Review Detail

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Anejos T Tequila.net February 24, 2007 27833
Overall rating
 
87
Aroma-Nose
 
90
Initial Taste
 
87
Body
 
89
Finish
 
85
Enjoyability
 
89
Price
 
75
Presentation
 
92
There is a nice fruitiness on the nose of this anejo, although not very strong; luckily the aging seems to have eliminated the chemical note that exists in the blanco and reposado offerings of this line. Nothing remarkable in the taste, but again, it has lost the offensive chemical taste that I personally detect in the younger siblings; a faint fruit and oak is all I get from this one. It has a decent body of medium-to-light weight - not oily, and doesn't provide an extensive coating, but it's nice. The finish in the anejo from this line sadly seems to have lost the luster that the blanco and repo showed. The taste lingering in the finish is actually decent, but the duration is not there anymore. I will say this bottle has been open for quite awhile, so that *may* contribute to the muted finish, although the blanco and repo have also been open for the same amount of time, and have not suffered the same fate.

There's nothing offensive in the anejo (unlike the younger versions of Cielo), so it is the best of the line in my opinion and for others with whom I have shared it. The price varies widely from $45-$60 for the anejo, which is pretty steep in comparison to a LOT of other brands that I would rather spend that kind of money on, so yes, I have penalized this in the price rating. Again, a very attractive bottle made of heavy glass with a good cork and stopper.
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