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Agavero Tequila Liqueur (32% abv)

A blend of reposado and anejo Tequilas with the Damiano flower, native to Jalisco, Mexico and long reputed to have aphrodisiac powers. Great with dessert as a digestif or in coffee.

Arette Artesanal Gran Clase Extra Anejo Tequila (40% abv)

Tequila Premium that is rested for 36 months in American White Oak barrels. It is a limited production where each one of the bottles is decorated by hand. Beautiful amber color, with cooper shades and wooden flavor.

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Cascahuin Extra Anejo Tequila (43% abv)

First rested 4 years in large, wooden tanks at the distillery. These tanks are more than 60 years old. 48 months rested in American oak barrels. This extra añejo introduces aromas of cooked ripe agave, notes of honey, ripe pineapple, and touches of menthol and darjeeling tea. Concluding with freshly ground coffee, bitter chocolates, berries and orange peel. The flavor is sweet with a slight astringency from the barrel. Provoking memories of cooked agave and the once robust blanco tequila. This drink is a perfect balance of barrel and tequila and an enchanting reminder of this 16 year long process (from field to barrel).

Cava de Oro Extra Anejo (40% abv)

  • Rested for 5 years in American and French Oak red wine barrels.
  • Cava de Oro Extra Añejo Tequila has a dark amber color with a mixture of aromas including cinnamon, caramel, vanilla, and nutmeg.
  • Its smooth entry quickly expands revealing a delicious range of toasted flavors, cinnamon, and maple syrup, all of which linger on the palate for a pleasant amount of time.
  • 100% agave
  • Fermented in stainless steel tanks

El Baston del Rey Extra Anejo Tequila (40% abv)

As the name suggests, Extra Añejo tequilas are tequilas aged for the longest duration of time. To be classified as Extra Añejo, a tequila must age for at least three years. We age ours for 3 .5 years because we feel that amount of time yields the best flavor.

When you choose Baston del Rey tequilas, you’re not only getting great tequila — our bottles are handmade works of art. Small-town artisans in Guadalajara, Mexico hand-carve these bottles into little masterpieces. When you enjoy our tequilas, be sure to take note of these fine pieces of art, including Baston del Rey’s signature logo that showcases the “Sceptre of the King,” the story behind our name and brand.

Gran Orendain Extra Anejo (40% abv)

This gorgeous Extra Añejo is aged for 40 months or more in French oak barrels before bottling at 40% ABV . A r ich, golden amber color with aromas of honeyed spice cake, toasted meringue, peppers, and dried fruits. On the palate, a silky mouthfeel, dry-yet-fruity at the outset, medium-to-full body, and a long and warming cola, peppery, vanilla toffee, and mineral accented finish. A beautiful sipping anejo excellent on its own or paired with a fine cigar.“Rich and full-bodied with intense cooked agave, wood, and herbal notes. “Vanilla notes linger on the long finish.”

Gran Orendain Extra Añejo 7 Year Old (40% abv)

Sitting at the top of the Gran Orendain range is the Extra Añejo 7 Year Old tequila. Made with the same agave sourced from the hill of Tepecoste as the rest of the series, this expression spends seven long years maturing in French oak before being handsomly bottled at 40% ABV.

Herradura Seleccion Suprema Tequila (40% abv)

A 100% agave tequila, as one would expect from the excellent Herradura, produced as the top of their range. It’s made using their best agave plants, the oldest and most traditional parts of their distillery and matured for over 5 years to produce a tequila with a legendary reputation.

Jose Cuervo Reserva Familia

José Cuervo Reserva de la Familia was introduced in 1995 to celebrate the 200-year anniversary as the world’s leading producer of tequila. Each bottle is handmade, numbered, dated and sealed in wax. Every year the Cuervo family commissions a different Mexican artist to design the new collectible box for Jose Cuervo Reserva de la Familia collection. José Cuervo. Only 17,000 bottles of Reserva De La Familia are produced each year, in collectors boxes designed by Mexican artists.

This Extra-Añejo tequila is aged in oak barrels for an average of 3 years. The final blend includes Tequila from reserves aged over 30 years. Only the estate’s finest 10-year-old agaves are hand-selected. Only the most flavourful inner portion of the agave’s piña (heart) is used. Vibrant, with a full, mellow flavour combines floral, agave, vanilla and Cognac-like flavours.

Pasote Limited Release Extra Anejo Tequila (45% abv)

Pasote Limited Release Extra Anejo Tequila

Distilled with pure rainwater and natural spring water in 100% copper pot stills, this liquid art is distinctively herbal and incredibly pure. Barrel aged for 48 months in underground caves, the result is an unrivaled extra añejo tequila from Pasote, with flavors of roasted agave, warm vanilla and a touch of spice on the long luscious finish.

Tears Of Llorona No. 3 Extra Añejo Tequila (43% abv)

Originally intended to be German Gonzalez’ own private stock, Tears of Llorona No. 3 Extra Añejo Tequila is hand-crafted from 100% blue agave grown in the volcanic soil surrounding Atotonilco, in the highlands of Jalisco, where growth is extremely slow. Gonzalez selects these agaves late in the harvest, at their peak ripeness, using his years of experience and special knowledge passed down from his father. Once harvested, Gonzalez brings the agaves to his distillery where they are roasted, then shredded, in the traditional way to extract the sugar-rich juice called the aguamiel. The aguamiel is then fermented with a proprietary strain of yeast before being twice-distilled through copper pot stills. After distillation, the Tears of Llorona No. 3 Extra Añejo Tequila is aged for nearly five years in several different types of barrels — half ex-Scotch whisky barrels, a quarter Sherry casks and another quarter French Limousin barrels previously used to mature Cognac — before being blended together at optimal maturity.

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Tierra Noble Tequila Exquisito Extra Añejo (40% abv)

Our Extra Añejo is aged in a single new French Oak barrel for more than 5 years to create a true masterpiece for the ultimate connoisseur.

“Intense dark color amber, ochre and reddish. Perfectly clean, bright and translucent with reddish hues. Great adherence in glass, showing legs and tears of great body. Very pleasant and smooth with the nose with a gamut of aromas going from fruity and sweet notes to cooked agave, vanilla, prune, chocolate and toasted almonds, light notes of apricot and tobacco balanced perfectly with oak elegantly showcasing the lengthy maturation of this spirit. Smooth on palate, well-balanced and complex with flavors of bitter chocolate, dry fruits and berries, light tobacco and spices, with a lengthy, persistent finish. Surprisingly elegant, harmonious and balanced, with a slight hint of toasted almonds, leather and tobacco.”