Anejo tequila is the kind of tequila with a terrific drink's maturity, nuanced texture. After being newly strained and distilled, tequila is aged for one to three years in oak barrels. As a result, Fortaleza Tequila produces rich, high-quality tequila with a delectable flavor. The palate is led by roasted agave with flavors of baking spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.
Fortaleza Tequila - Contemporary With 140 Years Old History
Fortaleza Tequila is perhaps one of the most outstanding, hand-crafted Tequilas in the realm of agave spirits. Tequila Fortaleza has garnered a following of connoisseurs unparalleled by any other brand with only 15 years on the market since their introduction in 2005. However, the origins of Fortaleza go back much further, 140 years to be exact, to the inception of the Tequila business itself. Guillermo Erickson Sauza, the owner/operator, is the fifth dynasty of the notorious Sauza family, whose ties to Tequila date back to his great-great-grandpa, Cenobio Sauza, in 1843. Any tequila connoisseur will enjoy Fortaleza Anejo.
Fortaleza Anejo - A Hint Of Sweet Spice
Fortaleza Tequila is matured in American oak for 18 months, offering it an unrivaled depth. To get the most fantastic tequila, carefully nurtured Agaves from Jalisco, Mexico, are smashed and thoroughly prepared.
In this highly appreciated and wonderfully aged Anejo, notes of caramel, vanilla, butterscotch, and cooked agave virtually leap from the glass. Some people may smell pineapple, peach, orange blossom, nutmeg, and raisin in this tequila since it is so deep and nuanced.
Once in your mouth, the complete cooked agave sensation continues with a thick and greasy consistency that delightfully wraps your mouth. People frequently distinguish flavors such as butterscotch, caramel, toffee, citrus, and hazelnuts.
Fortaleza Tequila - Savor It Cold
Drinking Anejo Tequila on the rocks is one of the ideal ways to experience all of its nuances. It's the most excellent way to enjoy and understand all of the flavors in this dark tequila. The silky caramel and vanilla finish, along with the salty citrus notes of tequila, will leave you craving more. Start with a giant clear ice cube or crushed ice in a rock or whisky glass. Over the ice, pour Anejo Tequila. Stir the tequila around the ice cubes. Wait around 2 minutes before sipping your tequila on the rocks if you have the time. It makes a significant difference! After that, it gets nice and cold, allowing the ice to melt gradually. This brings out the aromas of your lovely tequila.
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