Anejos Tres Agaves Tequila Anejo

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Tres Agaves Tequila Anejo

Tres Agaves Tequila Anejo is aged in fine oak barrels for eighteen months. The oak imparts deep natural color and robust, full flavor. The key to our Anejo is that it retains its essential agave flavors while embracing the oak influences.

Tres Agaves has one distinct difference. Our entire product family has been carefully designed to help people make world-class margaritas. Now anyone can make a great margarita at home – or behind the bar.

Before Tequila was a spirit, it was a place. It is a small town in Jalisco, Mexico where the world’s best blue agave plants grow. Very few 100% agave brands are still produced in the town of Tequila, and Tres Agaves is one of those special few. True artisanal quality at an attractive price point.

Editor review

Tres Agaves Anejo * Tasted January 2011 * Riedel Tequila Glass

Appearance: medium straw - slow tears
Aroma: light agave, oak and apricot
Initial Taste: sweet agave and light oak
Spirit Body: spicy, green pepper and burnt citrus
Finish / Aftertaste: sweet orange and mint
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Recommended.
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Reviewed by Tequila.net February 21, 2011
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Tres Agaves Anejo * Tasted January 2011 * Riedel Tequila Glass

Appearance: medium straw - slow tears
Aroma: light agave, oak and apricot
Initial Taste: sweet agave and light oak
Spirit Body: spicy, green pepper and burnt citrus
Finish / Aftertaste: sweet orange and mint

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After 300+ reviews, sometimes I just assume that when I liked ones expression of a brand that I've written a review for the entire line. I have long enjoyed the Tres Agaves Blanco, but I guess that I had forgotten to review the anejo. I dug it out of the cabinet and poured it in the my glass. The rest...well, here it is...

Price: $30-35/bottle

Aroma: A complex mixture of cooked agave, oak, spice and a hint of anise. Very interesting.

Initial Taste: A nice mix of agave and brown spices. Only a light sweetness, but it works very well.

Body: A light color and a light body for an anejo that has been aged for 18 months. There are some nice upfront flavors and lots of subtle ones that add a nice complexity without overwhelming the agave (cinnamon, nutmeg, oak, vanilla)

Finish: The finish is a bit short for an anejo, but the spice mix along with the agave kick is very nice.

If you do any research about this brand, you know for sure that there is passion and craftsmanship behind the brand. Tres Agaves is aged in Woodford Reserve barrels and crafted at the very good NOM 1109 (Arette) distillery...nice choices. If you are looking for a dessert anejo, this is not the one you want. If you are looking for an anejo that has the essence of a really well crafted repo, this is a good one and is priced right to boot. The agave is still very present and the ancillary flavors are there, but compliment the agave instead of overwhelming it. Tres Agaves is a really nice anejo. Add the fact that it is around $35 and you have yourself a winner.
Overall rating 
 
88
Aroma-Nose 
 
87
Initial Taste 
 
88
Body 
 
89
Finish 
 
87
Enjoyability 
 
88
Price 
 
93
Presentation 
 
91
Reviewed by Tequila Tourist July 15, 2013
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After 300+ reviews, sometimes I just assume that when I liked ones expression of a brand that I've written a review for the entire line. I have long enjoyed the Tres Agaves Blanco, but I guess that I had forgotten to review the anejo. I dug it out of the cabinet and poured it in the my glass. The rest...well, here it is...

Price: $30-35/bottle

Aroma: A complex mixture of cooked agave, oak, spice and a hint of anise. Very interesting.

Initial Taste: A nice mix of agave and brown spices. Only a light sweetness, but it works very well.

Body: A light color and a light body for an anejo that has been aged for 18 months. There are some nice upfront flavors and lots of subtle ones that add a nice complexity without overwhelming the agave (cinnamon, nutmeg, oak, vanilla)

Finish: The finish is a bit short for an anejo, but the spice mix along with the agave kick is very nice.

If you do any research about this brand, you know for sure that there is passion and craftsmanship behind the brand. Tres Agaves is aged in Woodford Reserve barrels and crafted at the very good NOM 1109 (Arette) distillery...nice choices. If you are looking for a dessert anejo, this is not the one you want. If you are looking for an anejo that has the essence of a really well crafted repo, this is a good one and is priced right to boot. The agave is still very present and the ancillary flavors are there, but compliment the agave instead of overwhelming it. Tres Agaves is a really nice anejo. Add the fact that it is around $35 and you have yourself a winner.

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