Riazul Extra Anejo Tequila

Riazul Extra Anejo Tequila

(0.75l, 40%)

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100% blue agave raised in the highlands of Jalisco, aged first in Bourbon barrels, then to perfection in Oloroso casks.

About twenty years ago, Iñaki Orozco inherited 620 acres of land in the Jalisco State. The land had been passed down in the family for nearly two hundred years, but had never been developed or planted. Iñaki saw the potential and — over the next few years — he planted 175,000 shoots of Weber Blue Agave on his land. The first harvest in 2008 yielded the first bottles of Riazul Tequila. Today, Riazul’s three core Tequilas are highly-rated and award-winning examples of Mexican pride.

Riazul has become extremely popular because… well, because their Tequilas are so rocking good. And now Tequila fans everywhere are rejoicing with the first special, limited edition release of Riazul Extra Añejo. But to just say “Extra Ańejo” does not do this fine Tequila justice. Their core Añejo is aged two years. This “Extra” is aged for a total of four years — three of those in ex-Bourbon barrels and the another full year in Oloroso Sherry casks.

Say WHAT!? You read that right. This fine, premium, 100% blue agave Tequila is aged like some of the finest Single Malt Whiskies in the world. And now you can have some too.

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Riazul’s agave is raised in the Jalisco Highlands — more than 7000 feet above sea level. This yields an agave with a higher sugar content and smoother character.
  • Category
  • Style
    Anejo Tequila
  • Region
  • Country
  • Alcohol
  • Distillery
    Compañia Tequilera de Arandas
  • Age
    4 Year Old
  • Maturation
    ex-Bourbon barrels and Oloroso Sherry casks

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About The Flavor Spiral

ripe fruit
slightly sweet
What does Riazul Extra Anejo Tequila taste like?

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Tequila is like Champagne or Cognac. It has a Denomination of Origin, meaning it can only be produced in the Jalisco State, Mexico.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Medium Amber

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aromas are full and balanced with herbal notes, spice, vanilla, and ripe fruit.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The flavor profile has all the savory and herbal Tequila notes you expect with the addition of fig, sultana, and a dash of butterscotch.

The finish is long and sweet.
Ratings & Reviews
Smooth, rich, flavorful
I bought this on sale for $80. That is about the limit I’d pay. It is incredibly smooth and the herbal notes are quite nice. It lacks the complexity and balance of other high end tequilas
Love this Tequila.....very smooth but somehow retains a bite and a hint of pepper. As a recent Tequilaphile , I am educating my palate to the finer anejo offerings from Close Azula , Partida , Herradura....and Riazul fits right in there. Good value too. Peter
Vanilla, clove, herbs, agave on the nose. Sweet and smooth agave and spice in the palate. Smooth medium finish. I was a bit unimpressed with this given how much it costs - I think the Riazul Anejo is just as good or better for less than half the price. It’s good, but at almost $150 I probably won’t get it again.
Simply amazing, extremely smooth with lots of vanilla and butterscotch notes, the finish is sublime. Very special Tequila and worth every penny.
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