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Herradura Anejo Tequila is categorized as an Anejo. Type is determined by age, and this spirit is aged for 24 months. Generally, Añejo ("aged" or "vintage") tequilas are aged from one to three years in small oak barrels. This aging darkens the spirit to an amber color and creates a smoother more complex flavor.View all products by Herradura
Whether you're a longtime tequila fan or you're just starting to develop a love for this agave-based liquor, there's one that you really need to meet. The result of tequila tradition and contemporary technique, Herradura Anejo is a tequila that you'll want to make your top-shelf staple.
Like all Herradura tequilas, the distillery's Anejo version hails from Amitan, in Jalisco's Tequila Valley. At Casa Herradura, all agave is the Weber Blue variety, which makes for a dry, well-rounded flavor that's enhanced with age. Before reaching the barrel aging process, however, the distillery roasts and shreds the agave hearts, ferments them using local yeast and distills the tequila twice. To become an extra aged tequila, the Anejo is aged for at least a year.
This 80-proof tequila has a rich, multi-layered flavor. You'll taste notes of chocolate, vanilla, oak and dried cherries, along with hints of pineapple and cinnamon. It also boasts a long-lasting finish that's earthy and slightly fruity.
There's no wrong way to enjoy Herradura Anejo, as long as you savor the rich flavor. Try it in a shot, shake it into a margarita or a Paloma or serve it up in El Duelo or La Estrellita. Whichever you choose, be sure to first buy your Herradura online at a great price through Drizly.