10 Most Expensive Bottles of Patrón Tequila

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Patrón is known for its expensive tequila made from 100% agave. The company uses a small-batch system that pushes up the quality and the price tag. Patrón’s first bottles of tequila hit store shelves in 1989, and the business has been going strong ever since. Today, Patrón sells more than two million cases per year, earning the company millions in revenue.

Patrón is on the higher end of the tequila market. Prices depend on the bottle, but you could easily spend several hundred dollars on the brand. Keep reading to learn more about the most expensive Patrón tequila on the market.

10. Roca Patrón Silver

Bottle Price: $65
Interesting Feature: Brick oven-baked agave
Flavor Profile: Earthy and sweet with black pepper
Tequila Fact: This tequila is available in 375ml and 750ml bottles
Roca Patrón Silver
photo source: patróntequila.com

We’ll kick off our list with Roca Patrón Silver, a classic tequila in the Patrón family offering earthy and sweet notes with hints of black pepper. The pricey bottle sells for about $65, making it one of Patrón’s most expensive tequila lines.

According to Patrón, this tequila starts with oven-baked agave that’s crushed by a two-ton volcanic stone tahona wheel. When the tequila is distilled, it’s placed into 375ml and 750ml bottles for customers across the globe.

Did you know?

Patrón uses brick ovens to cook the agave used for this tequila. The company cooks the plant for 79 hours, at the Patrón distillery in Jalisco, Mexico, then prepares it for the distilling process.


9. Patrón Estate Release Edicion Limitada Tequila Blanco

Bottle Price: $97
Interesting Feature: Floral notes at the finish
Flavor Profile: Cooked agave, citrus, and herbal
Tequila Fact: This tequila is 42% ABV
Patrón Estate Release Edicion Limitada Tequila Blanco
photo source: patróntequila.com

Patrón made this tequila using agave from its distillery in Atotonilco el Alto, Mexico. The company says that location imparts “robust” and “complex” flavors on the final product, offering a complex flavor profile with strong notes of cooked agave.

Valued at about $100, this expensive tequila is Patrón’s ninth most expensive bottle. Would you buy it?

Did you know?

When Patrón launched in the late ‘80s, the company made just 12,000 bottles of its Mexican-made tequila. The bottles sold for $37 each and marked the start of Patrón’s success. Today, Patrón is considered a groundbreaking name in the ultra-premium tequila market.


8. Gran Patrón Platinum Silver Tequila

Bottle Price: $201
Interesting Feature: Triple-distilled recipe
Flavor Profile: Road tar, white pepper, spicy and vegetal
Tequila Fact: This tequila has a long-lasting aftertaste of black pepper
Gran Patrón Platinum Silver Tequila
photo source: patróntequila.com

This tequila has a punchy and bold flavor profile. Spicy notes of road tar, white pepper, and sage are blended with vegetal hints and a dry palate. Wine Enthusiast calls the drink “lean” and describes the finish as “flax-like.” Patrón says the drink is triple-distilled and presented in hand-numbered bottles.

Recent estimates peg the value of this tequila at about $201. You might be able to find it on the market for around $130, but many sellers price it upwards of $300.

Did you know?

According to Patrón, this tequila is presented in crystal bottles and a beautiful storage case.


7. Gran Patrón Smoky Silver Tequila

Bottle Price: $209
Interesting Feature: Higher ABV than standard tequila
Flavor Profile: Smoky agave, citrus, and pepper
Tequila Fact: This tequila is 50.5% ABV
Gran Patrón Smoky Silver Tequila
photo source: theliquorbarn.com

Gran Patrón Smoky is a complex tequila with hints of citrus and pepper. The finish is described as long and filled with agave, while the aroma offers smoky spices. Patrón says the creation process begins with the finest Weber Blue Agave: “The piñas are roasted with mesquite for about seven days in small underground stone pits,” then they’re crushed and distilled.

If you can find one for sale, a bottle of this high-end tequila will cost you more than $200.

Did you know?

Patrón uses a tahona wheel to crush the roasted piñas before the fermentation and distilling process begins.


6. Patrón Limited Edition 10 Anos Tequila Extra Anejo

Bottle Price: $355
Interesting Feature: Crystal and cork stopper
Flavor Profile: Vanilla and dried fruits
Tequila Fact: Patrón says this tequila has a “long and luxurious” finish
Patrón Limited Edition 10 Anos Tequila Extra Anejo
photo source: patróntequila.com

This golden tequila features notes of vanilla and dried fruits. The finish is called “long and luxurious,” and Patrón says the flavor profile is smooth and sweet. Interestingly, the drink is the oldest tequila available from Patrón’s distillery in Jalisco, Mexico. Patrón celebrated this exciting tequila by presenting it in a hand-blown replica of the first Patrón bottle.

Today, bottles of this special-edition tequila are worth about $355. Some sellers ask for as much as 400 bucks, but you might be lucky enough to find one for under 350 — good luck!

Did you know?

This tequila is available in 750ml bottles.


5. Gran Patrón Piedra Tequila Extra Anejo

Bottle Price: $372
Interesting Feature: Crystal bottle
Flavor Profile: Fruits and mushrooms
Tequila Fact: This tequila is aged in American oak barrels
Gran Patrón Piedra Tequila Extra Anejo
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Patrón made this expensive tequila using American oak barrels. The pricey drink mainly offers notes of fruits and mushrooms, but it also features hints of French oak and toasty touches. The flavor profile has been called sweet yet complex, and one seller points out notes of vanilla and agave. Bottles of this unique tequila are priced at about $370 — but some sellers ask for as much as $450.

Did you know?

Wine Enthusiast gave this tequila a high rating of 97/100. The review called the drink “silky and rounded,” with “a rich aroma that mixes caramel, dried fruit and peppery notes.”


4. Gran Patrón Burdeos Tequila Anejo

Bottle Price: $510
Interesting Feature: Sculpted stopper
Flavor Profile: Vanilla, oak, tobacco, and honey
Tequila Fact: Wine Enthusiast gave this tequila a high rating of 98/100
Gran Patrón Burdeos Tequila Anejo
photo source: patróntequila.com

Gran Patrón Burdeos is a pricey tequila with notes of vanilla, oak, honey, and more. The expensive drink features a sculpted stopper paired with a glass decanter. Critics say the tequila is top-notch, with touches of fennel and loose-leaf tobacco. Wine Enthusiast gave the expensive alcohol a high rating of 98/100 and says the “midpalate is regal, satiny textured, rich in grapy yet vegetal and spicy.”

In the end, a bottle of Gran Patrón Burdeos costs more than $500. Would you buy this tequila for that price?

Did you know?

You can find this tequila for 500 bucks, but some stores sell it for nearly 700.


3. Chairman’s Reserve NFT

Bottle Price: $4,500
Interesting Feature: Included display case
Flavor Profile: N/A
Tequila Fact: Only 150 units were made
Chairman’s Reserve NFT
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Patrón joined the NFT market with its special-edition Chairman’s Reserve. The NFT bottle offered buyers a digital tequila bottle and display case priced at about $4,500. Buyers also got a real-life bottle of tequila, and each was individually numbered. Only 150 NFT/bottle combos were available, so this is one of the rarest Patrón tequilas on the market.

According to Patrón, the tequila NFT was a way to engage with new audiences: “…it’s exciting to be able to bring our passion…into the digital realm to a new audience of NFT collectors.”

Did you know?

Patrón sold this tequila NFT through Block Bar, an NFT marketplace dedicated to digital assets made by alcohol brands.


2. Patrón en Lalique: Serie 1

Bottle Price: $7,100+
Interesting Feature: Display case
Flavor Profile: Caramel, honey, vanilla, and dried fruits
Tequila Fact: This tequila is 40% ABV
 Patrón en Lalique: Serie 1
photo source: patróntequila.com

In 2015, Patrón partnered with French crystal-maker Lalique to make a high-end, limited-edition tequila. The final product was housed in a crystal bottle made by Lalique — and it cost more than $7,000.

Patrón provided a display case with each bottle of Serie 1 so buyers could show off their expensive purchase. The company says the rare tequila has a flavor profile including notes of caramel, honey, dried fruits, and more. Buyers also got access to a detailed book documenting the tequila’s creation process.

Did you know?

According to Lalique, this crystal bottle was inspired by the Art Nouveau style of the company’s founder, René Lalique.


1. Patrón en Lalique: Serie 2

Bottle Price: $7,500
Interesting Feature: Bottled in crystal
Flavor Profile: Sweet honey, fruit, and agave
Tequila Fact: Patrón made just 299 bottles of this tequila
Patrón en Lalique: Serie 2
photo source: lalique.com

Patrón en Lalique: Serie 2 is the most expensive Patrón tequila.

Patrón collaborated with French crystal producer Lalique to create its most expensive tequila. Lalique bottled the drink in fine crystal, and Patrón says the tequila offers notes of honey, fruit, and agave. The collaboration was a follow-up to the brands’ previous release of Patrón en Lalique: Serie 1, another limited-edition tequila bottled in French crystal.

Today, a bottle of Serie 2 costs $7,500. Patrón made just 299 bottles of the drink, so that price will probably climb higher over time.

Did you know?

Lalique says Serie 2’s crystal bottle was inspired by the Art Deco movement.

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