|Spirits Style||Extra Anejo|
The new Maestro Dobel 50 1971 edition is inspired by such a successful year and creates one of the house's best extra añejos; aged in French and Eastern European oak barrels, and finished in Shochu barrels. Thanks to the careful cooking of the agaves in masonry ovens, this tequila is surrounded by aromas of wood notes; as well as toasted cereal, chocolate and honey that give it a unique character.
At first glance, its amber hue stands out with golden and coppery tones, which show its long maturation process. In the mouth, its sweetness and smoothness are appreciated on the palate, giving a pleasant sensation of warmth and permanence worthy of this special edition.
Nose: Full-bodied aroma.
Palate: The palate is an explosion of flavors and the finish is nice.
Finish: Finish is very long and very satisfying.
A perfect tequila to toast those who are turning 50 years old; for half a century full of wisdom, company, health and tequila. It is worth noting that each edition has been chosen by people who reach half a century of life in the current year; plus currently, only 10,000 bottles are offered, making it much more than just an alcoholic beverage.
The year 1971 for many is remembered for the creations and events that marked an era and that today are still present in the memory of millions of people.