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.
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.”
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.
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.
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