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Farias Anejo Tequila

Farias Anejo Tequila - The Farias family was established in Jalisco with the marriage of Don Heraclio Farias Vargas y Machuca to Doña Teresa Alvarez del Castillo. They inherited a legacy of tradition, work, and great renown. And 100 years later, their heirs pay tribute to their distinguished origins.

Tequila Farias is elaborated with great detail and care by the best distilleries in Tequila Jalisco, specializing in the cultivation of the finest agaves known as "Blue Agave Tequilana Weber", thereby guaranteeing the best distilled Tequila settled in oak barrels and bottled with the highest quality of certificate of origin.

Its exclusive glass bottle is noteworthy for being the only one in the world which guarantees the quality and preservation of the Tequila in its unique horizontal position.

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Where to begin... I definitely like the presentation of Farias Anejo. The bottle is unique and different (although it's very difficult to pour). The price is not too high; I think I paid $18 at El Carmen. But honestly, you can get much better for that price.

I found Farias to be much too smokey for my taste. The wood is moderate to heavy and the agave gets lost in it all. There was almost no sweetness to balance out the bitterness brought on by the smoke and wood.

The bottle might be nice in a collection for show, but I will not be tasting Farias Anejo again soon.
Overall rating 
 
85
Aroma-Nose 
 
83
Initial Taste 
 
83
Body 
 
85
Finish 
 
83
Enjoyability 
 
85
Price 
 
90
Presentation 
 
93
Reviewed by tvJefe September 24, 2007
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Where to begin... I definitely like the presentation of Farias Anejo. The bottle is unique and different (although it's very difficult to pour). The price is not too high; I think I paid $18 at El Carmen. But honestly, you can get much better for that price.

I found Farias to be much too smokey for my taste. The wood is moderate to heavy and the agave gets lost in it all. There was almost no sweetness to balance out the bitterness brought on by the smoke and wood.

The bottle might be nice in a collection for show, but I will not be tasting Farias Anejo again soon.

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