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Patron En Lalique Tequila Series 3
Patrón Tequila tells BourbonBlog.com they are releasing Patrón en Lalique: Serie 3, While the liquid is a remarkable blend of rare extra añejo tequilas aged up to 8 years, the design of the crystal decanter, created by Marc Larminaux, Lalique’s Artistic and Creative Director, is an artistic interpretation of the agave plant.

The exclusive release of PATRÓN en LALIQUE: Serie 3 includes only 299 bottles worldwide that retail for the suggested price of US $7,500. Each decanter is handmade and individually numbered at Lalique’s factory in Wingen-sur-Moder, in Alsace, France by a team of expert glassmakers through modern and traditional techniques.

The limited-edition 750ML bottles will be available globally where fine spirits are sold along with on BlockBar.com, the world’s first direct-to-consumer NFT marketplace for fine wine and spirits.

BourbonBlog.com s Tom Fischer recently did a live tasting of several rare Patón Tequilas (not including Lalique) with Kenny Jordan and Antonio Rodriguez of Patrón Tequila on this video on this link and below.

Agave for Tequila

Patrón en Lalique: Serie 3 tells the story of where Patón Tequila is sourced and crafted and falls in line with the timeless theme of nature.

For this release, Patón says their Master Distiller David Rodriguez and his team masterfully curated a blend of extra añejo tequilas that is so rare, it can never be replicated. 14 different tequilas each aged for up to 8 years in French and American oak casks were hand-selected and combined to create Patón en Lalique: Serie 3.

Patrón says the liquid is marked by its crystalline color and sweet and smooth taste featuring hints of spices, dried fruits, sherry wine, and intense wood.

Patron en Lalique Tequila

The coveted Patrón en Lalique series started in 2015 with the release of Serie 1, which was inspired by the Patrón bottle design. Following the success of the first release, in 2017, Serie 2 was unveiled and represented Lalique’s signature Art Deco design, as both Mexico and France share a claim of the early Art Deco movement.

Patron Lalique Rare Tequila
 

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