Tequila OCHO announced the release of Tequila OCHO Añejo Barrel Select Widow Jane 2024.

A limited-edition tequila aged for 12 months in bourbon barrels from Widow Jane Distillery, bottles will arrive on retail shelves and back bars starting in February, the company notes.

As with all other tequilas in the OCHO range, Añejo Barrel Select Widow Jane is crafted using overripe agaves harvested exclusively from a single field — this vintage’s agaves harvested from Rancho El Nacimiento — one of many fields owned and operated by the family of tequilero and Tequila OCHO co-founder Carlos Camarena, the company says.

“The philosophy of OCHO has always been to showcase the terroir of the agave plants, but we also love to try and experiment with new, innovative ideas,” Camarena said in a statement.

OCHO Añejo marries the finest agave-forward tequila with the heady aromas, rich caramel and baking-spice notes from the Widow Jane barrels, the company says. The enhanced 96 proof adds a further dash of intensity, best enjoyed neat, sipped from a tequila flute, it adds.

Packaged in a 750-ml bottle, Tequila OCHO Añejo Barrel Select Widow Jane 2024 can be purchased in Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Illinois, Colorado, California and Texas, for a suggested retail price of $90 a bottle.