Excerpt: A little bit of caramel and vanilla, but just a hint, come first and are followed by the agave and the citrus flavors. It happens unfortunately quickly, almost like everything trying to walk through the door at the same time. I expect more from my anejo tequila and this frankly doesn’t deliver.
Excerpt: Roasted and stewed agave flavors mix in with chocolate malt, vanilla, caramel and cinnamon, reminiscent of a Mexican hot chocolate. Hot chili spices and spearmint play into the finish, which is long and sweet.
Excerpt: There’s a real Cognac character to this tequila, lush on the nose with notes of coffee, herb butter, and some raisiny fruit notes. The palate follows along in stride, showcasing a rolling sweetness, more dark fruit, some stewed prunes, and a thick layer of spice before finally revealing some of the agave-driven herbal elements underneath.