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Aging Agavales Tequila in oak barrels

Aging tequila imparts and enhances flavors and aromas and can bring out nuances in the spirit. Agavales tequila is aged in bourbon oak barrels. Agavales Reposados are aged between two and twelve months. Agavales Añejos are aged between one and three years and Extra Añejos are aged for over three years. The longer the tequila ages, the more color and flavor the final product will have. The condition of the barrels (such as their age, previous use and if their interiors have been burnt or toasted) will also affect the tequila’s taste.
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