Mi Tierra Tequila Anejo

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Mi Tierra Tequila Anejo

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Tequila Mi Tierra Anejo

Tequila Mi Tierra Anejo is 100% Agave and aged in White Oak for over one year. It is produced at Tequilera de la Barranca de Amatitan, which was established in 2000 by Doña Ana Rosa Carrillo. One of the missions of Tequilera de la Barranca de Amatitán is to contribute to the preservation of the Mexican values and traditions. Ana Rosa Carrillo exhibits parts of the Mexican and local culture from Jalisco through the Tequila she produces.



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Overall rating
 
91
Aroma-Nose
 
91
Initial Taste
 
91
Body
 
91
Finish
 
92
Enjoyability
 
91
Price
 
94
Presentation
 
93
Aroma: Fruity agave with a bit of an alcohol nose.
Initial Taste: Citrus fruits and agave
Body: Medium body. A ton a flavors come out the longer it sits on the palate. Smoke, fruit, pepper and wood with the strongest being the spicy/pepper notes.
Finish: A nice long finish that lingers around a long time. This is not a soft anejo with no tingle. This one stays on the tongue for a while to remind you that this is an agave spirit.

All in all a pretty darn good tequila for $33 (purchased at Mission). It's not my favorite, but it retains a lot of nice characteristics of agave and also has the nice notes of something well aged. It comes in a nice looking pina bottle as well which says authentic.
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Overall rating
 
93
Aroma-Nose
 
94
Initial Taste
 
93
Body
 
92
Finish
 
92
Enjoyability
 
90
Price
 
100
Presentation
 
100
Tasted 8/21 & 8/26 2009 out of a Tequila shot glass. This was one of those Tequilas that by presentation only said please drink me. Although, I consider myself a bit of a Tequila snob, especially when it comes to the Anejo's, the nose was very pleasing with a hint of sweetness. The color was spot on, but the body lean more to a Reposado with very little smoke and wood flavor. The initial taste was hard and even the finish had a bit of alcohol intensity that was a little more than I prefer. Overall, for the price it still a good Anejo.
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