dark chocolate
fruit
caramel
citrus zest
vanilla
toasted oak
hay
pepper
roasted
Spiral Cuestion Tequila Añejo

Cuestion
Tequila Añejo
Reviews and Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Warm amber. 

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Caramel, toasted oak, dark chocolate, and citrus zest. 

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Full and dry with vanilla, exotic fruits, roasted poblano peppers, and hay. 

Finish
Long and smooth.
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Cuestion Tequila Añejo is adored for its dark chocolate, fruit, caramel and citrus zest flavor notes.

This Tequila is carefully distilled at Hacienda La Capilla distillery, Mexico.

Based on 34 votes, the average rating for Cuestion Tequila Añejo is 8.4/10.

Top reviews for Cuestion Tequila Añejo:

— An incredibly smooth and delicious ultra premium tequila at a fantastic price

— This tequila was extremely delicious and smooth. Just sip it straight.

— Rich, right am the of birm
  • Category
  • Style
    Añejo Tequila
  • Region
    Highlands - Los Altos
  • Country
    Mexico
  • Alcohol
    40%
  • Distillery
    Hacienda La Capilla
  • Age
    18 Month Old
  • Maturation
    Fire-cured Jack Daniels barrels

Cuestion Tequila Añejo

(0.75l, 40%)


8.4/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Cuestion Tequila Añejo
Linda
Linda,
Smooth
 
guest
guest,
An incredibly smooth and delicious ultra premium tequila at a fantastic price
 
Nicole
Nicole,
This tequila was extremely delicious and smooth. Just sip it straight.
 
Aimee
Aimee,
This tastes great! As a mix, by itself or as a shot you can't go wrong.
 
All
All,
Rich, right am the of birm
 
All
All,
Smooth,full flavor
 
James
James,
Many years ago, back in my college days, tequila and I had something of a disagreement that led to us not being on speaking terms for the better part of two decades. And so, it was with some trepidation that I approached Cuestion Anejo, spurred on by glowing reviews from friends who don't ordinarily drink tequila, as well as the fact that it ages for a year and a half in barrels that once housed Old No. 7. So I figured, what the hell. It was a good figuring. This is an incredibly smooth tequila, it starts off sweet and then ends with the familiar pepper burn of tequila, but it's not too strong. There's very little ethanol aroma to it, and all in all, this could be a good regular drinker. And bizarre as it may seem, it makes a heck of a good Old Fashioned!
 
Rachel
Rachel,
That sweetness in the begging then the peppery kick at the end
 
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