Anejos Mañana Tequila Anejo

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2012 TEQUILA.net Awards - "Best of the Best" Best Highland Añejo Tequila 2011 TEQUILA.net Awards - "Best of the Best" Best Highland Añejo Tequila
2012 TEQUILA.net Awards - Best of the Best 2011 TEQUILA.net Awards - Best of the Best

Tequila Mañana Anejo

Tequila Mañana Añejo: The golden jewel of the crown. Most tequilas earn the “Añejo” category after spending one year in a cask. Our superb, uniquely smooth Añejo spends 2 long years in special casks imported from Milwaukee, USA, before turning into liquid gold and being granted the highest distinction we can bestow on one of our spirits. Its rich, complex taste, with tones of fruit and oak, is full of character yet exquisite; a real delight for palate, nose and sight. Mañana Añejo, the ultimate masterpiece of the tequilero craft, is the kind of drink to share with a very special company, or just to make any sunset bright, vivid and unforgettable.

People will never forget that when you try to do things well, we need to learn to wait, that's why it was named this way, Mañana Tequila. Unique Smoothness.

A unique addition, a miniature metal sculpture recessed in each bottle displaying Mr. Panchito resting in his hammock between 2 palm trees, and holding a bottle of Tequila. (3rd photo)

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Overall rating 
 
91
Aroma-Nose 
 
87  (1)
Initial Taste 
 
90  (1)
Body 
 
93  (1)
Finish 
 
92  (1)
Enjoyability 
 
91  (1)
Price 
 
90  (1)
Presentation 
 
93  (1)
Manana is another brand that I've been curious about for a while. I was fortunate enough to get my hands on a sample of the anejo. If you follow my reviews, you'll already know that I generally have an affinity for a juice coming out of NOM 1414. They all have something similar, but there's many brands that are also very different. We'll have to see where Manana falls into that mix.

Aroma: A light nose with cooked agave, vanilla, spice and a hint of anise.

Initial Taste: A fruity agave entry. Lots of berries, vanilla and agave with light spice. A lot of flavor with such a light nose.

Body: A complex mix, but very well balanced. Fruity agave, vanilla custard, baking spice and just a tiny peppery kick. This is an extremely good balance and the flavor just shines.

Finish: A nicely balanced finish with the aforementioned flavors that fades away nicely after a medium length stay.

This is a really pleasant sipper. There's a lighter agave flavor and spice because of the aging, but the barrel flavors of vanilla, fruit and baking spice combine really well. It is an anejo that is on the sweeter side, but it's really well balanced and not too sweet to lose the tequila essence entirely. This is a good option for both seasoned sippers and new tequila drinkers.
Overall rating 
 
91
Aroma-Nose 
 
87
Initial Taste 
 
90
Body 
 
93
Finish 
 
92
Enjoyability 
 
91
Price 
 
90
Presentation 
 
93
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist May 08, 2013
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Manana is another brand that I've been curious about for a while. I was fortunate enough to get my hands on a sample of the anejo. If you follow my reviews, you'll already know that I generally have an affinity for a juice coming out of NOM 1414. They all have something similar, but there's many brands that are also very different. We'll have to see where Manana falls into that mix.

Aroma: A light nose with cooked agave, vanilla, spice and a hint of anise.

Initial Taste: A fruity agave entry. Lots of berries, vanilla and agave with light spice. A lot of flavor with such a light nose.

Body: A complex mix, but very well balanced. Fruity agave, vanilla custard, baking spice and just a tiny peppery kick. This is an extremely good balance and the flavor just shines.

Finish: A nicely balanced finish with the aforementioned flavors that fades away nicely after a medium length stay.

This is a really pleasant sipper. There's a lighter agave flavor and spice because of the aging, but the barrel flavors of vanilla, fruit and baking spice combine really well. It is an anejo that is on the sweeter side, but it's really well balanced and not too sweet to lose the tequila essence entirely. This is a good option for both seasoned sippers and new tequila drinkers.

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