Ultimate Beverage Challenge 90 points - A restrained golden color in the glass, this anejo is redolent of vanilla and pepper with a pronounced vegetal character underneath. On the palate, it’s caramelized and spiced, mellow yet not without minerality. A bitter note persists on the finish. (Apr 2016)
Wine Enthusiast 96 points - The nosing passes pick up keenly crisp and spicy notes of black pepper and oak with plumper aromas of green pepper, vanilla and cocoa butter. The palate entry tastes of fresh honey and vanilla; the midpalate adds flavors of buttercream, steamed asparagus
— P.P. (5/1/2006) — 96-100 (May 2006)
Aged eighteen months, a rarity among so-called super-premium brands, Partida Anejo exhibits a depth of flavor that only comes from advanced aging.
Intense golden color with ochre and copper tones; clean and full-bodied. A Fruit aroma with notes of cherry, almond, dried fruit and spices. Soft honey fruited tones, with flavors of banana, chocolate and sweet pear with a finish that is spectacular. Tequila to be savored slowly.