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Villa Lobos Añejo

(70cl, 40%)

Villa Lobos Añejo

Villa Lobos Anejo Bottling Note

Before the Villa Lobos Añejo spends 2 years maturing in oak casks, it is rested in steel tanks for at least 6 months, an undertaking that master distiller Carlos Camarena says gives the tequila a silky quality.

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Villa Lobos Añejo Reviews

Delicate, subtle and nuanced....

After the disappointing (for me) reposado, an extra year in those new oak barrels and without hardly adding any colour at all, we get this fabulous anejo! This is NOT a punchy fiery tempered tequila with loaded agave and pepper so if thats your bag (I know, me too, but read on!) it will surprise you. Its a class act, balancing its fruit basket on its head with its sweet caramel and vanilla overtones. Its genuinely hard to stop sipping it, and at this price you don't have to!

25th March 2021

Villa Lobos Anejo is soft, smooth, tasty and enjoyable. Delicious

Villa Lobos Anejo- It's rested 6 months in steel tanks then aged 24 months in American Oak, the Nose is light, with a mild cognac/wine oak aroma. You can detect a smoky, briny, perfumed, caramel, sweet agave nose. There is light vanilla and some very mild floral aromas, with a pinch of cinnamon and mint. The Taste was a medium oily feel, some heat, light caramel and vanilla, spice, almost a chocolaty hint, soft, clean and smooth. There's not a strong presence of vanilla or caramel, and is feminine, soft and smooth. Again, it's well balanced, with some citrus notes and the sweet agave taste. The Finish has some caramel, light smoke, a chocolate feel, light spice and light vanilla. It's a sweet, smooth, soft medium exit. A Nice soft and light Anejo. Very nice smooth and tasty- Long Island Lou Tequila on fb.

20th March 2015

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