First nosing passes pick up incredibly zesty and harmonious aromas of dill, fennel and pepper; another seven minutes sees the bouquet turn elegant, oaky and herbal. Palate entry is semisweet, with deft traces of caramel and vanilla; by midpalate the flavors include marzipan, hard candy, dried herbs, green pepper and vanilla. Finish is long, luxurious and stately. A brandy-like Tequila that's slightly richer than the terrific 2002 Reserva de la Familia. (review of 2003 Reserva)
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By: ed west 5/8/2009
I had the 2005 version of this and it was the best anejo EVER. Now I bought the 2008 and it is a sad replacement. It was boring and nowhere near as smooth as the 2005. Can you help me find the 2005? It's the one where the box art looks like the agave cactus ends. It's a yellow box.