
Aroma-Nose 
 
93
Initial Taste 
 
91
Body 
 
91
Finish 
 
92
Enjoyability 
 
92
Price 
 
88
Presentation 
 
84
Reviewed by pastelito December 29, 2008
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To me this is a fine anejo for sipping while enjoying a nice cigar. I first tried it on our vacation a few weeks ago in Puerto Vallarta in the state of Jalisco. The name Blue Head is sort of odd, and the face painted Indian on the bottle gave me the impression this might be very dangerous stuff. But a free sample is, well, free. First impression was the aroma that smells of light caramel, agave, and earth. The mouth is a little oily but with only a hint of sweetness. The finish is long-lasting, warm, and with no alcohol burn. This is a tequila that I would proudly serve to my friends, especially those that like fine cognac and champagne. Salud.

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