Combining spirits of various ages requires as much care and dexterity of the blender as, say, weaving together disparate melodies does of the master musician. It is with such adroitness that Juan Dobel has crafted his Reserva del Maestro Dobel Diamond Tequila. A blend of reposado, añejo, and extra añejo—aged in new European oak casks for 15 months, two years, and three years, respectively—the maestro’s tequila exhibits a rich yet delicate complexity befitting its diamond moniker. Hand-selected 10- to 12-year-old agave from Jalisco, Mexico, and the distiller’s proprietary filtration system lend the spirit purity of color and taste. Mild hints of honey and syrup on the nose precede a body of citrus with a warm, oak-laced finish.