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Tequila Esperanto Anejo

Tequila Esperanto Anejo is elaborated with great dedication and under strict quality procedures, in one of the oldest and traditional distilleries of Tequila, Jalisco well-known as "El Llano".

We carefully select the blue agave, "Tequilana Weber", and after cooking we initiate the extraction of the nectar, and then our Tequila is submitted under a process of triple distillation. Afterwards the Tequila rests in oak barrels, until reaching the necessary aging, containing a magnificent body and bouquet.

Esperanto Tequila Anejo is aged 3 years in white oak barrels, acquiring exquisite wood flavor that denotes the quality of our fine Tequila, in both body and bouquet.

The design of the case is hand crafted by the reknown mexican artist Genaro Pimientel.

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Bought in Mexico small bottle
Dont remember the price but it was an excellent tequila
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Reviewed by lmsnare February 13, 2011
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Bought in Mexico small bottle
Dont remember the price but it was an excellent tequila

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Tried a variety of Tequila when I was in Mexico and picked this as one of the three bottles I brought back. I choose this one because it is smooth from start to finish and is a good Tequila when you plan on sipping for quite awhile. The sweetness of the Agave comes out a little more than the wood flavors, but this allows (at least for me) to sip well into the late hours. The Initial Taste, Body, and Finish almost have no significant difference.

Mexico the bottle was $46US.

Beautiful bottle, unfortunately the decorative agave plant is very fragile.
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Reviewed by kraft4a3 March 22, 2010
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Tried a variety of Tequila when I was in Mexico and picked this as one of the three bottles I brought back. I choose this one because it is smooth from start to finish and is a good Tequila when you plan on sipping for quite awhile. The sweetness of the Agave comes out a little more than the wood flavors, but this allows (at least for me) to sip well into the late hours. The Initial Taste, Body, and Finish almost have no significant difference.

Mexico the bottle was $46US.

Beautiful bottle, unfortunately the decorative agave plant is very fragile.

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