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Seeking to create the world's longest-aged tequila, master distiller Enrique Fonseca distilled this lot in copper double-column stills. Harvested late '93 and laid into barrel in February of '94; the casks were stored for 10 years in a dry, earthen-floor Aging room in the town of Atotonilco el Alto before being designated worthy of a longer Agung and then moved to a higher, cooler climate of Chapingo, Jalisco. The rested for an additional 11 years before being bottled in 2014. Unexpectedly pale in colour, it has a spicy nose with hints of butterscotch, oak makes itself known on the palate with vanilla notes and the vibrant agave is present with a lingering aftertaste of toasted coconut. Truly an exceptional sipping tequila!
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