Gran Patron - Piedra - Extra Anejo

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Piedra was Patron's first ever extra añejo Tequila initially released for travel retail in 2013. Produced from 100% Blue Weber agave, grown in the Jalisco highlands, which is crushed in the traditional Tahona process. Aged for three years in a combination of new American and French oak, this is an exceptional example of aged Tequila.
Type:
tequila
Country:
Mexico
Producer:
Gran Patron
Style:
Anejo

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To make their tequilas, Patrón crushes agave with a two-ton wheel made of volcanic rock. It’s called a tahona wheel, and it’s the old way (“old” as in all the way back to Spanish explorers distilling once they...

To make their tequilas, Patrón crushes agave with a two-ton wheel made of volcanic rock. It’s called a tahona wheel, and it’s the old way (“old” as in all the way back to Spanish explorers distilling once they established settlements in Mexico) of pulping the agave in a pit. Patrón uses the tahona in conjunction with a roller mill to make its tequilas, and employs the tahona by itself to make Roca Patrón.
The tahona wheel slows production down quite a bit, but also allows Patrón to avoid some of the methods that many connoisseurs feel detracts from the true taste of the spirit. Historically, an animal would pull the wheel along its radius, but Patrón uses an engine since these are modern times. Once it’s ready, the tequila goes into a hand-numbered bottle.

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