Patron releases Citronge Mango
New tequila features Ataulfo mangos
Atotonilco, Mexico-based Patrón Spirits is introducing a new addition to its Patrón Citrónge liqueur portfolio. Patrón Citrónge Mango is crafted from the highest-quality Ataulfo mangos from the Mexican states of Nayarit and Chiapas, the company says.
"Not only is Mexico known for tequila, the country has long been one of the world's largest producers of top-quality fruits and citrus. Maybe it's no coincidence then that fresh fruit flavors are the perfect complement in Margaritas and countless other tequila cocktails," said Ed Brown, president and chief executive officer of Patrón Spirits, in a statement. "All three of our Patrón Citrónge liqueurs – Orange, Lime, and now Mango – not only are ideal ingredients in any number of delicious cocktails and food recipes, they also proudly showcase authentic Mexican flavor and heritage."
Increasingly popular in cuisine and cocktails, the Ataulfo mango used to create Patrón Citrónge is smooth and sweet with light citrus notes and a hint of pineapple and peach, the company says. Patrón Citrónge Mango liqueur is crystal clear with a natural, sweet aroma, it adds.
The cork-finished frosted bottle, available in 375-, 750-ml and 1 liter sizes, was designed to align with the Patrón Citrónge Orange and Patrón Citrónge Lime liqueur bottles, the company says. The package communicates Patrón's upscale, ultra-premium position, and the extended neck on the bottle makes it simple and easy to pour.