Avion Reserva 44 Anejo Tequila

By Chad Carns

Avion Reserva 44 Anejo Tequila drinks like an expensive whiskey.

I recently tried Avion Reserva 44 Anejo Tequila at Daddy-O, a neighborhood bar in NYC’s West Village know for it’s fine and rare whiskey selection. If I didn’t know, I actually wouldn’t have guessed that I was drinking a tequila. I would have guessed a modern-style Scotch whisky. The nose was smokey, not peaty. 43 months in oak soften the agave flavor and impart natural flavors from the oak barrel. Flavor profile goes from pine nuts to tree sap, toffee and finishes with cinnamon.

Retail: $150

Avion Reserva 44 Anejo Tequila
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Agave2
Fruit3
Earth 6
Smoke6
Smooth 7
Complexity 9

About The Author

Chad Carns
Founder / Food & Drink Editor

Chad Carns put his Digital Creative Director job on hold to follow his passion for food, wine and culture downtown to Greenwich Village where he wrote, designed and independently published The Gourmet Bachelor, a trendy cookbook featuring easy recipes for two. Carns studied culinary arts and wine at prestigious institutions in NYC. He is a distinguished guest judge at International Culinary Center, certified Tuscan Wine Master and Founder / Food and Drink Editor of The Gourmet Bachelor.

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