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Tequila aejo is aged 1 to 4 years in oak barrels (aejo means old or vintage in Spanish). It tastes richer, with notes of vanilla and cinnamon. Aejo shines when drunk straight and on the rocks, so you can taste the nuances of its character.
While reposado and aejo tequilas are both great for sipping solo and mixing into cocktails, Lozada recommends using reposado for fresher drinks (think variations on brighter classics, such as the French 75), whereas aejos are great for mixing into riffs on more robust drinks, such as a twist on the Old Fashioned.
Aejo Tequilas aged between 1-3 years in oak barrels. Extra Aejo is aged 3 years or more. Mixto Tequila containing less than 100% blue agave, usually mixed with sugars or other spirits.
The additional barrel time for extra aejo tequilas yields even more intense notes of caramel, vanilla, and baking spices. While aging, more tequila is lost to evaporation than with younger offerings, meaning extra aejo is docHubly more expensive for distilleries to produce and bottles are often higher-priced.
Indulge in the world of tequila like never before with Extra Anejo Tequila, a category renowned for its exceptional aging process. Aged for a minimum of three years in oak barrels, this tequila variety boasts a richness and complexity that captivate the palates of tequila aficionados.
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Tequila Extra Anejo This type of tequila is the most expensive, not only because the flavor is improved with age, but also because distilleries will only allow their best spirits to age for so long. Extra Aejo tequila should be enjoyed, not shot or mixed.
It is almost always the case, however, that aejo and extra aejo tequilas will be made from 100% blue agave as these are more expensive for the producer to make than mixtos tequilas, making them most worthy of being aged by the distiller.
Extra Aejo, also known as Ultra Aged, is considered the smoothest type of tequila due to its extended aging period of a minimum of three years in oak barrels. This lengthy aging process imparts a richer, more complex flavor and aroma to the spirit, resulting in a smoother and more enjoyable sipping experience.

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