Patron is ‘expanding’ holiday gift giving and entertaining this year with the release of a new and eye-catching, first-ever, 1-liter bottle of Patron Silver tequila.
This limited edition larger bottle is adorned with an intricate design of the iconic Patron tequila bee, rendered in pure pewter and hand applied. The bottle is then finished with a unique glass stopper, and enclosed in a specially designed elegant acrylic display case.
“For people who enjoy and appreciate high-quality luxury spirits, this beautiful new large Patron Silver bottle certainly makes for a distinctive holiday gift,” says Ed Brown, President and CEO of Patron Spirits. “This is truly a collector’s item as it’s the first time that we’ve offered Patron tequila in a 1-liter size package, and the first time that we’ve so strikingly reimagined our bottle label.”
Inside this unique new bottle, every drop of ultra-premium Patron Silver tequila is handcrafted in small batches from the highest quality 100 percent Weber Blue Agave, distilled and bottled at the Hacienda Patron in the Highlands of Jalisco, Mexico, to be smooth, soft and easily mixable. Its taste is sweet, with fresh agave and citrus, and a light pepper finish.
The 2015 Limited Edition 1-Liter Patron Silver bottle will be available at fine spirits and liquor retailers across the country in time for the holiday gift giving season.
About Patron Tequila
From hand-harvesting the highest-quality 100 percent Weber Blue Agave, to the traditional, time-honored distillation process and individual labeling, numbering, and inspection of each bottle, Patron tequila is crafted with meticulous precision and care.
Though Patron has grown to become one of the most-recognized and respected luxury spirits brands in the world, it is still exclusively produced in the Highlands of Jalisco, Mexico, in the same small batches and with the same commitment to quality and craftsmanship. Learn more about Patron tequilas and liqueurs at patrontequila.com.
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