Casa Noble Tequila Anejo

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Casa Noble Añejo is an epic Tequila. I am drinking it out of cognac snifter. The nose on this masterpiece is wonderful, with vanilla, musk and age. Very little hints of alcohol are mixed with an amazing earthy tone. The body was sexy, with long strong legs, that just hung onto the glass, for dear life. Upon first sip, I realized I was truly drinking an agave master piece. The earth, soil, water, sunshine and Agave were present in my mouth and all flowed together in harmony. The flavors developed in my mouth as I drew in little bubbles of air. Flavor, flavor and more flavor slid down my throat as I drank this epic beverage. The finish was long and memorable.
Casa Noble is truly a noble drink, not to be missed by an ardent fan of Tequila.
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This is a superb anejo. In the way of comparison I drank Partida anejo the night before and was surprised by how similar they were in some regards. If you like Partida's anejo you'll love this - it's got the nice buttery, vanilla, agave sweetness but with a much smoother delivery and less alcohol presence. Don't get me wrong - Partida is incredible, but I did find this just a bit more enjoyable. I purchased this bottle in Michigan for the state minimum price of $88, which seems high, but this is a great tequila.

The editor nailed this review honestly. It's hard to write one without sounding like a copycat because of that. But I loved the nose on this - nice agave presence with a delicate blend of vanilla and butter and apple. The aroma carries through to the first taste, which to me was just the right combination of almost rich butter, vanilla, but sweet with the agave, and just a little smokey wood flavor. Outstanding!

The body was indeed thick and warm, but not syrupy. I laughed when I saw the editor had written cinnamon in the aftertaste section - I said to my wife as I finished it that it had a nice little cinnamon flavor in the finish, along with just a nice smooth overall finish.

This is the best anejo I've had for under $100. Granted, it's almost that much, but I definitely feel like I got my money's worth here. I highly recommend trying this if you love anejos!

I would have rated presentation better as I like the unique look of the bottle, but I didn't love the cork stopper as it feels like it's not creating a tight seal to me. I'm quite sure it is or they'd do something else... hopefully I'm right on that.
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Casa Noble anejo is an interesting combination of sweet agave notes, an earthy/herbal flavor with a real, but not unpleasant, alcohol burn. For people who like to really taste the agave and yet also have long, lingering finish and burn...this is the tequila that you are searching for.

It's not my favorite anejo, but I enjoy keeping it stocked because it is unique and tastes very good. The purple bottle is cool and looks good on a shelf as well. At roughly $50 a bottle, it is priced pretty well.
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Bright and luscious golden copper colour with long thick legs and aromas so typical of the tequilas from La Cofradia - woods, earths and deep exquisite herbals. It is sweet and delicious, and that sweetness persists without any bitterness. Body is deep and full, offering more of the dark herbaceous agave. Fades slowly with hints of wood, smoke and an earthy mineral touch. While my tastes tend toward the highland tequilas, and Casa Noble Anejo is clearly 100% from the lowlands, I acknowledge fully its fine attributes, deep complexity and the care and attention with which it is produced. This one must not be missed.
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I'll admit right off, this is one of my three favortie anejo's. I bought this 1/15/10 for $55.00, what a deal! The glass is a beautiful dark purple and has a cork top. The color is a wonderful medium amber, slight oil and tears. The nose is full of caramel, vanilla, spices, floral with a slight wood aroma... Let this tequila settle a bit and then work slowly to bring out it's full character. It settles on the tongue just perfect, the agave and everything else working it's way over your taste buds. Mmmmm, leaves a nice finsh. I could say more... just get some and share it with a good friend, or, maybe your wife! no disapointments here.
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