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Don Julio Anejo 70cl / 38% (with gift box)


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Description

Barrel aged in smaller batches for eighteen months in American white-oak barrels, Don Julio® Añejo Tequila is a testament to the craft of making a superior tasting, aged tequila.

Rich, distinctive and wonderfully complex, its flavor strikes the perfect balance between agave, wood and hints of vanilla. Best experienced neat in a snifter or simply on the rocks.

Tasting Notes

Nose:

A fresh blend of lime, grapefruit and mandarin citrus aromas with a rich touch of caramel

Palate:

Full-bodied and complex with expressions of cooked agave, wild honey and oak-infused butterscotch

Finish:

Birght and lightly spiced finish with essence of wild honey

Recipes

AÑEJO SPICY MARGARITA

Ingredients:

1.25oz Don Julio Anejo Tequila
0.25oz Grand Marnier
0.5oz Lime Juice
0.25oz Simple syrup
1 Tsp Chipotle Chili Powder
1 Lime Wedge

Preparation:

  1. Pour Don Julio Ańejo Tequila, Grand Marnier, Lime Juice, Simple Syrup, and Chili Powder into an ice-filled cocktail shaker.
  2. Shake vigorously.
  3. Strain into an ice-filled rocks glass.
  4. Garnish with a lime wedge.
  5. Salt or sugar rim (optional)

 

How to make Simple Syrup:

1 part of sugar
1 part of hot water
Stir to dissolve the sugar
Let it cool


 

Details

Our story began in 1942, when a young Don Julio González saw a unique opportunity in the production of tequila.

He didn’t have much, but what he did have was passion, and after sharing his vision with a powerful local businessman he was granted a loan to create his first tequila distillery.

It was this unrelenting passion for excellence that inspired his creation of the world’s first luxury tequila.

Don Julio González revolutionized the world of tequila by choosing quality over quantity, painstakingly planting each agave further apart to allow proper room to grow and fully mature before harvesting. He would then select only the most succulent portions of the piña, before steaming them for 72-hour cycles.

When it came time to bottle his creation, he broke with generations of traditionally tall Tequila bottles typically hidden under tables. He knew his new spirit had no business hiding on the floor, so he designed a shorter tequila bottle for his guests to pass around the table while still being able to see each other.