Beautiful bottle and stopper. All CN have a great presentation!
Nice thick legs. oily...I like!
Aroma: good agave, vanilla and burnt butter
Initial Taste: yummy agave and oak... maybe some butterscotch(?)
Spirit Body: agave with hints of cinnamon, slightly warm
Finish: warm, medium cinnamon and pepper aftertaste... nice and long :)
This is probably my number 1 as far as I'm concerned!
Tasted 08/06/14 from a Riedel Tequila Glass.
Purchased on sale at Old Town Liquor for $42.99
Light golden mahogany color with excellent clarity.
Aroma: It has a very elegant and very robust aroma. Agave, heavy oak, caramel, honey, and vanilla. These flavors are all very pronounced and distinct.
Initial Taste: A very nice oak and vanilla initial flavor with the other flavors lingering and complimenting each other. Each sip was a wow!
Body: Medium-light body with light tears in glass; but not oily in the mouth at all. The flavors are balanced and compliment each other.
Finish: Medium-long finish with sweet agave forward and then the oak, honey, and vanilla flavors are strong on the finish. It leaves you with a taste of something that has been well aged.
Price: This is an excellent anejo for the price.
This is an absolutely delicious, robust tequila. I love it! The flavors are very intense, yet compliment each other very well. It is an excellent sipper that is hard to put down.
Color - 18k gold
Aroma - Sweet agave, dark chocolate, caramel candy, cream soda, earthy tones, quite floral.
Initial Taste - Smooth, very smooth, agave, very floral, slightly chocolately.
Body - Earthy and very floral, definitely showing as a lowland, slight sweet agave, same mouthfeel as a lindor milk chocolate, very complex, medium to full bodied.
Finish - Lingers very long, about 2-3 minutes. Finishes sweet with a oaky and oily finish.
Enjoyability - Very enjoyably, this is one of my favorites.
Purchased for $85, I always enjoyed the casa noble line. Casa noble is aged in 66L barrels which creates a faster aging process, surprisingly the agave is still noticeable on the palate. Very solid Anejo even being triple distilled.