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Tequila Querido Viejo Anejo

Tequila Querido Viejo Anejo - Aged 2 years in Canadian Whiskey oak barrels, QV Anejo separates itself from the competition with a unique sweet distinctive flavor that embodies the palate and enhances the spirit.

Tequila Querido Viejo was first produced back in 1995 by Xochitl Livier Reynoso Zamora under the name "Mi Viejo", and was changed to "Querido Viejo" due to legal issues. The recipe however remains the same.

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Querido Viejo Anejo NOM 1431 Tasted on 3/7/08 at 11pm. I tasted this tequila at my house in a Riedel glass from a bottle I was given by the kind folks at Querido Viejo. Each bottle is numbered and comes in a rustic wooden box with a custom bottle stopper. While the bottle comes with the custom bottle stopper, I would not recommend using it. The stopper does not properly seal the bottle and, thus, I would not recommend using it for anything other than short term use. The tequila is a yellow golden color and has intense aromas of floral and fruit. Less apparent aromas include moderate earth and caramel followed by vanilla and spice. Initial aspects of the tequila are a medium to heavy mouth feel that provides a mellow and soft sensation on the tongue. Upon first taste, the tequila has no bitterness and a moderate level of sweetness. Flavors of Querido Viejo Anejo include intense caramel followed by moderate to intense agave, earth, and floral aspects. Finishing with moderate vanilla and mild aspects of wood, this tequila experience comes to an end with a long duration of flavor and numbing alcohol intensity with a refreshing amount of caramel on the backend. In my opinion, this tequila is well worth trying and using my rating scale I have award Querido Viejo Anejo tequila with the rating of 92 points out of 100.
Overall rating 
 
92
Aroma-Nose 
 
92
Initial Taste 
 
92
Body 
 
92
Finish 
 
92
Enjoyability 
 
92
Price 
 
92
Presentation 
 
92
Reviewed by Tequila Joe March 15, 2008
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Querido Viejo Anejo NOM 1431 Tasted on 3/7/08 at 11pm. I tasted this tequila at my house in a Riedel glass from a bottle I was given by the kind folks at Querido Viejo. Each bottle is numbered and comes in a rustic wooden box with a custom bottle stopper. While the bottle comes with the custom bottle stopper, I would not recommend using it. The stopper does not properly seal the bottle and, thus, I would not recommend using it for anything other than short term use. The tequila is a yellow golden color and has intense aromas of floral and fruit. Less apparent aromas include moderate earth and caramel followed by vanilla and spice. Initial aspects of the tequila are a medium to heavy mouth feel that provides a mellow and soft sensation on the tongue. Upon first taste, the tequila has no bitterness and a moderate level of sweetness. Flavors of Querido Viejo Anejo include intense caramel followed by moderate to intense agave, earth, and floral aspects. Finishing with moderate vanilla and mild aspects of wood, this tequila experience comes to an end with a long duration of flavor and numbing alcohol intensity with a refreshing amount of caramel on the backend. In my opinion, this tequila is well worth trying and using my rating scale I have award Querido Viejo Anejo tequila with the rating of 92 points out of 100.

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