The Full Review
An admittedly pricey offering, this añejo is perfect for those who drink expensive brown spirits but have yet to find their preferred agave distillate. It's color is akin to a light bourbon and it shares many of the same aromas, from dried fruits to baking spices to oak. The palate is rich and introduces a hint of cooked agave. While the price tag says it’s a sipper, the flavor profile screams “mix me in an Old Fashioned.” Why not try both?