Excerpt: There’s a charred oak component here that I don’t think I’ve seen before from a tequila. That flavor develops a more distinct caramel tone as time progresses, finishing with a good hit of black pepper spice. I really like the fact that those barrel aging notes are coming through so clearly and sweetly here.
Excerpt: The palate is on the spicy side and while there's an oaky sweetness, it doesn't come across as cloying. The agave is still discernible in the final result and has a minty, slightly bitter finish.
Excerpt: On the palate, notes of cinnamon sugar, pineapple, and sweet corn cakes are balanced nicely with subtle oak, mild pepper, and a lingering smokiness. It’s a bit sweet for my taste, but overall, Casamigos Anejo is a great sipping tequila and probably the best of the range.