Distilled at the famous El Llano distillery, this tequila is aged for 3 years in new oak barrels.
Esperanto Anejo was tasted at Meeting No. 39 on August 27, 2015. Out of 5, we rated it very highly at 3.34. Esperanto Anejo ranks 24th overall in Tequila. Costing $75, this spirit is on the pricier side given the our rating of it.
Sharp mouth feel. Subtle candy (vanilla?) and blood combo. Reminds me of a bar fire in Juarez after a donkey fight. 4 stars!
Light malty custard and earthy zest. Invigorating like the soap of the same name. Reminds me of the Del Maguey Minero Mezcal. Really solid sipper for under $100.
Pepper and mint chocolate chip ice cream without being too heavy. Citrus zest. A touch of caramel for body.
Lively nose with notes of licorice with a dry bite
Juicy, mouth watering savory short-lived
Decent nondescript tequila. Peppery and a little sweet.
Very mild, but has a bit of turpentine flavor that's kind of unpleasant.
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