Comisario Tequila Anejo

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Comisario Tequila Anejo

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Tequila Comisario Añejo

Of pure and natural flavor, Tequila Comisario Anejo 100% Puro de Agave concentrates the essence and purity of the sugars from the Agave straight from the distillery to the barrel, to provide you with an exquisite taste that keeps our pride, folklore and traditions alive.

Tequila Comisario is crafted from the finest selection of Blue Agave Tequilana Weber from the Highlands of Jalisco, this Tequila rests for fifteen months in French White Oak barrels which enhances the flavor of the Agave and breathes life into Tequila Comisario 100% Puro de Agave. A delight for delicate and demanding palates.

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(Updated: February 22, 2009)
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Tequila Comisario Anejo * Tasted 7-27-08 * Riedel Tequila Glass

Appearance: clear - copper with amber highlights - full body and slow tears
Aroma: smoked fruit, hints of oak, cinnamon, and butter
Initial Taste: fruit, wood and vanilla
Spirit Body: mild alcohol, sweet agave and pepper with mild vanilla and caramel
Finish / Aftertaste: mint and vanilla and warm mouthfeel
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96
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97
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95
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98
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bought 3/2/10 for $70 , had 2 oz from a tall shot glass. Very well presented , glass is first rate, and boxed nicely. Would be a nice gift. Fist off you will be struck by the beautiful color, your eyes will stare and your mouth will begin to beg... first things first. This anejo is medium oily and sticks to the glass, again, another good sign. A very subtle nose that will not betray what lies ahead, only the sweet agave and a slight floral smell comes through. IMO this is a good sign, when agave setts too long in a barrel (more than 12 months) it easily can lose its character to the barrel. When the nose is as subtle as this you almost always are promised a nice experience. Once on your tongue, it settles "heavy" you taste the caramel and vanilla instantly, but no tingling from alcohol until you swallow. A medium body with a semi bold finish, but short legs. As you would expect, very very smooth. Price is the only issue here.
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