1800 Añejo

~1800 Añejo is an aged tequila.~

I was at a birthday part and had the opportunity to have a several shots of tequila. In total I had five, which I considered to be a lot in the span of time they were consumed,* but I was happy to take them for the sake of socializing with family (in-laws). Plus, the tequila tasted great. 7:15 PM PT

tequila shot and bottle of 1800 Anejo
1800 Anejo - front

By the Shot:
1. Warm taste.
2. It has a nice smell. I remember this one time I smelled some cheap tequilla and it was painfully harsh on my nose. The taste was like the first shot: warm, sweet, smooth. In particular, there's no burning sensation in the throat.
3. no notes
4. Haha. My uncle-in-law doesn't wait for my cousin-in-law and I to toast, he says "I don't like to toast." In any case, it was warm. It was sweet. It was smooth. [Similar to my description of the second shot] 7:15 PM PT
5. One more. I probably could have had more if it weren't for the peanut I accidentally ate (prior to drinking). 8:17 PM PT

*Each shot is roughly the equivalent of one beer (0.57 ounces of alcohol). I had the four shots in under an hour. Normally, a better, slower pace would be at most two drinks an hour, at most six drinks in twenty-four hours. I can exceed these estimates, but I would begin to risk feeling sick and/or vomiting.

[20181216 Edit]

1800 Añejo

back of tequila bottle - 1800 Anejo
1800 Anejo - back

Relevant Links:
Anejo (1800 Tequila Website)
1800 Tequila (Wikipedia.org)

Website Information:
1800 Añejo

Using 100% Weber blue agave, picked at their peak — anywhere from 8-12 years old — Añejo is aged in French Oak barrels for a minimum of 14 months. Its finish is described as spicy and well rounded with flavors of toasted oak, vanilla and butterscotch. This deep, luxurious tequila is ideal for sipping.

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