This extra añejo tequila, which was called “a sipping tequila of the highest order” by Men’s Journal, was aged in a combination of former Scotch, Sherry and Cognac casks for nearly five years.
Tears of Llorona No. 3 Extra Añejo Tequila Tasting Notes
Nose: Bouquet of black cherries, vanilla, honeysuckle and apples.
Palate: Notes of chocolate, toffee and crème brûlée on the palate.
Finish: Finish is spicy and elegant, with notes of cinnamon and cloves balanced by sweeter touches of raisins, caramel and oak