Reviewed on 10-29-2020
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Rating 91
Style
Produced In Mexico
ABV 40%
Availability Year Round
Price $56.00 

The Full Review

This añejo tequila spends more than a year aging in American oak. That period builds upon the spicy, vegetal character showcased in the brand's blanco expression. The palate is well-balanced, offering layers fruit, nuts, sweetness, and a hint of char. At just over $50 bucks, this is fantastically well-priced añejo tequila.

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Villa One Anejo
This añejo tequila spends more than a year aging in American oak. That period builds upon the spicy, vegetal character showcased in the brand's blanco expression. The palate is well-balanced, offering layers fruit, nuts, sweetness, and a hint of char. At just over $50 bucks, this is fantastically well-priced añejo tequila.

Reviewed On: 10-29-2020
91
POINTS
Villa One Anejo
This añejo tequila spends more than a year aging in American oak. That period builds upon the spicy, vegetal character showcased in the brand's blanco expression. The palate is well-balanced, offering layers fruit, nuts, sweetness, and a hint of char. At just over $50 bucks, this is fantastically well-priced añejo tequila.

Reviewed On: 10-29-2020