Porfidio Extra Anejo Tequila

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Porfidio Añejo Extra Single-Agave Super-Jalisco 750 ml 39.3%
Category: First Growth Super-Jalisco (1005 Blue agave spirits from Jalisco) 
Note: First scientifically advanced "tequila", produced with new German spirits production technology which lowers the methanol content to below 100 mg (from an average of 300 to 500 mg for a standard 100% agave tequila), updated bottle design of the classic Porfidio cactus bottle.

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10 Reviews

  • 5
    Well packaged

    Posted by Brian Taylor on Jun 11th 2020

    I haven’t open this bottle but I’ve had it before. I’m saving it for a special day. I was happy with Old Town Tequila’s packaging of my bottle. I would order from them again.

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 24th 2020

  • 3
    Order charged to credit card but not shipped complete

    Posted by Kenneth Schumacher on Mar 11th 2020

    Did not receive the 4 glasses that was charged for from old town tequila , can get no response the tequila is a 5 the service due to cannot get anyone to respon is a 1

  • 5
    Best 100 Blue Agave

    Posted by John Adams on Apr 10th 2019

    Buy from OLD town ! Fast shipping. Used to buy locally but no more distributors in Texas. Best sipping tequila I’ve ever had.

  • 5

    Posted by Tom Lukasik on Nov 29th 2018

    The smoothest tequila I have ever tasted .

  • 3
    Nothing special

    Posted by Gregg Summers on Sep 25th 2018

    An average tasting tequila that's pretty expensive.

  • 5
    The Smoothest Tequila Ever!

    Posted by Stacey on May 21st 2018

    I purchased this knowing what I was getting as I have had it before. No need for limes or salt, drink it straight up and enjoy. Even if you are not a huge tequila fan, this one will change your mind!

  • 5
    No words

    Posted by Marcux on Mar 27th 2018

    There are no words for Porfidio; they set the bar (no pun) years ago and still remain among the best if not the best.

  • 5
    Stronger taste than the Anejo

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 26th 2018

    Stronger taste and finish than the regular Anejo version, assuming due to the additional aging time. Still one of my favorites.

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