The aroma was spice and a touch of vanilla with a hint of floral as well.
The most prominent flavor throughout was a spice - almost a Christmas spice that I can't put my finger on. There was a pretty good amount of agave, a touch of pepper, although I was slightly off-put by the spice flavor.
The bottle is tall, and a sharp color of red, which is classy, but not incredibly unique.
I'd say this is a decent anejo, but nothing great and not worth getting again in my opinion.
I've got to tell you, Corralejo Anejo is one of my favorite anejos! A little empty on the nose and the initial taste is very soft, but the body and finish are absolutely spectacular! The flavor is rich and full. An incredible sip across the board. For the average liquor buyer, this will be priced on the high-side, but it will be quite average for more experienced tequila fans. The presentation is not as elaborate or artisan as others, but the bottle is a striking red that looks handsome in any setting.
Corralejo Anejo NOM 1368 Tasted 4/9/07. The tequila is pale yellow in color. Beginning with intense fruity, earthy, and floral aromas, the deeper aromas include moderate caramel and a hint of spicy scents. On the tip of the tongue there is a mellow and soft sensation that is followed by a sweet, somewhat bitter taste. Upon tasting, the tequila has intense earth with moderate fruity, floral, and agave flavors. Lastly, there is a hint of caramel flavor. Corralejo Anejo tequila finishes with a medium duration of flavor and numbing alcohol intensity. Overall, I rate this tequila at the B level.