Oro de Jalisco Tequila Anejo

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Oro de Jalisco Tequila Anejo

Oro de Jalisco Anejo Tequila

Oro de Jalisco Anejo is one of the finest tequilas available.  Our Anejo is aged for three full years in French oak barrels where it is smoothed to perfection. When the aging process is complete, the tequila is filtered and distilled water is used to lower the alcohol content to 40% before bottling.

Each bottle is hand made and includes a bottling certification number, making every bottle one of a kind.     

Oro de Jalisco Anejo should be sipped in a snifter to enjoy the special flavor and aroma.

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Oro de Jalisco Anejo * Tasted September 2010 * Riedel Tequila Glass

Appearance: medium amber, golden hues - slow tears
Aroma: earthy light agave with cherry and oak
Initial Taste: musty light agave and caramel, a bit of oak
Spirit Body: butter, sweet agave with hints of chocolate and cherry
Finish / Aftertaste: long sweet grass finish, chocolate mint aftertaste
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My last taste of what has been a very good line of tequilas thus far. Knowing the age (3 years) and price ($70), I'm expecting something exceptionally smooth and great tasting.

Aroma: Sweet, cooked agave and hints of caramel and fruit.
Initial Taste: Very sweet. A nice combo of berries and agave with hints of vanilla.
Body: A rich and thick anejo body. Lots of oak and caramel on the palate that perhaps dominate the agave a bit.
Finish: A very dessert like finish. No burn whatsoever and lots of caramel, toffee and fruit on the finish. Very sweet and very tasty.

You can really tell that this tequila has been aged the full 3 years. The agave has been aged out a bit, but the flavors are still very nice and unique. As with the other ages of Oro de Jalisco the bottle looks great and the price is premium. For those looking for a smooth sipper, this one fits the bill nicely, but it will come at a price and there's probably better (and easier to find) tequilas out there for the money.
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