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Anejos T Tequila.net March 07, 2007 78329
Decent but Huge Variations in Pricing
Overall rating
 
80
Aroma-Nose
 
90
Initial Taste
 
85
Body
 
70
Finish
 
85
Enjoyability
 
80
Price
 
60
Presentation
 
80
After living in Mexico, this is one of the most commonly found premium tequilas. Restaurants and bars often place this on the same level as Don Julio, Chinaco and Herradura. My main gripe is that in both America and Mexico have an enormous pricing gap for this product. In Mexico I have seen it priced anywhere from 300 pesos (23 usd at the time) to 600 (46 usd at the time). In America, Trader Joes sells it for $35, while BevMo is currently selling it for around $60...

Nose: Probably the Most pleasant part of this experience. Sweet and Smokey
Initial Taste: Starts slow. Gets sweet with a touch of oak presence
Body: Here is when it becomes less remarkable. Oak turns into more spice and burn than most Anejos tend to have.
Finish: Medium length burn coupled with a touch of more oak.

All in all this is fairly unremarkable considering how steep the price and be. If you are looking for a tequila that has been around forever and actually has notoriety in Mexico, go with Don Julio Anejo, Chinaco Anejo or Cazadores Anejo.
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