Anejos Tres Mujeres Tequila Anejo

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Tequila Tres Mujeres Anejo

Tequila Tres Mujeres is 100% Blue Agave, all-natural Tequila. Tres Mujeres blue agave is grown and hand selected from the Melendrez family's privately owned fields. The agave is then steamed (never broiled) for over 40 hours to cook in the moistness and flavor. Our agave is fermented naturally over the course of a week, not mixed with chemicals and rushed, as are most Tequilas. The agave is then double distilled for a smoother taste. Finally, Tres Mujeres is aged in only the finest white oak barrels for over a year, to provide a smooth, honey oaken flavor and aroma. This 100% natural spirit contains no added flavors, sugars or colors, just pure authentic Tequila Anejo.

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89  (2)
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90  (2)
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89  (2)
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Had the opportunity to visit the distillery for Tres Mujeres yesterday and tried several different varieties including the new extra Anejo (5 years aging according to the server).

This is not a bad tequila, good strong flavor, nutty. Smoky smell but less in the Anejo than in the blanco. I would not mix this Anejo because it does deserve a chance as a premium tequila.

The problem with Tres Mujeres is the competition. There is lots of them out there. Still if you have the opportunity to get a bottle, go ahead and try one.

By the way, I bought an Anejo in a simple round bottle for a little less than MXN250 pesos. Apparently these exotic bottles adds cost (like the one in the photo). Since I enjoy tequila and have enough bottle collections, I decided to just pay for the tequila and not the bottle.
Overall rating 
 
88
Aroma-Nose 
 
89
Initial Taste 
 
86
Body 
 
88
Finish 
 
90
Enjoyability 
 
89
Price 
 
83
Presentation 
 
91
Reviewed by grendeth1 December 31, 2011
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Had the opportunity to visit the distillery for Tres Mujeres yesterday and tried several different varieties including the new extra Anejo (5 years aging according to the server).

This is not a bad tequila, good strong flavor, nutty. Smoky smell but less in the Anejo than in the blanco. I would not mix this Anejo because it does deserve a chance as a premium tequila.

The problem with Tres Mujeres is the competition. There is lots of them out there. Still if you have the opportunity to get a bottle, go ahead and try one.

By the way, I bought an Anejo in a simple round bottle for a little less than MXN250 pesos. Apparently these exotic bottles adds cost (like the one in the photo). Since I enjoy tequila and have enough bottle collections, I decided to just pay for the tequila and not the bottle.

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Fine tequila for sipping or making an exceptional Margarita. Beautiful aroma. The finish has a small bite to it. It is interesting to note that when I purchased this tequila from the distillery several years ago, the anejo was bottled in a cobalt blue bottle as opposed to the green bottle shown here.

Regarding price, I don't remember what I paid for it, but it wasn't over the top expensive nor cheap. Can't seem to find it in the USA. Will pick up more on my return trip to Jalisco.
Overall rating 
 
91
Aroma-Nose 
 
96
Initial Taste 
 
92
Body 
 
92
Finish 
 
88
Enjoyability 
 
91
Price 
 
85
Presentation 
 
100
Reviewed by Sra Agave July 13, 2010
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Fine tequila for sipping or making an exceptional Margarita. Beautiful aroma. The finish has a small bite to it. It is interesting to note that when I purchased this tequila from the distillery several years ago, the anejo was bottled in a cobalt blue bottle as opposed to the green bottle shown here.

Regarding price, I don't remember what I paid for it, but it wasn't over the top expensive nor cheap. Can't seem to find it in the USA. Will pick up more on my return trip to Jalisco.

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