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El Jimador Tequila Añejo

(70cl, 38%)

El Jimador Tequila Añejo

El Jimador Tequila Añejo Bottling Note

A wonderful Añejo tequila from bestselling Mexican brand El Jimador, produced at Casa Herradura in the valley of Jalisco. It’s made from 100% Blue Weber agave, and is then aged for a year in toasted white American oak barrels. Expect well rounded sweet vanilla and toffee flavours with a hearty helping of spice. Delicious!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Hints of morello cherry and cassia bark, sandalwood and violets.

Palate: Linseed oil and creamy vanilla. Soft spices, fragrant woods and pepper.

Finish: Peppery, agave-rich finish with hints of spice.

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El Jimador Tequila Añejo Reviews

Master of Malt Customer
21st September 2022
Hidden Gem
Drink straight. It’s smooth, with caramels and spice. Punches well above its price.
Master of Malt Customer
12th November 2021
Great drink.
I really like this tequila. It’s very easy to drink and tastes great. Would recommend.
Master of Malt Customer
12th December 2020
A staple Tequila
My go to Tequila in general as it’s price belies it’s smoothness and complexity. Drink it straight, or with a slice of lime for an interesting experience or even with tonic water for a refreshing drink. Great stuff.

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