Herradura Añejo Tequila at Third Base Market & Spirits
We are proud to feature Herradura Añejo Tequila in the meticulously curated selection at Third Base Market & Spirits. This premium tequila is a hallmark of Casa Herradura, one of the oldest and most respected producers in Jalisco, Mexico. Aged for 25 months—well beyond the industry standard for an añejo—this spirit captures the very essence of time-honored tequila craftsmanship.
- Name: Herradura Añejo Tequila
- Type: Tequila, Añejo
- Age: 25 Months
- Region: Amatitán, Jalisco, Mexico
- Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 40%
Tasting Notes and Technical Description:
The spirit displays a radiant amber hue, enrobed in a lustrous sheen, that attests to its extensive aging process. The bottle itself is emblematic of tradition, with its straightforward, yet elegant, design that conveys a sense of timeless craftsmanship.
The bouquet is a complex interplay of aromas, anchored by robust notes of cooked agave and oak. As you delve deeper, subtler nuances of dried fruits, particularly dates and figs, emerge, underscored by a light trace of vanilla and cinnamon.
On the palate, Herradura Añejo Tequila is extraordinarily well-balanced. The initial sweetness of agave is beautifully complemented by flavors of toasted oak and dark chocolate. There is an unmistakable richness and complexity here, enhanced by secondary notes of caramel and a touch of nuttiness—likely a result of its extended aging period.
The finish is long and satisfying, characterized by a delightful warmth that descends into a lasting afterglow. The final notes are a complex mingling of spice, oak, and the enduring sweetness of agave.
Exclusively sourced for the discerning patrons of Third Base Market & Spirits, Herradura Añejo Tequila stands as a testament to the art of tequila production. The masterful balance of agave and oak, the intricate weave of flavors, and the sustained, gratifying finish make this añejo an exceptional choice for those who appreciate the finer nuances of premium tequila. This is not merely a spirit; it is an experience—an invitation to explore the rich tapestry of Mexican heritage and tradition.