Anejos Trianon Tequila Anejo

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Trianon Tequila Anejo

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Trianon Tequila Añejo

Trianon Tequila Añejo is 100% Agave produced at Tequilera Las Juntas in Amatitan, Jalisco, Mexico. Trianon Tequila Añejo is aged for 18 months in both American and French oak barrels and is blended before bottling.

Third generation master distillers, Alejandro and Saul Ocampo, use traditions and techniques created long ago. Every batch of Trianon Tequila is small and not mass produced, and created only when the time is right. The distillery is located in Amatitan, which sits at the foot of El Colcan de Tequila (the Volcano of Tequila), where the rich, volcanic soil makes the Blue Weber Agave grow larger and more luscious than anywhere else.

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Overall rating 
 
86
Aroma-Nose 
 
89  (1)
Initial Taste 
 
89  (1)
Body 
 
85  (1)
Finish 
 
84  (1)
Enjoyability 
 
86  (1)
Price 
 
80  (1)
Presentation 
 
91  (1)
The anejo definitely has the best nose of the flight with caramel and slight oak. The taste has continuing caramel from the nose, and some cooked agave, with maybe a hint of fruitiness. Body is light and fairly thin. I would like a little more substance from this anejo. The finish is smooth...really too smooth with nothing to remark on other than continued caramel sweetness.

The anejo is the best one of the flight, but that's because the barrel-aging is covering up sub-par juice IMO. This is priced in the premium category where, frankly, it doesn't belong. I purchased the flight of stacked 375ml bottles, which is clever. I have also seen the individual 750ml bottles in stores - attractive, but not anything special or unique. Note that in the stacked set, the bottom two are the aged products, and the spout is very short and difficult to pour from, with a very small natural cork.
Overall rating 
 
86
Aroma-Nose 
 
89
Initial Taste 
 
89
Body 
 
85
Finish 
 
84
Enjoyability 
 
86
Price 
 
80
Presentation 
 
91
Reviewed by jdjohn84 January 09, 2014
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The anejo definitely has the best nose of the flight with caramel and slight oak. The taste has continuing caramel from the nose, and some cooked agave, with maybe a hint of fruitiness. Body is light and fairly thin. I would like a little more substance from this anejo. The finish is smooth...really too smooth with nothing to remark on other than continued caramel sweetness.

The anejo is the best one of the flight, but that's because the barrel-aging is covering up sub-par juice IMO. This is priced in the premium category where, frankly, it doesn't belong. I purchased the flight of stacked 375ml bottles, which is clever. I have also seen the individual 750ml bottles in stores - attractive, but not anything special or unique. Note that in the stacked set, the bottom two are the aged products, and the spout is very short and difficult to pour from, with a very small natural cork.

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