Thursday, January 30, 2020

Embajador Supreme Anejo Tequila

Today I am reviewing Embajador Supreme Anejo Tequila. Embajador means ambassador in Spanish, lets see if it lives up to it's name. It comes in a slick bottle with a wooden cap that gives it a distinctive look. This would be a good idea to give as a gift to tequila lovers. Could not find the distillery but it does look like they have a meticulous process in producing highest quality tequila. Especially with so much competition they better be on their toes. 
Now lets enjoy my tasting notes and find out how it stands compared to other tequilas. 

Vital Stats 
Embajador Supreme Anejo Tequila
Price- $49.99 for 750ml bottle ,$7.99 for 50ml sampler(I got it as a Christmas gift 😃)
ABV- 40%
Age- 18 months
Country of Origin- Mexico
Distillery- Could not identify
Awards won- Gold 2014, Spirits of Mexico

Tasting info-
Serving glass- Glencairn whisky glass

Serving style- Neat
Appearance- Pale yellow
Aroma- Faint aroma of blue agave, peppermint,spice
Flavor- Sweetness of blue agave, spice,vanilla
Body- Medium
Finish- Mildly sweet non lingering

SJ's rating- Middle Shelf
It is a decent and balanced sipping tequila. Compared to other anejo tequila like the Aha Yeto it lacks the flavor and mouthfeel. I felt like I was having a reposado and not an anejo.
Occasions best enjoyed- Tequila flights, parties and as a mid range gift.
Cocktails- Anjeo's are meant to be sipped neat but I would use this in  margarina on the rocks as well

Keep the party going, Cheers! Enjoy responsibly. Not in the mood to read, listen to my SingleMaltLives Podcast.

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