All Anejo tequila must be aged for one year according to Mexican law.But we age for two to three years in oak barrels. Which is why its full and balanced flavor is known as one of the world’s best sipping tequilas.
Zesty fresh herb, bell pepper and jalapeno notes lead the nose and palate. Coconut and agave anchor each sip, which echo with sage, thyme, jalapeno and a hint of smoke, finishing brisk with lemon peel, cayenne and a cooling, mentholated exhale. Aged two to three years. The weighty cap is shaped like a tahona, the stone wheel traditionally used to crush agave for distillation.