Patron Tequila Bottle Prices, Sizes & Buying Guide

Last Updated on November 26, 2023 by Lydia Martin

The mention of Patron’s name will always be associated with premium tequila because of their world-famous bottles. The image of each bottle is perceived as expensive, but a club wouldn’t be complete without it. 

Check out the Patron price guide and find out how this drink made it to the top and what drives the prices to go up as well. 

Patron Tequila: A Brief History

Before the brand name became the world-renowned premium tequila, Patron was produced by one of the oldest distilleries in Mexico, Casa 7 Leguas. They started producing in 1989 and were initially marketed for the rich and the famous. In January 2018, Bacardi, the world’s largest private spirits company, bought Patron tequila for roughly $5.1 million. 

Patron Tequila

This product is one of the best brands in the tequila-making industry. The blue agave plant they use is grown in the Tequila regions in Mexico. It may take a long time to grow these, but the sweet Piña, once ripe, are the perfect fruits to turn into the best-tasting agave spirit. 

Their Commitment to Sustainability 

Patron is not just high-class products, but they are also committed to sustainability and have been driving environmental practices to help its community. They are using the spare parts of the blue agave plant as compost and use it in the garden of their agave hacienda. 

A natural gas pipeline that reduces carbon emissions is installed while 70% of the wastewater from production is recovered in the reverse osmosis system found at the hacienda.

How To Drink Patron Tequila 

You can drink Patron neat or try it on the rocks. Patrón Tequila is also great when stirred with ice.

The ABV is at 45%, and if you want to tone it down a little, mixing Patron with cocktails or fruit juices will give it a nice twist. The master distiller guarantees the products from this brand to have a burst of flavors. Adding salt and lemon will enhance it more.

Popular Varieties

Popular Varieties

Gran Patron Label

Gran Patron Label Tequila

The Gran Patrón label was introduced to the public in 2004. The flavor of roasted agave and wood gives it a smoky effect on its flavor. Gran Patrón is created to take on scotch and other wines that are drunk by high stakes drinkers. Another one is the Blanco, Gran Patrón Platinum, which is distilled three times before being stored in oak barrels to have a full tequila flavor with a finish of black pepper. 

Patrón Reposado

Patrón Reposado

Patron Reposado is aged for at least two months. The taste of oak barrels is visible, but only a hint of it sticks. Along with it are the flavor of honey, caramel, and spicy and white pepper flavors. The piña is cooked in copper pot stills before they are fermented. The taste of Patrón Reposado is a perfect mix with a cocktail and other fruit juices based on the customer’s review. But what’s the best Patron tequila variety?

Patron Anejo 

Patron Añejo is one of the more popular spirits, especially with people in a club (1) or social gatherings. These are aged longer to achieve a much stronger flavor. It is kept in a combination of Hungarian oak, French and American whiskey barrels. Regular Añejo is aged up to a year, but the Extra Añejo is stored in oak barrels for three years before they are placed in a crystal decanter shape and distributed in stores worldwide. 

Patrón Silver 

The most popular tequila from this brand is Patron Silver. This type of spirit is not aged longer than two months and has an ABV of 40%. Because of its crystal color, it is preferred as a mix to cocktails. We detected a sweet, citrusy savor with a note of pepper in the end. Patron Silver is one of the tequila brands present on the top shelf or in high-end stores.

Patron XO & XO Cafe

Patron XO Cafe

Some drinkers prefer their coffee stronger, and Patron has an answer to that. Patrón XO Cafe is a tequila-based coffee that you can enjoy as it is, or you can mix with a martini or any other liquor of your preference. This is also a common component in making extraordinary desserts. It has an ABV of 35%; therefore, you can expect that little kick on your cake if you add more than enough. 

Roca Patron

All the bottles of Patron are a lot more expensive than the common brands, but Roca Patron is among the premium tequilas coming from this company. Compared to the Blanco and other spirits, it uses the Tahona method, which is very labor-intensive. Indigenous Aztecs used this process to extract the fruit’s juice using a gigantic stone wheel called Tahona. Producing the juice is already hard work, and this is where the high price is attributed to.

Fruit Liquors

Aside from Patrón XO Cafe, there are other flavored liquors Patron is offering. 

The brand also has the Patrón Citronge line of fruit liqueurs including Patrón Citronge Lime, and Patrón Citronge Mango and Patrón Citronge Orange.

Common Tequila Patron Prices

Common Tequila Patron Prices

Type Size Proof Average Price
Gran Patron Burdeo 750ml 80 $419.99 – $499.99
Gran Patron Piedra 750ml 80 $319.99 – $399.99
Gran Patrón Platinum  750ml 80 $190.99 – $199.99
Patron Anejo 750ml 80 $49.99 – $52.99
Patrón Citrónge Orange  750ml 80 $22.99 – $25.99
Patron Extra Anejo 750ml 80 $84.99 – $89.99
Patron Reposado 750ml 80 $44.99 – $48.99
Patrón Silver  375ml 80 $21.99 – $23.99
750ml 80 $36.99 – $39.99
1.75L 80 $82.99 – $94.99
Patron XO Cafe 750ml 80 $21.99 – $24.99
Roca Patron Anejo 750ml 88 $71.99 – $76.99
Roca Patron Reposado 750ml 84 $62.99 – $69.99
Roca Patron Silver 750ml 90 $54.99 – $66.99

Compared to Other Brands

Compared to Other Brands 



Considering the tags on each product, you will see a significant difference between the two. We still consider them competitors despite Hornitos being new to the field and having a different pricing bracket. Hornitos tequila manages to create flavorful spirits with prices roughly $12.99 – $19.99.


DeLeon agave tequila is a product of Mexico, the same with Patron. Also aimed at the higher ends, the price per bottle is roughly around $649.99 – $699.99, their DeLeon Leona, the rarest among their products. The most affordable tequila is the DeLeon Platinum 375ml which is about $37.99 – $49.99.



An Avion Silver tequila bottle, compared to Patron Blanco tequila, is not that far-priced, about $34.99 – $38.99. Patron has an ABV of 45%, while Avion only has 40%. Both are also top-shelf quality, and often need to contact their customer service just to order a bottle. 

Rose Tequila

Taste-wise, the two have different flavors as all of Rose’s is a strawberry flavored beverage with an ABV of 12% only. Its main ingredients are strawberry, dairy, and tequila.

Regarding pricing, a Patron tequila bottle is much higher than Tequila Rose Strawberry Cream, roughly $17.99 – $21.99. Check out some of our favorite Tequila Rose mixed drinks here


Milagro Tequila is one of the mass favorites because of its delicious flavors and affordable price. A bottle of Milagro Silver is just roughly $21.99 – $27.99, but this is their 750ml, while Patron Tequila bottle is priced around $36.99 – $39.99, not that far-priced but this is only for the regular ones. 

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo produces high-quality tequila, which is smooth to swallow and with very friendly prices. A bottle of Jose Cuervo Especial Silver is roughly $19-$20. Jose Cuervo Reserva de la Familia, their most expensive bottle, about $129.99 – $199.99, which is almost the same as Patron’s Gran Patron Platinum.

Don Julio

Don Julio Blanco Tequila is equally famous as the Patron Silver Tequila. Both are of the same standards, though the processing of each bottle is different as these two are different brands. The price range of each bottle is almost the same at roughly $41.99-45.99.

Also Read:

Popular Tequila Patron Cocktail Recipes

Popular Tequila Patron Cocktail Recipes

Silver Breeze


  • 1.5-ounce Patrón Silver tequila 
  • 1-ounce Grapefruit juice
  • 1-ounce Cranberry juice
  • 1 ounce Lemon juice 
  • Lemon wedge for garnish


Prepare rock glass. Fill it with ice. Mix all ingredients on the glass. Garnish with a lemon wedge. Serve.

Classic Patron Margarita

Classic Patron Margarita


  • 11/2 ounce Patrón Silver 
  • .75 ounce lime juice
  • 1 ounce Patrón Citrónge Orange
  • .25 ounce Simple syrup
  • Kosher salt (for rim)
  • Lime wedge for garnish


Place all ingredients inside a shaker with ice. Shake very well. Rim glass with salt (optional). Strain contents into an ice-filled rock glass. Garnish with a lime wedge.

Pineapple Cocktail


  • 2 ounces Patron Silver 
  • 3 ounces Pineapple juice
  • Two tablespoons lime


Prepare highball or old fashioned glass. Pour tequila on glass. Pour in pineapple juice. Stir. Top with lime and serve. Here’s another version of the sweet and smooth Patron Pineapple cocktail recipe.


How much does a Patron tequila shot cost?

A Patron tequila shot costs roughly $6.50-$8 for singles and about $14-$17 for doubles, but the prices change constantly. However, for the more special Patron Gran Burdeos Anejo tequila, you would be amazed at the price of an average of $185 per shot.

Is Patron Silver a good sipping tequila?

Patron Silver is a good sipping tequila as this is made from the premium agave plant, and each bottle is assured of having a smooth and flavorful content. However, tequila is also a perfect ingredient for a cocktail or a smoothie, depending on the quantities you add in. 

In Summary

Patron tequila is indeed a premium quality spirit. That is why the bottles are still sought after despite high prices. It offers flavors of fruits and oak that linger in your throat without the scratchy feel even if you take it neat or mix it with mere soda water. 

Some fancy adding Angostura bitters to complement the oak savor since the drink’s sugar content is just enough. The name Patron will continue to be one of the leaders in the tequila-making industry as long as they keep on producing high-quality tequilas for the world to drink. 



Lydia Martin

Lydia Martin hails from Redmond, Washington, where you’ll find some of the best cocktail bars and distilleries that offer a great mix of local drinks. She used to work as a bar manager in Paris and is a self-taught mixologist whose passion for crafting unique cocktails led her to create Liquor Laboratory. Lydia can whip up a mean Margarita in seconds! Contact at [email protected] or learn more about us here or feel free to give Lydia a tip.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *