123 Tequila 3 Anejo
Tequila and mezcal are produced in different states of Mexico (though there is overlap). Tequila can only be made, by law, with one variety of agave: the Blue Agave.
The agaves used were sourced from the Tequila Valley and the piñas were cooked for close to two days in stone ovens.
Showcasing the lowland spice and mineral, you can almost taste the iron rich red soils. The "Tres" is aged one year in fresh white oak barrels, coaxes more depth of oak from these exceptional barrels without overpowering the fruit. The barrels used are the real difference here - no ex-whiskey or brandy barrels, just high quality new white oak. Enhanced richness and herbal quality are the keynotes for the Anejo.