Herradura Anejo Tequila
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  • Having never purchased a bottle of anejo tequila -I'd only had it in mixed drinks before - I decided to give it a try recently
  • Although I prefer reposado tequila, I really enjoyed this Herradura Anejo Tequila as it had a very full taste and mixed with a variety of things
  • The best thing about this tequila is how smooth it is
  • That richness is exactly what makes it so versatile in my opinion
  • Another thing I noticed is that the flavors of this tequila almost mimic a rum or whiskey - which is a result of the aging process


    • by Melanie Noell

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      Having never purchased a bottle of anejo tequila -I’d only had it in mixed drinks before - I decided to give it a try recently. Anejos are known for richer flavors because they take the longest to age. Although I prefer reposado tequila, I really enjoyed this Herradura Anejo Tequila as it had a very full taste and mixed with a variety of things.

      The bad thing about any anejo tequila is the price: This particular one normally costs $47 at our local liquor store; we were fortunate enough to get it


      for $40 on sale. Herradura is actually a bit higher priced than other anejos, but because it was such a good deal, we decided to jump on it.

      The best thing about this tequila is how smooth it is. There’s a nice fragrance when you open the bottle that is similar to wine, but with a bit of caramel sweetness to it. That richness is exactly what makes it so versatile in my opinion. I’ve mixed this in a citrus drinks as well as with more sugary drinks (caramel syrup from ...


      • Torani and a touch of simple syrup) and you still have a great tasting drink that is distinctly tequila. Heradurra is also one of the best in terms of not burning your throat - there was a bit of heat in the back, but no stinging or bad aftertaste. Just the rich flavors of the tequila.

        Another thing I noticed is that the flavors of this tequila almost mimic a rum or whiskey - which is a result of the aging process. It’s also why this tequila has the darkest coloring out

        of the three. The color makes it look a bit funny when you mix it with more colorful mixers, but that’s obviously just a superficial concern. The bottle is also pretty great - a nice rectangular bottle, something like 1800 or Patron.

        Overall, I really enjoyed this tequila. I still prefer reposado over anejo, but this was a great introduction to anejo tequila. It’s smooth, flavorful and can be drank alone or with mixers. It’s a definite must-try for tequila drinkers, and I would even guess rum and whiskey drinkers could find it appealing.




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