Anejos Tres Manos Tequila Anejo

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Tres Manos Anejo Tequila

Tres Manos 100% Pure Agave Anejo Tequila is Triple Distilled from the fermented juice of the heart of the blue agave plant. When the tequila has aged 3 years in charred French Oak, charred American Oak and used Oak Bourbon Barrels, our master blender calculates the proportions needed for the blending of the barrels, thereby creating the finest tequila possible. The result rivals the master cognac and single malt blenders of France and Scotland.

Our triple distillation process through our modern stainless steel pot stills makes a smoother tequila. Due to this more intense distillation process and triple filtration process, the taste of Tres Manos is softer than most tequilas. The taste is exactly what the nose suggests; a wonderful balance of oak derived vanilla and the fruitiness of agave.

This fine tequila is available in a 1.75L & 1.0L only and will be a limited production. There will only be 3000 bottles released annually.

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Wow. This is a wonderful anejo that is rich, structured, and full-bodied. It is well-oaked so flavors are driven by the aging and the bourbon-enhanced barrels utilized in the aging process. This makes the Tres Manos much more interesting and developed as compared to other anejos. My previous bottle was a Don Julio 1942 that paled in comparison to the richness of the Tres Manos as a sipping tequila. If you're looking for a balanced combination of the tequila spice and the aged/oaked richness of an aged anejo, choose the Tres Manos over the Don Julio 1942.
Overall rating 
 
93
Aroma-Nose 
 
94
Initial Taste 
 
94
Body 
 
92
Finish 
 
94
Enjoyability 
 
92
Price 
 
90
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90
Reviewed by greymanpm October 10, 2012
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Wow. This is a wonderful anejo that is rich, structured, and full-bodied. It is well-oaked so flavors are driven by the aging and the bourbon-enhanced barrels utilized in the aging process. This makes the Tres Manos much more interesting and developed as compared to other anejos. My previous bottle was a Don Julio 1942 that paled in comparison to the richness of the Tres Manos as a sipping tequila. If you're looking for a balanced combination of the tequila spice and the aged/oaked richness of an aged anejo, choose the Tres Manos over the Don Julio 1942.

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