Patron Silver Tequila

A very smooth silver Tequila that justifies its pricing.

100% Agave. After a double distillation process the tequila is fine filtered in preparation for hand filling into artisan, handmade bottles. Every bottle of Patron is truly “one of a kind”. Has a great reputation some say serve chilled and others think this is the best base for a Margarita.

All of Patron’s tequilas are distilled from 100% blue weber agave in the highlands of Jalisco. The agave piñas are harvested at around 8 years of growth and sent to the nearby distillery to begin the process of making tequila. A rare thing in modern tequila production is the use of the tahona wheel and Patron is one of the few distilleries to still employ this traditional method to crush the baked agave. They do also use the modern roller methods as well, and it is the job of the Master Distiller, Francisco Alcaraz, to combine the two to make his recipe for Patron. This adds to the flavour we find in Patron and other tequilas, there is something about the old-fashioned way of extracting the juice that adds depth to the spirit and, even if it is a partial mix, it makes a significant difference.

A very smooth silver Tequila that justifies its pricing.

100% Agave. After a double distillation process the tequila is fine filtered in preparation for hand filling into artisan, handmade bottles. Every bottle of Patron is truly “one of a kind”. Has a great reputation some say serve chilled and others think this is the best base for a Margarita.

All of Patron’s tequilas are distilled from 100% blue weber agave in the highlands of Jalisco. The agave piñas are harvested at around 8 years of growth and sent to the nearby distillery to begin the process of making tequila. A rare thing in modern tequila production is the use of the tahona wheel and Patron is one of the few distilleries to still employ this traditional method to crush the baked agave. They do also use the modern roller methods as well, and it is the job of the Master Distiller, Francisco Alcaraz, to combine the two to make his recipe for Patron. This adds to the flavour we find in Patron and other tequilas, there is something about the old-fashioned way of extracting the juice that adds depth to the spirit and, even if it is a partial mix, it makes a significant difference.