To earn the distinction “añejo,” tequilas must be aged for a minimum of one year, and most añejo tequilas are aged for only that long. Avión Añejo Tequila, however, is aged for two years (twice the requirement), and as a result has a rich amber color along with an aroma of burnt agave, peaches, and persimmon. The palate is filled with flavors of toasted wood, vanilla, and caramel, followed by an incredibly smooth finish marked by maple, coconut, and lemon squares.