Anejos Tequila 33 Anejo

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Tequila 33 Anejo

Tequila 33 Anejo, premium extra aged in the best barrels for no less than a complete year, this process takes a wonderful silver Tequila into creates a masterpiece that only time can give. Its aging process enhances and smoothes the taste of the Agave into a delicious taste of fine wood and sweet herbs. It is bottled in a fine and unique blown glass carafe that reflects the high class and purity of the best tequila.

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I've had this tequila for a while now, and I'm almost through with the bottle. I figured it was about time I write a review before I polish it off.

I drank it out of short glass that was part of a Don Julio anejo gift set. Not sure what the proper name for the glass is. It wasn't a reidel though.

Aroma-Nose: Kind of strong, burns the nostrils a bit a first. Hint of caramel.

Nice dark color.

Pretty smooth. Slight numbing.

Overall, this is a good tequila, not great, but still good. I can't quite put my finger on it, but there is something about the finish that is keeping it from being a great tequila.

I got the bottle for about $40, i think. Not a bad price at all, especially for an anejo.
Overall rating 
 
90
Aroma-Nose 
 
89
Initial Taste 
 
90
Body 
 
90
Finish 
 
86
Enjoyability 
 
91
Price 
 
95
Presentation 
 
95
Reviewed by bluebanana97 December 15, 2008
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I've had this tequila for a while now, and I'm almost through with the bottle. I figured it was about time I write a review before I polish it off.

I drank it out of short glass that was part of a Don Julio anejo gift set. Not sure what the proper name for the glass is. It wasn't a reidel though.

Aroma-Nose: Kind of strong, burns the nostrils a bit a first. Hint of caramel.

Nice dark color.

Pretty smooth. Slight numbing.

Overall, this is a good tequila, not great, but still good. I can't quite put my finger on it, but there is something about the finish that is keeping it from being a great tequila.

I got the bottle for about $40, i think. Not a bad price at all, especially for an anejo.

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