Extra Añejo translates to “Extra Aged”
The classification to be an Extra Añejo is aging Blanco Tequila for a minimum of 3 years in aging barrels. The industry standard is usually 5 years.
3 Amigos Tequila Extra Añejo is aged for 8 years in white American charred oak.
Did you know?
3 Amigos Extra Anejo loses more than half of the tequila that was originally put in because of evaporation, or as we like to call it in the spirits industry “The Angels’ Share”