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Técnico Tequila Añejo

Técnico Anejo is an unstoppable force, which will win you over. Elaborated from 100% Blue Agave by artisanal methods and matured for an impressive 18 months period in white oak bourbon barrels, Tecnico Añejo is an ultimate sipping Tequila.

Tequila Técnico is a worthy member of our team of champions or parejas increibles (incredible pair). Produced from 100% Blue Agave in the Highlands of Jalisco, it honors the very spirit of Técnico's character - noble, refined and elegant in style. This carefully elaborated tequila offers unparalleled smoothness and depth of flavor, which will satisfy even the most sophisticated palate. The Tequila is aged in white oak bourbon barrels until alcohol mellows and the flavors of the Blue Agave are perfectly married to the subtle toasted notes from the wood.

In Lucha Libre, there are two paths for a wrestler to take: the technicians (or técnicos) or the rude ones (or rudos). Technicians are the “good guys,” the noble and heroic Luchadores that strive to uphold honor and integrity in the face of overwhelming opposition. Tecnico's wrestling style is more formal and elaborate than Rudo's. They expertly execute characteristic high flying attacks by using the wrestling ring's ropes to catapult themselves towards their opponents, using intricate combinations in rapid-fire succession, and applying complex submission holds. For their skills and nobility, técnicos are rewarded with the affection of the public, with cheers, requests for autographs, and general adulation.

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A new brand for me and one that I've never heard of until recently: Tecnico Tequila Anejo. In fact, I've never had anything from NOM 1467. Color me excited. It's named after the "good" lucha libre "technicians." Hopefully this will be one of the good tequilas.

Aroma: Lots of vanilla with the cooked agave.

Initial Taste: A rich vanilla/crème brulee kind of sweetness very desserty.

Body: A nice, full body. Nice oils as well. Still lots of sweetness and vanilla with some subtle baking spice notes.

Finish: A fairly short and sweet finish. Still plenty of vanilla. This is a dessert sipper.

If you like sweet, you’ll like this, but this is not a spicy full-agave pepper flavored tequila. That said, it's got a nice and full/oily body is pretty darn tasty. Definitely something to sip slowly and savor. While I won't say that this is my favorite type of tequila, Tecnico definitely does it well. Worth a look if you're looking for a sipper on the sweeter side.
Overall rating 
 
88
Aroma-Nose 
 
87
Initial Taste 
 
88
Body 
 
89
Finish 
 
88
Enjoyability 
 
88
Price 
 
85
Presentation 
 
93
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist July 09, 2013
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A new brand for me and one that I've never heard of until recently: Tecnico Tequila Anejo. In fact, I've never had anything from NOM 1467. Color me excited. It's named after the "good" lucha libre "technicians." Hopefully this will be one of the good tequilas.

Aroma: Lots of vanilla with the cooked agave.

Initial Taste: A rich vanilla/crème brulee kind of sweetness very desserty.

Body: A nice, full body. Nice oils as well. Still lots of sweetness and vanilla with some subtle baking spice notes.

Finish: A fairly short and sweet finish. Still plenty of vanilla. This is a dessert sipper.

If you like sweet, you’ll like this, but this is not a spicy full-agave pepper flavored tequila. That said, it's got a nice and full/oily body is pretty darn tasty. Definitely something to sip slowly and savor. While I won't say that this is my favorite type of tequila, Tecnico definitely does it well. Worth a look if you're looking for a sipper on the sweeter side.

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