Tequila can be classified as an "Añejo" after it is aged for a minimum of one year. We go further. Caramba Añejo Tequila is aged two years in Scotch Whiskey barrels for a more robust color and an enticing aroma.
This aging process darkens the Tequila to an Amber color and the flavor becomes smoother, richer, and more complex.
Caramba Anejo appeals to connoisseurs who enjoy a sipping drink such as cognac or single malt scotch and would like to try something different, yet equally smooth and pleasing to the palate.