374 Tequila Anejo

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374 Tequila Anejo

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Tequila 374 Anejo

Tequila 374 Anejo has been aged in American oak Jack Daniel's barrels for 24 months, a premium process that produces one of the spirit world’s rarest pleasures. 374 Anejo’s amber color and rich taste come from its interaction with the oak and the mellowing of time. One sip releases a distinctive flavor of exotic fruits and nuts.

Our brand represents the area code for the city of Tequila, Jalisco and its surroundings. 374 is the birthplace of Mexico's national drink and pride. It was within the area 374 that Tequila was distilled for the first time back in the 1500s, making Tequila the first distilled spirit on the North American Continent.


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Tequila 374 Anejo * Tasted 10-21-08 * Riedel Tequila Glass

Appearance: amber, gold and brown hues - medium body and tears
Aroma: bourbon and citrus, mild wood
Initial Taste: sweet wooded agave
Spirit Body: bourbon with mild chocolate and vanilla, thin and warm
Finish / Aftertaste: warm mouthfeel, short butter and citrus aftertaste
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Overall rating
 
89
Aroma-Nose
 
89
Initial Taste
 
88
Body
 
89
Finish
 
88
Enjoyability
 
89
Price
 
88
Presentation
 
89
374 Anejo NOM 1522 Tasted on 7/11/08 at 5:30pm. I tasted this tequila in my home and used a Riedel glass for tasting. 374 ages their Anejo in American Oak barrels for 24 months which causes it to be golden in color. Intense floral aromas of this tequila are followed by moderate notes of vanilla and mild notes of caramel and fruit. In the mouth, the Anejo is medium to heavy and mellow. While the tequila is somewhat sweet, there is no bitterness. When examining the flavors of 374 Anejo, first impressions include moderate to intense floral accents with moderate agave, caramel, and vanilla on the backend. On a second sip, I noticed mild flavors of wood and fruit. When searching for deeper flavors upon tasting the tequila, one can taste hints of spice. Finishing with a long duration of flavor and numbing alcohol intensity, this tequila is somewhat light and mellow. I awarded 374 Anejo the rating of 88/89 points out of 100.
TJ
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