After eighteen months in oak, Tres' wood character is more prominent, and on first blush, it is heady on the nose with tannin and wood oil notes. This fades after time in the glass, revealing richer versions of those characteristics in the Reposado: caramel and some chocolate notes. A lovely Anejo, it really opens up when you give it time.
“96 Points” Tasting Panel Magazine
On a morning when three brilliant roosters (tototl) greet the dawn with hopeful songs of renewal, mature agave plants at the hacienda are ready to be hand-harvested and Organic Blanco tequila awakens from an eighteen-month slumber in white oak barrels to be reborn as Añejo (Tres) Tequila. Just as the rooster has long been a symbol of virility and power in Mexican folklore, the complex aromatic bouquet and the deep golden hue of Añejo (Tres) Tequila are signs of its superior quality and lengthy aging.