After seeing this in one of the local Co-op Liquor stores (alberta canada) at $65 I thought the pricing was a mistake as all of the other anejos typically start in the $90 range. I bought it thinking the bottle was cool and it had to be a pretty good deal. My first tasting wowed me, the oak was not overpowering and the caramel was buttery sweet. If this is what Anejo was then I was hooked. (Typically drinking blanco's prior to this) Of all the bottles I have now this is one that keeps me coming back. Great finish which isn't too harsh. Great presentation (people always comment on the bottle when its sitting out with 10-12 other Tequila's). I don't know why I haven't bought the blanco or reposado yet considering I must have purchased 20 tequilas since, I think its because I love this one so much I'm concerned the others won't match up. Highly recommend!
This is the first añejo I tryed and I still like it a lot. It's very smooth and you'd probably want to try it a few times before you discover all the flavours. The price kicks off around 70$ where I live and even tho it's alot, I'd defenitly buy it again.