Casa Noble Tequila Extra Anejo

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A friend bought this for me for my 40th. I was really disappointed. ON the nose I got tonnes of petroleum product with a little licorice and pepper and just a touch of caramel. The initial taste was similar to the nose but mucho Oak. The body was complex yet I didn't really enjoy it. Finish super long..... one of the longest I have yet experienced. It actually has a load of black licorice to finish. This has sat in my cupboard for over a year now and I continually avoid it so I really don't enjoy it that much. I looked at the price and it was over 100$ cdn, I can think of many tequilas I like more for the price.
Presentation is nice but nothing special. I actually like the blanco presentation the same for much cheaper ( and its one of my favorite blancos).
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Aroma: Vegetal, wood, caramel, a bit of smoke, and some agave.
Initial taste: Sweet, wood and vanilla come through first.
Body: There's agave hiding in there somewhere. Some complex flavors of wood, vanilla, and spice.
Finish: It is definitely chocolate-like. The finish is the best part of this tequila, although it is a tad too hot for what I expected.

Interestingly enough, this is my least favorite showing from the Casa Noble line, although that's not saying much because their other tequilas are outstanding. Overall, I wouldn't mind having this again, but I wouldn't make a pilgrimage to find it.
J
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Casa Noble Anejo is aged for 5 years. This is bordering on what many people consider the longest that tequila should ever be aged. And it shows. The nose reveals quite a bit of caramel and smoke. The cooked agave aroma we are so used to from Casa Noble's Blanco and Reposado plays a mild, secondary role. The initial taste is heavy and bitter. One is immediately confronted with wood and smoke with secondary flavors of coffee and chocolate. Even on the tip of the tongue, subtle sweetness is overpowered by the wood in this tequila. Casa Noble Anejo does finish fairly smooth with a medium duration of earthy flavors, but overall I was not a big fan of this anejo.
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Casa Noble Anejo NOM 1137 Tasted 4/2/07. The tequila is a golden brown color and has an intense earth, caramel, and smoke aromas. Once you get past the intensity of the nose, you can smell moderate notes of floral and vanilla. On the tip of the tongue the tequila is mellow and soft and feels heavy in the mouth. While the tequila has no bitterness, it is actually fairly sweet and syrupy. Now onto flavor. The flavor has intense caramel. There is also moderate agave, vanilla, and floral attributes which are followed by mild fruit, smoke, and earth. The tequilas finish is a meduim duration of flavor followed by a numbing alcohol feeling. Overall, I rated this tequila at the A-/B+ level.

TJ
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A well balanced anejo that is full of wood flavor and still has some good spice an agave flavor still in it. A mild hot aftertaste. Very spicy as anejos go, not as smooth as I had hoped.
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