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Manana Tequila Anejo

Manana Tequila Anejo

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The majority of the tequilas acquire the category of “aged” after a year in the barrel. Our superb Mañana Añejo stays two long years in special barrels imported from Tennessee, United States, to become gold liquid and receive the best distinction that we can offer to one of our Tequilas.

Its unique and complex taste, with tones of fruit and oak, is filled with style and exquisiteness at the same time. It posseses clear sweet notes that derive from its secret process in the plantation and extraction of the honeys from the agave plant; it is an authentic delight for the palate, the smell and the vision. Mañana Añejo, the tequilas master piece of art, it is a drink to share with a special visit or simply just to make an evening become luminous, lived and unforgettable.

Specifications

  • NOM: 1414
  • Distillery: Feliciano Vivanco y Asociados, S.A. de C.V.
  • Region: Highlands - Los Altos
  • Distillation Steps: Double
  • Alc. Vol: 40%

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