Smooth and dry, yet fruit forward. Aged up to 364 days in small oak barrels (the maximum aging allowed by law before the tequila is designated Anejo). Pale golden color. Sweet caramel, raw honey and dried flower aromas display a touch of earthy olives and underbrush. A smooth entry leads to a very round dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full-bodied palate with sweet honey, cooked orchard fruit, caramel, olive juice, brown spices and crushed minerals. Finishes with a long vanilla and caramel fade with a brush of spice, oak and white pepper.