Extra Anejos Tres Quatro Cinco Tequila Anejo

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Tequila Tres Quatro Cinco Anejo

Tres-Quatro-Cinco Anejo Tequila is made from 100% Weber Blue agave plant and is exclusively produced by the Fonseca Family of Jalisco. Mexico fourth generation in the growing and distillation of aged tequila.

Made up of a special family blend of 30% three year, 40% four year and 30% five year aged tequila (hence the name 3-4-5).

This bottle is a 100% handmade, unique crystal decanter, created by artist Mr. Alonso Gonzalez Jr., Of Mexico City. Only 1000 bottles made for the world, each signed and numbered by the artist.

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72  (2)
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82  (2)
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Tres, Quatro, Cinco Anejo (prickly pear cactus) NOM 1146 Tasted 12/27/06. The tequila is a golden brown color and has intense floral and earthy aromas. Once you get past the intensity of the nose, you can smell moderate notes of vanilla and fruit. On the tip of the tongue the tequila is mellow and soft but yet has a full-to-strong intensity of taste and feels heavy and oily in the mouth. While the tequila has a medium-to-low bitterness, it is actually fairly sweet and almost syrupy. Now onto flavor. The flavor has intense earth and floral attributes which are followed by moderate spice, fruit, and agave with mild vanilla, smoke, and caramel. The tequilas finish is an medium-to-long duration of flavor followed by a numbing, tingly alcohol feeling. Overall, I rated this tequila at the A level and would definitely recommend that everyone try this masterpiece. However, personally, I thought the original bottle with the Porfidio like cactus in the bottom tasted a lot better.

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Reviewed by Tequila Joe May 27, 2007
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Tres, Quatro, Cinco Anejo (prickly pear cactus) NOM 1146 Tasted 12/27/06. The tequila is a golden brown color and has intense floral and earthy aromas. Once you get past the intensity of the nose, you can smell moderate notes of vanilla and fruit. On the tip of the tongue the tequila is mellow and soft but yet has a full-to-strong intensity of taste and feels heavy and oily in the mouth. While the tequila has a medium-to-low bitterness, it is actually fairly sweet and almost syrupy. Now onto flavor. The flavor has intense earth and floral attributes which are followed by moderate spice, fruit, and agave with mild vanilla, smoke, and caramel. The tequilas finish is an medium-to-long duration of flavor followed by a numbing, tingly alcohol feeling. Overall, I rated this tequila at the A level and would definitely recommend that everyone try this masterpiece. However, personally, I thought the original bottle with the Porfidio like cactus in the bottom tasted a lot better.

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Great packaging and that's it. Over priced, over oaked. All agave flavor is taken away by a strong oak finish. Not a single hit of complexity. Falls off the as soon as it hits your mouth.
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Reviewed by matto February 03, 2007
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Great packaging and that's it. Over priced, over oaked. All agave flavor is taken away by a strong oak finish. Not a single hit of complexity. Falls off the as soon as it hits your mouth.

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