A commanding, mature spirit, the Añejo is rested for about 18 months in white oak "medium toast" barrels that come from the Ozarks in Missouri. This is an elegant and robust spirit featuring a subtle yet complex flavor profile with notes of cinnamon, tobacco, raspberries, black olives, vanilla, coconut and butterscotch. The spirit offers a prolonged finish, and is best enjoyed neat in a Glencairn glass or large snifter.
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