Paladar Tequila Anejo

Vendor Paladar
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Paladar Tequila Anejo stands as the epitome of refined craftsmanship and exceptional taste. Aged to perfection for an extended period, our tequila exudes a rich amber hue, hinting at the depth of character within. The nose is greeted with an enticing blend of oak, vanilla, and a touch of caramel, setting the stage for a truly luxurious experience.

On the palate, Paladar Tequila Anejo unfolds a symphony of flavors, with notes of dried fruits, decadent chocolate, and a subtle yet harmonious spice. The aging process in premium oak barrels imparts a velvety texture, creating a smooth and well-balanced profile that captivates the senses.

The finish is a lingering masterpiece, leaving a warm and satisfying aftertaste that lingers on the palate. Whether enjoyed neat or as the foundation for your favorite cocktails, Paladar Tequila Anejo promises an elevated tequila experience, inviting you to savor the artistry and dedication distilled in every drop. Elevate your moments with the unparalleled sophistication of Paladar Tequila Anejo.




Tasting Notes

Silky and rich with vanilla, caramel, butterscotch and custard flavors, it also adds little floral notes and lingering oak that create a mellow and soothing tequila meant to be sipped neat from a properly shaped tequila glass.

Distillery Information

Tequila añejo is aged 1 to 4 years in oak barrels (añejo means “old” or “vintage” in Spanish). It tastes richer, with notes of vanilla and cinnamon. Añejo shines when drunk straight and on the rocks, so you can taste the nuances of its character. Tequila aged over 3 years may be labeled “Extra añejo.For a tequila to be considered an añejo, it has to spend between one and three years aging in barrels no larger than 600 liters. Meant to be sipped, the additional time in wood results in amber hues and complex flavors of honey, vanilla, and baking spices that some liken to whiskey.Located only 40 miles northwest of the cosmopolitan city of Guadalajara (population 1.5 million), Tequila is home to La Rojeña, Latin America's oldest distillery (1798), and the only one of three distilleries owned by Mexico's largest tequila maker, Jose Cuervo, that offers tours.Tequila is a recognised Appellation of Origin (AOC) and can only originate from an officially delimited region, which includes 181 municipalities in five Mexican states, being the entire state of Jalisco and specific bordering areas of the surrounding states of Guanajuato, Michoacán and Nayarit.