Maestro Dobel Anejo Tequila
A defined and distinct character stands above the crowd. Aged in American white oak barrel then “paired” with a European oak reserve just before bottling for a deeper complexity of flavor. Best savored slowly on its own, either neat or on the rocks.
Juan Dobel, a man who has traveled the seven continents and come to know the best of the best in the world, had one passion: To craft the first-ever diamond tequila. With a vault of the rarest tequilas at his disposal and a seventh generation distilling lineage to boast, Juan set out to create the most exquisite tequila in the world to be sipped by kings, sultans and businessmen alike. He proved victorious with Dobel. A blend of Reposado, Anejo and Extra Anejo tequilas which have been gently filtered give the tequila an incredible Diamond Clarity and crispness. This purity combined with the complexity derived from the aged tequilas makes Reserva del Maestro Dobel a completely unique Tequila. The tequila is hand crafted in small batches and aged in new oak casks from Southen Europe before getting bottled, labeled by hand and individually numbered. The agave is grown for eight to ten years and then hand selected by Jimadores at one of the family's best quality producing ranches as you can read on every bottle. Juan Dobel, a visionary artist, skilled craftsman, and creator of the world’s most exquisite tequila.
Because of their great complexity, Anejo Tequilas are most often used as a substitute for Brandy or Whiskey in cocktails like the Manhattan or Old Fashioned. Anejo Tequilas must be aged in oak barrels for between one and three years, while Extra Anejo refers to any Tequila aged longer than three years. The prolonged contact with the oak barrel allows the wood to make a much stronger impression on the Tequila by adding toffee, caramel and vanilla to the sweet, spicy agave flavor profile.