Patrón Añejo Mexican 100% Agave Aged Tequila 750ml

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RRP $129.99

Patrón Anejo Tequila is the ultimate in luxury tequila from Jalisco, Mexico and boasts the fastest growing sales of any tequila in the U.S. Each exclusive Patrón Anejo bottle is handmade by an artisan schooled in the fine art of glass making and the bottles are individually numbered, signed and tied with the trademark Patrón ribbon.

Patrón Anejo is the perfect tequila to be enjoyed on its own, as a sipper or as a tequila shot with salt and lime. For exquisite tequila cocktails, use as the base for a tequila sunrise or a margarita of unprecedented quality.

Tasting Note: Aroma is loaded with heavy oak notes, smoked agave accents, and interesting musky traces. The upper rim aromas also reveal a faint toffee coat along with weak butterscotch traces. Excellent white oak elements, nice and long cooked agave finish.

Additional Details

SKU:
11333-GB-UNIT
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Mexico
Alcohol %:
40
Region:
Mexico
Style:
Anejo
Varietal:
Tequila

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