Tequila Zarpado, a brand of Latitude Beverage Co., introduced its latest expression: Zarpado Añejo.

Handcrafted at a boutique, family-owned distillery in Jalisco, Mexico, the tequila is aged more than one year in a combination of bourbon and French oak casks, the company says.

The Añejo expression showcases fresh aromas of pear and orange blossom blended with hints of mulling spices, it notes. The mouthfeel is round and smooth, with minerality and fruity flavors of orange zest and rosé wine, it says. The finish is long and balanced, showcasing the barrel influence of vanilla, it adds.

“There have been many new tequila brands introduced over the past few years as the demand for tequila has grown. But Zarpado is one of the few that has focused on providing small-batch, handcrafted quality at an affordable price point,” said Terry Lozoff, spirits director at Latitude Beverage, in a statement. “In fact, this Añejo batch is the smallest release to date, and will be offered only in limited quantities initially.”

Tequila Zarpado Añejo has a suggested retail price of $37.99 a bottle, now available for purchase online and on shelves in 14 states including Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, DC, Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Texas and Wisconsin.