Campeon Tequila Anejo

Campeon Tequila Anejo

Campeon Tequila Anejo

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Campeon Tequila Anejo embodies the pinnacle of Mexico's esteemed tequila tradition, delivering a distinguished and nuanced expression of aged agave spirit. With meticulous attention to detail and a commitment to excellence, this Anejo tequila captures the essence of time-honored craftsmanship and celebrates the rich heritage of tequila-making.

At first sight, Campeon Tequila Anejo reveals a deep amber hue, reminiscent of golden sunsets over the agave fields of Jalisco. This radiant color hints at the depth and complexity that have been patiently nurtured through years of aging in oak barrels, inviting the senses on a captivating journey of exploration.

Upon nosing, the aroma unfolds with inviting notes of caramel, vanilla, and toasted oak. Subtle hints of spice, dried fruit, and earthy undertones add layers of complexity, creating a bouquet that is both intriguing and memorable.

On the palate, Campeon Tequila Anejo delights with its velvety texture and harmonious flavor profile. The taste journey begins with a burst of rich caramel and butterscotch, followed by nuances of cinnamon, nutmeg, and dark chocolate. These flavors meld together seamlessly, culminating in a smooth and satisfying finish that lingers on the palate.

Versatile and refined, Campeon Tequila Anejo is perfect for savoring on its own or as the foundation for premium cocktails. Whether enjoyed in a classic Old Fashioned, Tequila Manhattan, or simply on the rocks, it promises an authentic taste of Mexico's tequila heritage.

With its impeccable quality and timeless appeal, Campeon Tequila Anejo embodies the spirit of celebration and craftsmanship. Raise a glass and experience the magic of aged agave in every sip. Cheers to the beauty of tradition and the enduring legacy of Campeon Tequila.

Citrus, herbs, pineapple, pear, sweetness… these are the flavor notes that most associate with agave flavors in Tequila. Vanilla, caramel, oak, toast, nuts, cloves, cinnamon, biscuit… these are all barrel notes.

Campeon Tequila Anejo- Campeon tequila is made at El Viejito distillery in Atotonilco, Jalisco.Tequila is a distilled beverage made from the blue agave plant. The drink is typically composed of 40% – 60% alcohol by volume (80 – 120 proof) and is made in Mexico. Tequila is made from the heart of the agave plant, which is called the piña.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.There are three major classifications of 100% agave tequila: Blanco, Reposado, and Añejo. The flavors of each of these tequila types are largely affected by how they are distilled and how long they are aged in oak barrels.The three main types of tequila are tequila blanco (also known a silver tequila), tequila reposado and tequila añejo. You can also find some tequila joven (joven means young) and at the other end of the scale, small amounts of extra añejo (extra old) tequila exists.

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