The Full Review
In case you couldn't tell from the bottle, this is one expensive tequila. Like, really expensive. But the bottle, at least, does make it somewhat of a collector’s item. And the liquid inside is equally precious. Aged three to five years in American oak, this extra añejo is layered and nuanced, and has a beautifully perfumed nose. For most of us, the only chance to try this will be a pricey pour at an agave-centric bar. Given the bottle, it shouldn’t be hard to spot on the top shelf.