Herradura Seleccion Suprema Extra Añejo Tequila

It would be easy to mistake this añejo for a Cognac: the rich, complex aroma suggests stone fruit and caramel, like an aged brandy. It's soft and rounded on the tongue, with peach and apricot, almond and hazelnut, and vanilla. Only the spicy finish—baking spice, cayenne, black pepper—gives it away as Tequila. Kara Newman 

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