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Gran Tulum Tequila Anejo

Gran Tulum Tequila Anejo

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Gran Tulum Tequila Anejo is a tequila with a great body and character that can be witnessed in its intense golden color and fine wooden aroma obtained through the passage of time. It is aged for twelve months in white oak casks, which magically and slowly caress it to provide it with its unique taste, a reflection of the optimum care taken during its creation.

Just as close attention was paid to detail while constructing the "Pre-Hispanic temples", in Gran Tulum Tequila Anejo we have taken great care over even the smallest details to succeed in making a product which will be the perfect choice for those who want to enjoy a fine tequila, which is a tribute and monument to quality.

Gran Tulum Tequila Anejo rests patiently for at least twelve months in white oak barrels, in order to obtain the exceptional attributes and unique characteristics worthy of a product of such pedigree and stock.


  • NOM: 1459
  • Distillery: Tequila Selecto de Amatitán, S.A. De C.V.
  • Region: Lowlands - Central
  • Distillation Steps: Double
  • Barrel/Cask: White Oak
  • Alc. Vol: 40%

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