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Review: Corzo Anejo Tequila

Posted by Arctic Wolf on April 2, 2018

Corzo is a 100% Blue Weber Agave Tequila produced in Los Altos (the Highlands) of Jalisco, Mexico. Most tequila is double distilled however, Corzo Tequila is triple distilled with only a small center cut taken from each distillation. In fact this fine center cut requires the company to use twice as much agave to produce the tequila as would normally be used. After the second distillation, Corzo tequila is rested for 2 to 4 months in American white oak barrels. After the tequila has matured for this first amount of time the tequila is then distilled a third time. After the third distillation the tequila is then matured for a second period of time in French oak until it has reached the right properties to be bottled as Corzo Anejo Tequila.

Here is a link to my latest Tequila review:

Review: Corzo Anejo Tequila

“… The initial breezes above the glass brought me a nice mixture of light caramel, soft fruity agave, and spicy black pepper. Some herbal tones peaked through with a sense of mint and alfalfa hay. Some hints of chocolate and vanilla were apparent and a little oak spice and scattered tea leaves seem to swirl in the merry little breezes as well …”

Please enjoy my review.

Chimo!

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