Extra Anejos Don Fulano Tequila Anejo Imperial

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Tequila Don Fulano Anejo Imperial

Don Fulano's Anejo Imperial is our oldest Tequila, full flavored and warm, five year old aged Tequila in new French oak barrels. Don Fulano Anejo Imperial is a superb and delicate spirit of the highest class that denotes subtle aromas that follow for a long time. The special column distillation and careful aging of this tequila gives it a clear sovereignty through it exceptional quality.

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87
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89  (2)
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87  (2)
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87  (2)
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85  (2)
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89  (2)
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Tasted out of a caballito. I hate to say I wasnt very impressed with this tequila. Maybe it's because it's aged in new french oak barrels. I'm not an extra anejo expert, and as always this is my humble opinion.

Aroma: Bery, caramel, and licorice (black).
Initial Taste: An oily mouth feel with a sweet entry. Initial taste was of black licorice.
Body: A body consisting of caramel, very slight agave, olive, and earth.
Finish: A smooth finish with no heat, but a black licorice aftertaste I didn't enjoy.
Overall rating 
 
85
Aroma-Nose 
 
88
Initial Taste 
 
84
Body 
 
84
Finish 
 
80
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88
Price 
 
86
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87
Reviewed by Piña July 26, 2009
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Tasted out of a caballito. I hate to say I wasnt very impressed with this tequila. Maybe it's because it's aged in new french oak barrels. I'm not an extra anejo expert, and as always this is my humble opinion.

Aroma: Bery, caramel, and licorice (black).
Initial Taste: An oily mouth feel with a sweet entry. Initial taste was of black licorice.
Body: A body consisting of caramel, very slight agave, olive, and earth.
Finish: A smooth finish with no heat, but a black licorice aftertaste I didn't enjoy.

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Don Fulano Imperial Anejo NOM 1146 Tasted 5/21/07. On this date I tried this tequila by doing a blind tasting at Zocalo using a snifter. This tequila is an amber brown color and has intense aromas of fruit. There are also moderate aromas of vanilla, spice, and caramel followed by mild earth, floral, and smoke. A soft taste on the tip of the tongue leads to a sweet tequila taste with a small amount of bitterness. The Don Fulano Imperial Anejo flavor contains intense caramel flavors with moderate agave and earth. The tequila also has mild fruit, floral, chemical, and smoke with hints of vanilla and spice. Don Fulano Imperial Anejo finishes with a medium to long duration of flavor and a numbing alcohol feeling. This tequila has been awarded the overall rating of 89 points out of 100. I personally think the regular Don Fulano Anejo is better than the Imperial.
Overall rating 
 
89
Aroma-Nose 
 
89
Initial Taste 
 
89
Body 
 
89
Finish 
 
89
Enjoyability 
 
89
Price 
 
89
Presentation 
 
89
Reviewed by Tequila Joe June 22, 2007
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Don Fulano Imperial Anejo NOM 1146 Tasted 5/21/07. On this date I tried this tequila by doing a blind tasting at Zocalo using a snifter. This tequila is an amber brown color and has intense aromas of fruit. There are also moderate aromas of vanilla, spice, and caramel followed by mild earth, floral, and smoke. A soft taste on the tip of the tongue leads to a sweet tequila taste with a small amount of bitterness. The Don Fulano Imperial Anejo flavor contains intense caramel flavors with moderate agave and earth. The tequila also has mild fruit, floral, chemical, and smoke with hints of vanilla and spice. Don Fulano Imperial Anejo finishes with a medium to long duration of flavor and a numbing alcohol feeling. This tequila has been awarded the overall rating of 89 points out of 100. I personally think the regular Don Fulano Anejo is better than the Imperial.

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