Cava de Oro Tequila Extra Añejo has a dark amber color and a mixture of aromas of cinnamon, caramel, vanilla and nutmeg. Its smooth entry quickly expands revealing a delicious range of toasted flavors, cinnamon, and maple syrup, all of which linger on the palate for a pleasant long time. Visible the richness of the past. Extra Subtle and elegant Añejo, with 5 years of maturation in French white oak barrels.From a dark amber color and a mezcal of sweet aromas, with an excellent toasted flavor and vanilla notes. Take it alone but accompanied by the riches of the present.
AROMA: Multitude of fruity aromas and toasted oak.
FLAVOR: Its exquisite sweetness turns a grand and long ending.
|Class:||Extra Añejo / 5 years of rest|
|Category:||100% Blue Agave|
|Volume of Alcohol:||40% Alc. Vol. (80º Proof)|
|DOT:||194/02 / Region Valleys|
|Distillery:||Tequilera Puerta de Hierro SA de CV|
|Country of origin:||Mexico|
So sweet, so tasty, it's perfect. I am never without a bottle in the house.
really fine sipping tequila
The BEST sipping tequila I have ever had! Have shared with others and they too have felt the same. Very smooth with no “ha” (like you get with some tequilas that you take a shot and need a lime to cover the harshness) Perfect to just pour a short glass, sit back, relax and sip on!
Great shipping tequila. Pairs well with dark chocolate and orange slicescom
Great purchase. Very happy with the quality
Cava De Orro is Absolutely the smoothest and best tequila i have ever tasted! I can actually sip on this one!
We had this tequila in Cabo for the first time and fell in love with it. So glad you carry this. It's the best tequila we have had! Very smooth!
I love the sugarcane aftertaste
We purchased Addictivo, Cava de Oro, and Don Cayo for a little blind taste test last week (all extra anejo, similar price point). Three judges. Two Cava, One Addictivo. Trust me, none of these three will disappoint for the price. Don Cayo had come ahead of Cava, slightly, a few weeks before with another taste challenge. Wife had previously been a Don Julio 1942 woman, but for arounf $40-50 less per bottle these others stand their own.