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Don Pilar Anejo Tequila
  • Don Pilar Anejo Tequila

    • Grupo Industrial Tequilero de Los Altos (NOM 1443), San Ignacio Cerro Gordo, Mexico

      40% ABV



      Don Pilar (yes, he’s a real person) worked his way backwards through tequila by making an añejo first. But he did it a little differently by using new American oak barrels instead of cheaper ex-bourbon barrels. The result is a rich tequila with more grip than other añejos due to the more intense barrel extraction. Ends up with some more bourbon like notes of tobacco, leather, and black pepper, mixed with tequila flavors of agave, vanilla, and banana. One for añejo drinkers and whiskey drinkers looking to dip their toe into tequila.


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