Gran Patrón Tequila Prices and Buyer’s Guide

There are good bottles of Gran Patrón tequila, and then there are stellar bottles of Gran Patrón alcohol. 

This guide will help give you an overview of what Gran Patrón has to offer. 

Which bottles cost what? Which bottles are best? Most loved? Most Rare? Most Expensive?

And more.

Later, you’ll find we’ve summarized a short history of the prestigious brand for you so that in 5 minutes, you can pretend to be an expert. 😉

Note: the prices are in US Dollars, and for the US market, if you are outside of the US, the prices may vary, we will, however, include links to the best place to buy your ideal bottle of Gran Patrón in your country.

How much is a bottle of Gran Patrón?

Let’s start by answering the most basic question simply:

The most commonly bought bottle of Gran Patrón is the Gran Patrón Smoky 750ml and costs $205. 

What is the most expensive bottle of Gran Patrón?

The most expensive bottle of Gran Patron is the Gran Patrón Burdeos, and it costs $507 for a 750ml bottle.

Now that you have the simplest answer to the simplest questions, below you’ll find the prices and sizes of the entire range of Gran Patrón tequila, their sizes, prices, and later on a buyer’s guide.


Gran Patrón Tequila Standard Bottles and Prices

The following is the list of the Standard Bottles and Prices Gran Patrón Tequila:

NumberNamesPrice (750ml)
1Gran Patrón Smoky$205
2Gran Patrón Platinum$200
3Gran Patrón Piedra$377
4Gran Patrón Burdeos$507

Amongst the above, the following are some of the best standard bottles of Gran Patrón:

Gran Patrón Piedra

Made from the best-chosen agave, this tequila is among the most premium of its parent brand. It is a sophisticated and luxurious choice for discerning customers. It is placed in a crystal decanter with a volcanic rock and cork stopper to give it quite an elegant look. It has a deep mahogany color with hints of oak and fresh fruit in the aroma and a sweet, complex taste with clues of mushroom and vanilla. The retail price for a bottle of 750 ml is $377.  

Gran Patrón Burdeos

Another quality product from the Patron line is made from 100% pure agave; this tequila has all the hallmarks of being true luxury tequila. It is made in limited quantities, distilled twice, and aged in French and American oak barrels. It is then finished in vintage barrels from Bordeaux to give it that singular dark amber color with a smooth, velvety taste with hints of vanilla and raisins. The retail price for a bottle of 750 ml is $507.

Gran Patrón Tequila Price and Notes

Grand Patron has a wide range of tequilas that are unique and elegant in their own ways. The following is the list of so: 

Gran Patrón Smoky

This is for those who look forward to sophisticated tequila to have a very elite experience. This bottle’s very smoky complex flavor is an outstanding definition of fine balance taste and aroma. For example, one could find the finish of smoked agave with the aroma of citrus and spices and taste nothing but the sweetness of citrus and pepper.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $205

Gran Patrón Platinum

This is a unique triple distilled, and special oak rested tequila that gives you a wonderful full body flavor with a smooth texture of agave. It is 40% alcohol while volume and is made from 100% Weber blue agave.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $200

About Gran Patrón

Gran Patrón remains one of Mexico’s most popular tequila brands with a long legacy of distilling signature tequilas made from 100% agave. It has no extra additives and the taste and aroma come entirely from the distilling process, which has a few unique steps. The agave is chosen carefully for fermentation and then is crushed using a volcanic stone to bring out a lot of flavors. Aged in barrels and bottled in their handcrafted bottles, it gets a look all its own. Starting in 1989, this brand has been going strong for decades and remains one of the brands used for a large number of drinks and mixes.

The history behind Gran Patrón Tequila

Initially distilled in one of Mexico’s oldest distilleries, it was bought by the St Maarten brand in 1989, which introduced this signature tequila and its variants to the market at large. Using a controlled process with only the finest agave, they produced the tequila in the Casa 7 Leguas distillery until 2002, when production moved to another distillery.

What makes Gran Patrón unique?

Gran Patrón is made with 100% agave without any additives to get a unique flavor that is deep and complex. Only the best piña is used in the distilling process, which has the optimal sugar content. These are then baked in brick ovens and crushed using a volcanic stone wheel. The mixture is then fermented for three days and aged in barrels. The tequila tastes of the citrus and fruits with a smooth and sweet finish with a hint of pepper aftertaste.

Why is Gran Patrón so popular? 

Gran Patrón is signature tequila being produced in one of Mexico’s oldest distillery. It is distilled to perfection with the process controlled at each step. The result is smooth and delicious tequila with a sweet and citrus flavor ideal for mixing into cocktails due to the mild flavor profile. It is bottled in stylish and handcrafted bottles with Portuguese corks, which adds to the popularity of this valued brand.

How best to drink Gran Patrón?

Here are some of the best ways to drink Gran Patrón tequila.

Old-Fashion Patrón: Did you think old fashion is all about scotch and whisky? No! You can enjoy the deliciousness of Gran Patrón by adding soft drinks of choice. Thank you! We just made your lives so much better. Didn’t we?

Patrón Reposado Pan De Muertos – This is one of the most highly tasted cocktails from the brand. To make this, you would need 50 ml of patron reposado, 25 ml of pineapple juice, 15 ml of orange liquor, 20 ml of lime juice with caramelized orange wedges, and three pineapple leaves. In a tall mixing jar, add all the ingredients. Shake vigorously and strain with the help of a strainer. Serve in a mug of your choice with crushed ice and enjoy the deliciousness of this amazing tequila cocktail.

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