Jose Cuervo - 1800 Anejo - French Oak Aged 70cl Bottle

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Jose Cuervo - 1800 Anejo
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70cl Bottle
£38.03
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Description:
A true connoisseur's Tequila, 1800 Anejo is designed for the ultimate Tequila lover.

Colour: Dark Amber with copper highlights.

Aroma: Oak-driven agave with caramel, vanilla and toasted coconut flavours; spicy with marzipan, mineral, ripe fruit, and orange rind.

Flavour: Rich, smooth, rounded, spicy agave taste.

Finish: Pleasantly spicy with a long well rounded finish.

Age: Rested in mostly French oak, with a small portion from American oak for up to 3 years.



Category(s):     Tequila & Mescal
Group(s):     ,   100% Agave ,   Anejo
Producer: Jose Cuervo   -   www.cuervo.com
ABV:   38%
Brand:   Jose Cuervo
Country of Origin:   Mexico
Grade:   100% Agave
Style:   Anejo
Type:   Tequila

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3 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
Author:
Review: This has to be so far the smoothest Tequilla I've ever tasted, with no burn either. Orange peel & Pine notes on the after tase make its way through the salt & lime to leave a long lasting finish. I have converted at least 2 Tequilla haters
to think again before passing the Mescal section in their Off Sales, 1 even prefering to sip neat rather than doing the Salt & lime ritual.

Date of Review: Thu, 16 Aug 2012
Author:
Review: Like the other reviewer of the 15 or so Tequila\'s I have tried in the last few years this is probably the smoothest. It reminded me of drinking a smooth well rounded Bourbon. I have tried a few more expensive ones in the states and this is the one I would prefer to have in my cabinet at all times.

Date of Review: Tue, 10 May 2011
Author:
Review: I\'ve tried a few Tequila\'s and this one is the best I\'ve had so far. Very smooth, no alcohol \"burn\" and a very pleasant aftertaste. Highly reccomended.

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Producer Information

Jose Cuervo owns the largest holdings of agave in the world, nestled in rich, volcanic soil. Caretakers, called 'Jimadores', cultivate and harvest the agave. Jose Cuervo plants the agave shoots between February and July to avoid the months of excessive rain. The shoots, on average, take seven years to reach maturity.
Once the agave has been harvested and pruned, the agave's cores or 'pinas' are sent to La Rojena. Each day the agave oven deck receives from 200 to 300 tons of agave for the production of tequila. The cooking of the pinas refines the taste of the tequila. Even today, this process is carried out completely in the artisanal tradition, requiring 36 to 40 hours. Eight hours after cooking, the pinas are taken to four mills for grinding. The first one is known as the shredding machine: its multiple blades shred the agave into small pieces. The chunks are then ready for the second wheel, which smashes the pieces to extract the juice. The next two are extraction wheels, where the juice, known as must, is separated from the bagasse.
The resulting must is sent to the fermentation tanks. After 50 to 60 hours, the juice is now completely fermented. The next steps - distillation, condensation, and rectification - produce a drinkable product known as white tequila.
The tequila is reposed and aged slowly in barrels; during this time it acquires the gustatory and aromatic features of wood.The toasting of the barrels is the key to their aromatic yield. There are three degrees of toasting: light, medium and strong; each determines a different tequila profile. The barrels are also lightly sprayed with water so that the wood absorbs humidity to prevent evaporation of the tequila aging inside it.

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