A highly acclaimed expression from 1800. This 1800 Anejo Tequila is aged in small French oak barrels for over 12 months, and some of the tequila is even aged in American oak for three years. The combination of these maturation processes creates a complex, oaky number that is as great on its own as it is in a mixed drink.
The nose gives hints of freshly churned butter. You can expect a heavily oaked, slightly spicy palate, and this oakiness lingers in the finish, with creaminess, and a wisp of smoke.