Gran Centenario Añejo Tequila
Gran Centenario Añejo Tequila is aged in American oak barrels for 18-months. The finished product is a light-bodied tequila with mild Agave and toasted wood overtones.
Nose– Toasted oak, chocolate, caramel and nuts.
Taste– Sweet and honeyed.
About Gran Centenario
In 1857, Lazaro Gallardo began crafting his own tequila in Los Camichines using his proprietary Seleccion Suave process. In 1895, he would name his tequila Gran Centenario to commemorate the start of a new century and began selling it at his tavern. Gran Centenario remains family-owned to this day. They currently produce Anejo, Reposado, Plata and Leyenda tequilas.
Tobin’s Review 3 out of 5
Gran Centenario Añejo has a light gold hue with aromas of wood, acetone and light citrus. The tequila has a light creamy taste with grapefruit citrus and lime flavors. Overall it’s not a bd tequila and is easy to drink straight.
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