Anejo

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  • El Jimador Tequila Anejo 38% 70cl
    El Jimadors new Anejo tequila is a Double gold medal winner at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition in 2010 and best Anejo Tequila. The El Jimador Tequila range is Mexico's No.1 selling brand created in 1944 to pay tribute to Casa Herraduras expert Jimadors, the harvesters of
    the agave, whose job requires the great skill of identifying when the agave is ready

    el Jimador Anejo - A tequila which is deep amber in appearance, aromas of intense cooked agave and toasted oak, while the palate is smooth, woody and soaked with vanilla and brown spice flavours. Aged in oak barrels for 12 months


    el Jimador Anejo - Double Gold Medal& Best Aejo Tequila
    San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2010
    £26.99
  • Tequila Tapatio Anejo 40% 50cl
    Tapatio Anejo tequila is remarkably full and balanced flavour, described by many connoisseurs as one of the world's finest sipping tequilas. Mexican law requires Aejo ("aged") tequila to mature for at least one year. Tapatio Aejo is aged around 18 months in first-fill ex-Bourbon casks.

    Tapatio is a Mexican word referring to a man from Jalisco, the tequila-producing state of Mexico. Women from the region are known as Tapatias. At the La Altea distillery, the methods of production are the same as they were a century ago, with a large stone wheel (known as a Tahona) turned in a pit to crush the cooked agave plants. The juice and agave fibres are then mixed in a barrel by foot before fermentation and distillation.

    The spirit from La Altea is the only 100% blue agave tequila double distilled at 80 proof and bottled without any additional water to preserve the tequila's real flavour. Other tequila makers distil to a high proof and then dilute the tequila with water to bring it down to 80 proof.

    Over the past four years the tequilas from La Altea distillery (including the Tapatio, Ocho and El Tesoro brands) have become a phenomenon in the UK on-trade and they now enjoy an unrivalled reputation for quality, integrity and authenticity amongst bartenders and tequila connoisseurs.
    £29.75
  • Sierra Antiguo Anejo Tequila 40% 70cl
    SIERRA Tequila Antiguo (40% vol.) is the premium Sierra quality.
    Matured for a long time in small oak casks to perfect its flavour, it has a warm, deep golden colour and a characteristically full, aromatic, yet at the same time exceptionally delicate, mellow flavour.
    £33.99
  • Jose Cuervo 1800 Tequila Reserve Anejo 38% 70cl
    Cuervo 1800 Tequila is made from 100% Blue Agave and aged to maturity in charred oak barrels. This product won the Impact "Hot Brand" Award for the second year running in 2005. This is ideal as a Margarita Ingredient in conjuction with Cuervo Margaita Mix.
    £39.99
  • Gran Centenario Anejo Tequila 38% 70cl
    Gran Centenario Anejo is a tequila of unparalleled smoothness and quality. Gran Centenario Aejo is made from 100% Blue Agave, aged for 18 months. It is distilled from carefully selected 10-year-old blue agave plants and aged in new toasted American oak barrels to achieve the perfect balance of taste and smoothness. These best quality aged Anejo tequilas are blend by the Tequila Master according to the process established by Lazaro Gallardo in 1857.
    £43.50
  • Sauza Tres Generaciones Anejo Tequila 38% 70cl
    Sauza Tres Generaciones Tequila Anejo - This Anejo Tequila is considered the crowning achievement of the Sauza family distillery. Its delicate, natural, amber hue comes from more than three years aging in once-used bourbon barrels. The richness of 100% estate-grown blue agave is imparted with the subtle flavors of the hand-charred oak over its long resting period, giving it a smokey, smooth finish like no other.
    £43.50
  • Ocho Anejo Tequila Single estate 40% 70cl
    An estate-grown, 100% Blue Agave Tequila range, OCHO is produced as a collaboration between Tomas Estes (the man credited with bringing the first bottle of Tequila to Europe) and renowned distillers, the Camarena family. What's really unique about OCHO is that it bears the first ever 'Tequila vintage'.

    With a nose of dried fruit and powdered sugar, as well as hints of cinnamon, orange peel, rich plum and caramel, Ocho Anjeo is in its own league in the Tequila stakes.

    On the palate cinnamon, brown sugar, apricots and toasted almonds offer a smooth taste, with coffee and cacao accents bringing a crescendo to the lasting finish.
    £46.99
  • Sierra Tequila Milenario Extra Anejo 41.5%
    A 100% Premium agave, Sierra Tequila Milenario Extra Aejo is double distilled and benefits from the Triple Selection Process at the Distileria Sierra Unidas in Mexico.

    Sierra Tequila Milenario Extra Aejo is then aged in holm oak barrels in the old Hacienda of the distillery for at least four years to become absolutely perfect.

    This extended ageing period (The Consejo Regulador del Tequila rule that a minimum ageing period of three years is required for a Tequila Extra Aejo to mature) plus the particular continental climate and the altitude of Guadalajara accelerate the maturing process of the stored Sierra Tequila Milenario. This ensures the very high quality of the finished product.

    Sierra Tequila Milenario Extra Aejo has a deep golden amber colour. On the nose it is rounded and profound with hints of honey, agave juice, vanilla and subtle notes of caramel. In the mouth it is decadently smooth with a soft medium to full body and hints of caramel, grilled ripe tropical fruits and brown spices . It's finish is elegant smooth and invites appreciation.

    Sierra Tequila Milenario Extra Aejo is available in 70cl at 41.5% ABV
    £56.75
  • Patron Anejo Tequila 40% 70cl
    Patrn Anejo is a delicate blend of uniquely aged tequilas making it smooth, distinctive and extraordinary. All the tequilas are aged in small white oak barrels for a minimum of 12 months.

    The Patrn bottle is unique. Each beautifully designed glass bottle is hand-made and individually numbered making every bottle a collectable.
    £57.99