Anejos Bracero Tequila Anejo

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Tequila Bracero Añejo

Tequila Bracero Añejo is produced with the finest 100% Blue Agave harvested from El Arenal, just minutes away from Tequila, Jalisco. Bracero Añejo is aged for a minimum of one year in white oak barrels.

The Bracero name honors the Mexican laborers who came to the United States in the 1940's to help fill the massive labor shortage created by the country’s involvement in World War II.

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87  (1)
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This is a value tequila. It won't blow you away by any means but for under $15 (at Wine & Liquor Depot), it's well worth a look...especially if you like anise flavor in your tequila.

Aroma: Light scent of agave and wood.
Initial Taste: Not overwhelming agave. Almost watery when compared to the thicker anejos. Similar flavor profile to the nose of agave and wood notes.
Body: This is a dark anejo that has a thinner feel than most. The body brings out more of the wood and earth characteristics of this one along with some anise.
Finish: A medium length black liquorice finish. Interesting for a value brand, but very clearly there. I'm not a big fan of anise, but it at least makes this tequila interesting.

Overall, this isn't really a tequila for me, but for $15-20 and if you like anise, it's probably a really good value for the buyer.
Overall rating 
 
88
Aroma-Nose 
 
87
Initial Taste 
 
87
Body 
 
88
Finish 
 
87
Enjoyability 
 
87
Price 
 
93
Presentation 
 
90
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist March 22, 2012
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This is a value tequila. It won't blow you away by any means but for under $15 (at Wine & Liquor Depot), it's well worth a look...especially if you like anise flavor in your tequila.

Aroma: Light scent of agave and wood.
Initial Taste: Not overwhelming agave. Almost watery when compared to the thicker anejos. Similar flavor profile to the nose of agave and wood notes.
Body: This is a dark anejo that has a thinner feel than most. The body brings out more of the wood and earth characteristics of this one along with some anise.
Finish: A medium length black liquorice finish. Interesting for a value brand, but very clearly there. I'm not a big fan of anise, but it at least makes this tequila interesting.

Overall, this isn't really a tequila for me, but for $15-20 and if you like anise, it's probably a really good value for the buyer.

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