Tierra de Agave
Tierra de Agave
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Raided Score: 88 Publication: Tequila Raiders Excerpt: Lots of caramel, honey, vanilla bean, light oak. While not amazing, Lunazul Anejo is far from rife with flaws. It’s not the most interesting Anejo on the block, but if your primary focus is mixology, this will do just fine for the $. Read Full Review Raided Score: 88 Publication: Tastings Excerpt: A medium-to-full body and a medium-to-long dried fruits, balsamic, ginger and walnut finish. A rich, barrel-aged añejo that tastes older than it is. Read Full Review Raided Score: 71 Publication: Drink Hacker Excerpt: It’s all about the body. While I expect anejo to be a smooth, vanilla-infused, whiskey-like experience, Lunazul is muddy. I love the idea of an affordable 100% agave tequila — that’s what Cuervo Tradicional was made for — but Lunazul just doesn’t quite cut it. Read Full Review Raided Score: 72 Publication: Tequila Matchmaker Excerpt: Tequila Matchmaker Panel Score Read Full Review
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Aged for 18 months in white oak barrels, Lunazul Anejo, distilled by Tierra de Agaves, is an Anejo style tequila.
Sweet cream, honey, root bear candies, vanilla bean and toffee. Sweet on the nose, not a ton of agave character, mostly sweet barrel notes.
Thin to medium on the palate. Some agave character here - warm papaya, fresh bread, toffee and some minerality. Lots of caramel, honey, vanilla bean, light oak.
Surprisingly long finish. Lots of cocoa, earth, roasted agave sugar and some caramel.
While not amazing, Lunazul Anejo is far from rife with flaws. It’s not the most interesting Anejo on the block, but if your primary focus is mixology, this will do just fine for the $.
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