Patrón Tequila releases seasonal bottle
Bottle features art deco-inspired pewter label
For the second consecutive year, Patrón, a brand of Las Vegas-based The Patron Spirits Co., is giving holiday entertainers and gift givers an added bonus for the season with the release of the 2016 large-size 1-liter, limited-edition Patrón Silver bottle.
This year's holiday bottle was inspired by Mexico's rich heritage of art deco design, the company says. It features a black and silver pewter label and is intricately adorned with detailed geometric lines as well as the iconic Patrón bee, it adds. Topped with a crafted cork closure in black and silver that mirrors the art deco aesthetic of the label the bottle is packaged in an attractive and easy-to-carry gift bag.
"The limited-edition bottle offers a truly unique gifting option for those who enjoy and appreciate high-quality, luxury spirits," said Lee Applbaum, global chief marketing officer at Patrón Spirits, in a statement. "Holiday shopping can be incredibly stressful, so we focused on packaging our iconic Silver tequila in a spectacular, limited-edition bottle, resulting in a simply perfect gift that is sure to delight."
As with all Patrón tequilas, every drop of ultra-premium Patrón Silver tequila inside the limited-edition bottle is handcrafted in small batches from the highest quality 100 percent weber blue agave, and distilled and bottled at the Hacienda Patrón distillery in the Highlands of Jalisco, Mexico, the company says. Patrón Silver's taste is sweet, with fresh agave and citrus, and a light pepper finish, it adds.
The 2016 1-liter limited-edition Patrón Silver bottle is available at fine spirits and liquor retailers across the country.