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Tequila Añejo – Aged Tequila A tequila officially becomes añejo (aged) when it has been kept in storage in a new or used white oak barrel for over 12 months. During this period of time, the white tequila change color considerably, It may become gold, deep amber or even very dark. Its taste is impregnated with the wood and certain chemical reactions take place. The qualities of the wood as well as the age of the barrel are very important to the end result.

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