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Fortaleza Añejo

(70cl, 40%)

Fortaleza Añejo

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Fortaleza Añejo Bottling Note

With a rich family history in tequila, Guillermo Sauza launched Fortaleza in 2005, bringing back the traditions of previous generations at the family distillery that had sat unused for too long. This celebrated añejo was aged for 18 months in American oak casks.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

A beautiful combination of agave and butterscotch, sultana and mixed peels. Oily, complex, outstanding.

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Fortaleza Añejo Reviews

You can taste the quality!

I only drink the finest tequila but i was taken aback at just how nice this tequila was. One on the very best sipping tequilas i have ever tasted! Amazing smooth flavour, i can't recommend it highly enough.

23rd November 2019

Tequila or mezcal?

Very good. Notes of agave, pepper, citrus, and chocolate.

2nd March 2018

An amazing tequila

An amazing tequila from one of the best distilleries. I've had all 3 of their expressions, but this one shines. It compares well to Don Julio 1942

14th March 2017

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