Anejos Sol Azul Tequila Anejo

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Sol Azul Anejo Tequila

Sol Azul Anejo Tequila is 100% Weber Blue agave. This grade is taken from only the most premium tequila and left to rest for a period of twelve months or more, giving it exquisite flavor and allowing it to become one of Mexico's finest tequilas.

Sol Azul Anjeo was developed specifically for the tequila connoisseur that wants the ultimate taste of the blue agave combined with just a hint of the taste that time in a premium oak barrel will give a tequila. Of course we start with only the finest blue agave. This premium agave goes to our exceptional tequila producers, who, with the knowledge that only comes with years of experience developed the process from which our premium tequila arrives. Then into barrels for its proper rest and the final product is why people say "Si, si Sol Azul".

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Tasted out of double ball glass. Purchased bottle for $19.99. Budget week rolls on. This anejo is pretty darn decent for UNDER twenty bux. Yet another solid 'B+' tequila in my book. Sol Azul has done a very good job!

Aroma: The nose was a 'soft' nose of vanilla.
Initial Taste: An oily mouth feel. Upon entry it was sweet with no bitterness. First flavor I tasted was of caramel.
Body: A very present and somewhat complex body of agave, cinnamon, and pepper, with a lighter hint of citrus.
Finish: A long heated finish with a lingering spicy finish.

Yet another lesson: Never judge a tequila by its price!
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89
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87
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89
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93
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Reviewed by Piña October 09, 2008
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Tasted out of double ball glass. Purchased bottle for $19.99. Budget week rolls on. This anejo is pretty darn decent for UNDER twenty bux. Yet another solid 'B+' tequila in my book. Sol Azul has done a very good job!

Aroma: The nose was a 'soft' nose of vanilla.
Initial Taste: An oily mouth feel. Upon entry it was sweet with no bitterness. First flavor I tasted was of caramel.
Body: A very present and somewhat complex body of agave, cinnamon, and pepper, with a lighter hint of citrus.
Finish: A long heated finish with a lingering spicy finish.

Yet another lesson: Never judge a tequila by its price!

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Tasted in a caballito on April 11, 2008 showing thick lasting legs on the glass.

Sol Azul Anejo

Color: light golden hue
Aroma: vanilla
Taste: carmel apple sprinkled with cayenne pepper. medium to heavy body with a very long lasting smooth burn numbing the entire mouth. a bite that I would expect from a Reposado more than an Anejo

The Sol Azul Anejo bottle with it's cork and glass stopper is a nice touch. For the price and quality (even with the bite) Sol Azul Anejo is one of my three favorite anejo at the time of this writing along with Casa Noble & Don Julio 1942.
Overall rating 
 
95
Aroma-Nose 
 
95
Initial Taste 
 
95
Body 
 
95
Finish 
 
95
Enjoyability 
 
92
Price 
 
97
Presentation 
 
95
Reviewed by senor pescados April 11, 2008
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Tasted in a caballito on April 11, 2008 showing thick lasting legs on the glass.

Sol Azul Anejo

Color: light golden hue
Aroma: vanilla
Taste: carmel apple sprinkled with cayenne pepper. medium to heavy body with a very long lasting smooth burn numbing the entire mouth. a bite that I would expect from a Reposado more than an Anejo

The Sol Azul Anejo bottle with it's cork and glass stopper is a nice touch. For the price and quality (even with the bite) Sol Azul Anejo is one of my three favorite anejo at the time of this writing along with Casa Noble & Don Julio 1942.

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