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Herradura Añejo Tequila

750 ml. | 80 proof

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Product Details

Type:
Tequila
Brand:
Herradura
Size:
750 ml.
Vintage:
NV
Item #:
70490
Case:
12 bottles
Status:
New

Herradura Anejo Tequila  NV / 750 ml.

Ratings Key:

  • SP Wine Spectator
  • WE Wine Enthusiast
  • VN Vinous
  • RP Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate
  • ST Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar
  • OT Other Review Service
  • Gold Premier Gold - Best Value*
  • Plat Premier Platinum - Our Highest Recommendation
  • * as rated by our staff

Published Reviews

96
96–100 pts.: 2/1/2009

The bouquet features wonderful aromas of caramel, cream, pastry dough and nutmeg with a background hint of honeyed peanuts. Entry is spicy and full-bodied; the midpalate displays a trace of vanillin that supports the more vibrant flavors of brine, salt, green vegetable and green pepper. Finishes clean, a touch smoky and delicately spiced. A classic añejo Tequila. Delicious.

92
92 pts.: 7/1/1999

Bright yellow-copper cast. Moderately full-bodied. Orange marmalade, wood, vanilla. Intensely aromatic with focused sweet flavors. Full but lean in the mouth, with an assertive drying quality. Shows some heat through the finish. Intense.

91
91 pts.: 5/1/2016

Bright gold in the glass, look for a fresh and breezy aroma that mixes grassy notes with gentle vanilla. It’s light and soft on the palate, showing honey, pepper and banana before finishing on baking spice and spearmint notes.

90
90 pts.: 3/1/2000

Medium straw in color; the nose is somewhat sweet, but there’s a nice perfumed backdrop here and an almost medicinal note that’s weirdly reminiscent of Armagnac. Go figure. The body is medium, and the palate follows the nose precisely. The finish is medium and somewhat spicier than the rest of the experience would lead you to believe.

: June 1, 1998

Golden color, a touch of whiskey aroma and an oaky flavor base with hints of grass and pepper in a long lasting flavor profile.

: March 1, 2008

Straw/yellow gold color; ideal clarity. The initial sniffs pick up exotic spicy, tropical fruit notes that are completely set apart from those of the Silver or Reposado as they display round, marginally resiny, fibrous scents that are mature yet vigorous; aeration stimulates incredibly seductive aromas of caramel, butter cream, pastry dough, and nutmeg, plus a background hint of honeyed peanuts; wow. Entry is piquant/spicy and full-bodied; mid-palate doesn’t give way to oaky sweetness, displaying just a trace of vanillin that supports the more vibrant flavors of brine, salt, green vegetable, and green pepper. Finishes clean, a touch smoky, and delicately spiced. A textbook añejo that always has been a classic. Still is. Highest recommendation.

: April 1, 1997

Another pale chartreuse tequila, this one’s complex nose carried notes of vanilla, cocoa, tropical fruits, and burnt apricots. The almost syrupy body coated the mouth and the sophisticated palate prompted descriptors such as dried fruits, dried peppers, dates and raisins. The finish was warn and soothing. We agrees that this was a tequila of very high quality, and although a few panelists noted that they might use it in a mixed drink, almost everyone thought that this was a sipping tequila.