Anejo (meaning 'aged') receives a minimum of one years ageing, with luscious vanilla, creme caramel and oakiness combining with the original agave character. A maximum of 5 years ageing is generally the limit, beyond which the barrel influence tends to overwhelm the agave character.
Chamucos, which means devil or demon in Mexico, is made from 100% Weber Blue Agave under the watchful eye of master distiller Wilfrido Ortega Casas. A number of techniques are applied to bring the best out of these Agave plants including "playing Classical music during distillation".
Don Fulano's anejo tequila is an aromatic expression aged for three years in a mixture of old and new French oak. Made from blue agave, this has dried fruit notes. Mix 60ml with 2 dashes of bitters, 1 and a half bar spoons of brown sugar and 3 orange peels for a fantastic acabado sedoso (martini).
A rare single barrel bottling of Ocho's Añejo tequila, bottled at an almost unheard of cask strength. This is about as close to drinking tequila straight from the wood, and is a great example of the brand's spirit focused style.
The Extra Anejo tequila from Ocho, made by the famed Camarena family who are also behind Tapatio and El Tesoro. It's aged for 3 years and a day using a mix of refill casks and new French oak to give a tasty and easy drinking tequila with a slab of woody complexity.
El Tesoro Paradiso combines the expertise of Don Felipe Camarena and Alain Royer of Fussigny to create a cognac cask aged extra anejo tequila packed full of elegant woody flavours. An incredible tequila. San Francisco WSC - Best Ultra-Aged Añejo Tequila
Berrueco Rock is a small batch anejo tequila. Each batch is aged in a single American Oak barrel charred to the max. This results in a toasty style of tequila that's proving especially popular with whisky lovers.
A really sumptuous anejo taken, as the name suggests, from the private stocks of the Cuervo family. This tequila has been aged five years for exceptional smoothness. The box for this 2012 edition was designed by Ricardo Pinto.
A European release of the increasingly legendary Don Julio 1942 tequila, named for the eponymous Don who passed away in 2012. A rich, old and chocolatey tequila with the trademark pepper notes backed up by loads of fruit. Impressive.
An old release of Jose Cuervo's famous Reserva de la Familia. This tequila is considered one of the finest amongst the Cuervo range with the box designed by a Mexican artist. The box for this 2011 edition was created by Jerónimo López Ramirez (aka Dr. Lakra)
A super premium tequila from Arette, Unique Extra Anejo is aged for 6 years and is produced from specially selected agave hearts for a rich and full bodied spirit. Please note that this is a 35cl bottle
An old release of Jose Cuervo's famous Reserva de la Familia. This tequila is considered one of the finest amongst the Cuervo range with the box designed by a Mexican artist. The box for this 2010 edition was created by Pablo Vargas Lugo.
A small batch Anejo named after founder Don Julio Gonzalez-Frausto Estrada, who first distilled Tequila at the age of just 17 in 1942. Aged for at least 30 months in American white-oak, this is a remarkably smooth and incredibly complex Tequila with notes of tropical fruit, agave and a hint of cinnamon spice.
A legendary special edition tequila bottled for the Millennium from the very oldest and greatest of Cuervo's vast stocks. With a depth of flavour, softness and complexity that is quite astounding for a tequila, this is a true connoisseur's treat.
An old release of Jose Cuervo's famous Reserva de la Familia. This tequila is considered one of the finest amongst the Cuervo range with the box designed by a Mexican artist. The box for this 2009 edition was created by Marco Arce.
A simply stunning 100% agave anejo from Carlos Camarena of the La Altena distillery. This Excelencia Gran Reserva Extra Anejo from Tapatio made shows incredible peppery agave character, with buttery grilled veg and a spicy kick. A simply stunning tequila, this is our own Tim F's all-time favourite.