GSN Review: Dulce Vida Organic Anejo Lone Star Edition

dulce-vida-lone-star-tequilaI’ve previously reviewed several of Dulce Vida’s tequilas here and here.  Their latest expression adds another gold star to their expanding portfolio.  Aged in 10 gallon ex-bourbon barrels from Texas’ Garrison Brothers Distillery, this tequila really shines.

Dulce Vida Organic Anejo Lone Star Edition (100 proof)
Visual: Light yellow-gold.
Nose: Highly floral, with an elderflower and rainwater nose.  Extremely fresh and with some vine-fruit notes.
Taste: Luscious and elegant, with a  spicy and dry profile.  A lot of lanolin comes through, which is indicative of a perfect distillation.
Finish: Reminiscent of a fine brandy or single malt Irish whiskey.  Dry, with hints of biscuit,
Overall: This takes agave and refines it to a new level.  I am consistently impressed with what Dulce Vida is doing with tequila expressions.
GSN Rating: A+

For more information go to: Dulce Vida

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