I'm from "the land of tequila". I live really close from the actual town of Tequila.
We have a lot (and I mean A LOT) of tequila brands here and I've never heard of Camarena Gold, it doesn't even says what kind of Tequila it is not what kind of aging it has.
It's very important to know what kind of tequila are you drinking:
There are two categories of tequila, mixed and 100% agave.
Mixed tequila use about 51% agave with other sugars added.
The best Tequila without any doubt is 100% agave (not mixed).
If you are drinking 100% agave the best way to savour it sipping it slowly without adding it anything else.
If you prefer mixed drinks like Margaritas you should better use mixed tequila.
About the aging there are basically 4 types of tequila:
Blanco ("white"): white spirit, unaged and bottled or stored immediately after distillation, or aged less than two months in stainless steel or neutral oak barrels
Reposado ("rested"): aged a minimum of two months, but less than a year in oak barrels
Añejo ("aged" or "vintage"): aged a minimum of one year, but less than three years in small oak barrels
Extra Añejo ("extra aged" or "ultra aged"): aged a minimum of three years in oak barrels
Each type has a stronger taste that the previous, there is no better one here so it's up to your personal taste.