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Afamado Anejo Ceramic Tequila

Vendor Afamado
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Introducing Afamado Añejo Ceramic Tequila – a distinguished and beautifully crafted expression that encapsulates the rich heritage of Mexico's tequila-making tradition. Aged to perfection and presented in an exquisite ceramic bottle, this Añejo tequila from Afamado is a testament to the artistry, sophistication, and refined taste associated with premium tequila.

Aged to Excellence: Sourced from the sun-soaked agave fields of Jalisco, Mexico, Afamado Añejo undergoes a meticulous aging process, resting in oak barrels for an extended period to achieve the perfect balance of flavors. This aging imparts a deep amber hue, signaling the tequila's maturity and complex character.

Exquisite Ceramic Presentation: The Afamado Añejo comes encased in a beautifully crafted ceramic bottle, adding an extra layer of elegance and uniqueness to the experience. The detailed design pays homage to the artisanal craftsmanship that defines both the tequila and the rich cultural heritage from which it originates.

Sophisticated Aroma: Upon uncorking, the air is graced with a sophisticated and inviting aroma. Notes of caramel, vanilla, and a hint of oak intertwine, creating a bouquet that hints at the depth and complexity awaiting discovery within this meticulously aged Añejo.

Velvety Complexity on the Palate: The first sip unravels a velvety complexity on the palate – a symphony of flavors ranging from toffee and butterscotch to subtle hints of spice. The smoothness is a testament to the careful aging process, allowing the tequila to achieve a level of refinement that elevates the tasting experience.

Collector's Edition Craftsmanship: Afamado Añejo Ceramic Tequila is not just a tequila; it's a collector's edition that speaks to the connoisseur's appreciation for both taste and aesthetics. Each bottle represents a commitment to excellence, from the aging process to the artful presentation that makes it a standout in any collection.

Indulge in the sophistication of Afamado Añejo Ceramic Tequila – where craftsmanship meets presentation, and every sip is a journey into the refined world of aged agave spirits. Cheers to the excellence, the artistry, and the exceptional character that define this collector's edition tequila.


ABV

40%

Tasting Notes

As of my last knowledge update in January 2022, specific tasting notes for Afamado Anejo Ceramic Tequila may not be readily available. Tasting notes can vary depending on individual preferences and the unique characteristics of each bottling.

For Anejo tequilas in general, including ceramic presentations like Afamado Anejo Ceramic Tequila, you can typically expect a richer and more complex flavor profile compared to younger expressions. Tasting notes may include the influence of oak, with flavors of vanilla, caramel, and sometimes hints of spice. The aging process contributes to a smoother and more refined character.

To get the most accurate and up-to-date information on the tasting notes for Afamado Anejo Ceramic Tequila, I recommend checking the product's official website, contacting the manufacturer, or referring to recent reviews from reputable sources. These sources often provide detailed insights into the nuanced flavors of the specific tequila expression.

Distillery Information

Afamado is the "famous" spirit of Mexico, from the Tequila Tres Mujeres distillery. This particular bottle is a gorgeous ceramic bottle with artwork depicting an agave heart.
Tequila is a distilled spirit made from the Weber blue agave plant that grows in Mexico. The blue agave plant has huge spikes that come up from a central core that is called the pina. After the leaves are removed, the pina is the part of the plant that is used to make tequila.Tequila is a distilled spirit made from the cooked and fermented juice of the agave (pronounced 'Uh-Gah-Vee'), a spiky Mexican plant which resembles a cactus. Traditionally the process is labour intensive and artisanal – and many tequila distilleries still operate this way.
While some distilleries make just one Tequila, others might produce several. “Drinkers may not realize that the 3,000-plus Tequila brands on the market today come from fewer than 200 distilleries,” explains Jim Ruane, chief growth officer of Cierto Tequila.

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