Anejos Stallion Tequila Anejo

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Tequila Stallion Anejo

Stallion 100% Agave Anejo is known for its incredibly strong flavor produced for the connoisseur who appreciates a lot of flavor. The black ceramic horse head can be used afterwards as a candle holder. The tequila is aged 2years in selected white oak barrels.

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I found everything about this tequila to be very mild. The nose is of light agave with a small tinge of vanilla. The initial taste is of the light agave, the body has a touch of bitterness with light fruit tones. The finish just kind of fades with only the tiniest bit of warmth that disappears quickly.
Make no mistake, this is an extremely easy Tequila to drink. It non-offending in every way. For people who like Tequila real simple and without a strong agave taste or burn, this would work just fine.
For me, however, it just does not have enough personality. But let's face it, the bottle is well done. It will make a fantastic display piece. I purchased Stallion Anejo on a trip to Denver, it was the last one on the shelf. After taxes it was about $70. High for just the Tequila, but adding in the great looking bottle ... still a little high, but I can't say that I'm dissatisfied.
Overall rating 
 
89
Aroma-Nose 
 
89
Initial Taste 
 
89
Body 
 
90
Finish 
 
85
Enjoyability 
 
90
Price 
 
85
Presentation 
 
100
Reviewed by jasonrm72 September 19, 2010
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I found everything about this tequila to be very mild. The nose is of light agave with a small tinge of vanilla. The initial taste is of the light agave, the body has a touch of bitterness with light fruit tones. The finish just kind of fades with only the tiniest bit of warmth that disappears quickly.
Make no mistake, this is an extremely easy Tequila to drink. It non-offending in every way. For people who like Tequila real simple and without a strong agave taste or burn, this would work just fine.
For me, however, it just does not have enough personality. But let's face it, the bottle is well done. It will make a fantastic display piece. I purchased Stallion Anejo on a trip to Denver, it was the last one on the shelf. After taxes it was about $70. High for just the Tequila, but adding in the great looking bottle ... still a little high, but I can't say that I'm dissatisfied.

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