Tequila is a spirit that comes from the beautiful blue cactus known as agave, a native plant to the Mexican state of Jalisco.
Anejo tequila has a smoother finish and a rich taste that’s great for sipping or cocktails.
Most tequila brands still harvest and distill tequila in Jalisco, offering various types of tequila, from the young Blanco to Anejo. Anejo means “aged,” describing its aging process in oak barrels for up to 4 years.
Below, I’ll go over the top rated Anejo tequila brands for you to try.
Best Anejo Tequila
Anejo tequila is a smoother, more refined type of tequila that tastes best neat or on the rocks. My list of the most popular Anejo tequila gives you a range of tastes, aromas, and textures to try from companies, new and old.
Let us know in the comments below which Extra Anejo is your favorite.