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Submitted by Piña     December 12, 2008    
 
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Tequila Campo Azul Anejo

Campo Azul Tequila Anejo is 100% Agave, and aged for over 12 months in white oak barrels. Campo Azul Select Series is a line of products specially developed for aficionados with a demanding palate, that enjoy products of quality and finesse. The full line of Campo Azul Tequilas carry an authentic hologram, partially covering the cap of the bottle, to guarantee the quality and safety of the contents.

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Aroma-Nose 
 
82  (1)
Initial Taste 
 
81  (1)
Body 
 
81  (1)
Finish 
 
82  (1)
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Purchased bottle for $25. tasted out of snifter at home. As the recession rolls on, I keep my eye out for the deals I can find on tequilas. While the price point on this anejo is awesome, the tequila itself is not. A low 'B' in my book. Lots of alcohol taste throughout. Not as smooth as I'd like for an anejo. I've had reposados smoother than this! Yet, for $26 bux, what should I expect?

Aroma: A burning nose of alcohol and vanilla.
Initial Taste: A heated entry, a semi oily mouth feel. Some bitterness, with an initial taste of vanilla.
Body: Very woody agave, fruit, vanilla, and spice.
Finish: A heated finish of medium duration. A lingering alcohol taste with slight vanilla aftertaste.

Even at $26, probably not something I am going to purchase again.
Overall rating 
 
82
Aroma-Nose 
 
82
Initial Taste 
 
81
Body 
 
81
Finish 
 
82
Enjoyability 
 
82
Price 
 
83
Presentation 
 
90
Reviewed by Piña January 12, 2009
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Purchased bottle for $25. tasted out of snifter at home. As the recession rolls on, I keep my eye out for the deals I can find on tequilas. While the price point on this anejo is awesome, the tequila itself is not. A low 'B' in my book. Lots of alcohol taste throughout. Not as smooth as I'd like for an anejo. I've had reposados smoother than this! Yet, for $26 bux, what should I expect?

Aroma: A burning nose of alcohol and vanilla.
Initial Taste: A heated entry, a semi oily mouth feel. Some bitterness, with an initial taste of vanilla.
Body: Very woody agave, fruit, vanilla, and spice.
Finish: A heated finish of medium duration. A lingering alcohol taste with slight vanilla aftertaste.

Even at $26, probably not something I am going to purchase again.

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