the taste is of agave with nothing in the way of the flavor, such as to much wood flavor. I did not find this tequila to be overly sweet. In fact I detected a slight alcohol bite, which is good. The price seemed fine for such a good anejo. If one enjoys a good sipping anejo, this would be one to try.
The last in the line of very good tequilas. 4 Copas is an organic brand that has a very loyal following.
Aroma: The nose is full of vanilla, fruit (berries & a little banana), agave and a hint of smoke. Very complex and a really nice scent.
Initial Taste: Woody agave, vanilla and brown spices (clove & light cinnamon)
Body: A nice heavy and oily mouth. Nice amounts of caramel, oak and fruit combine with the agave and spices. The body is exquisite.
Finish: A nice, long finish for an anejo. The agave kick lingers nicely and the oak, caramel and spice stay on the tongue as well.
A wonderful tequila in all aspects. Great start, middle and end. The bottle does not convey the craftsmanship that lies within. If you can get your hands on a bottle of 4 Copas anejo...do it. It's easily the best of their line.
4 Copas Anejo is a nice, full-bodied tequila with moderate agave flavor. I enjoy the bold oakiness accompanied by caramel and earth notes. The bottle is nothing to write home about and the price of about $100/750ml is in line with good sipping tequilas. This is a great tequila for impressing company without breaking out the really good stuff we all keep for ourselves.