the details

An award-winning blend of fully-matured Lowland and Highland Agave. The seven-year-old agaves are cooked for a minimum of 35 hours.

Distilled twice, Anteel Blanco has rich, sweet notes of cooked agave, floral tones, and vibrant layers of tropical fruit.

tasting profile


Spicy and complex


Black pepper, cigar ash in a clay pot, plantain and jasmine, and grilled poblano


Same as aromas with accents of Ashton Connecticut cigar and cedar, plantain, key lime peel, and cracked black pepper




In cocktails, neat, on the rocks and with cigars

bottom line

Earthy and spicy with a bit of citrusy, tart fruit; this is like drinking a finely made mild cigar.

Blanco Tequila
Fresh agave perfumes the glass alongside a dash of white pepper and vanilla bean. The entry is decidedly spicy yet silky and warm, charming the palate with blueberry and mocha. A thread of jalapeño moves in midway, wrapping around stone fruit as a hint of minerality surfaces to cleanse the palate. 80 proof.
93 —M.M.

Check out Meridith May's review in The Tasting Panel Magazine May/June 2023. Our feature is page 127.

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