- Engraving Option
After two distillations, the Añejo is aged for two years — longer than any tequila in its class. Riazul selected French oak barrels, made from wood in the Citeaux forests of Burgundy and featuring a medium toast.
The Añejo displays subtle hint of agave, driven by delicate flavors of honey, vanilla, dried fruits, and spices.
You are most likely to find Riazul's Añejo in upscale restaurants, cigar bars, etc
94 pts - www.tequila.net
#1 tequila in blind tasting of 164 Añejos
#3 out of more than 900 total tequilas
"Caramel, agave, mild clove, almond, butter, vanilla, and cinnamon"
"A pleasant surprise"
"Full of excellent aromas and flavors, and not over-oaked
Actually this is my favorite so far that I drink.. The tequlia is a super smooth and has a great taste. The shipping was very good and came in packaged very well.. Well pleased and will continue to purchase from old town tequlia Allen Osborne on Jul 13th 2017
Best tequila on the market! I have had some the most expensive tequilas on market i.e., Patron En Lalique, Clase Azul Ultra Anejo, Casa Dragones, etc., Riazul Anejo is simply a better tasting tequila. Unknown on Jan 11th 2017
One of the best Anjeos I have ever sipped. The caramel and spice notes linger in a great finish Unknown on Nov 20th 2016
This is by far, the best sipping tequila I have ever tasted. Hints, of caramel, vanilla, and spices really bring out the smooth and rich flavor of this tequila. There is a reason why this Tequila is rated 96 out of 100, and beat out 164 other Anejos in a blind taste test. I highly recommend this Tequila to aficionados and novices, alike.. Mike Kuzminski on Apr 25th 2016