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Patron Liqueur XO Cafe (1.75 L)

Bottle Size: 1.75l Item #: 1241591
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Patron Liqueur XO Cafe (1.75 L) 1.75l

Patron Liqueur XO Cafe (1.75 L)

PatrAln XO CafAC is an extraordinary blend of ultra premium tequila and the pure, natural essence of the finest coffee. The taste is dry, not sweet as with most low proof coffee liqueurs. The higher proof brings out the flavor of the pure coffee essence and the ultra premium tequila. It is excellent for sipping as well as a premium ingredient in a cocktail or as a unique and delicious dessert topping.

COLOR - Dark, rich brown.AROMA - Fresh coffee balanced with chocolate and vanilla.TASTE - The rich taste of fresh-roasted coffee, notes of chocolate, vanilla and light tequila.FINISH - Smooth, yet dry.

The original Patron Tequila was produced by Tequila Siete Leguas, and brand rights were sold to St. Maarten Spirits, owners John Paul DeJoria (Paul Mitchell Hair Products) and Martin Crowley in 1989. As the brand grew, Tequila Siete Leguas was no longer able to keep up with production, and Patron built a new distillery and moved all production in 2002.

 

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Patron Spirits Company Patron Liqueur XO Cafe (1.75 L)
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.75l
PatrAln XO CafAC is an extraordinary blend of ultra premium tequila and the pure, natural essence of the finest coffee. The taste is dry, not sweet as with most low proof coffee liqueurs. The higher proof brings out the flavor of the pure coffee essence and the ultra premium tequila. It is excellent for sipping as well as a premium ingredient in a cocktail or as a unique and delicious dessert topping.
 

Notes on the Patron Liqueur XO Cafe (1.75 L) 1.75L

Tasting Notes COLOR - Dark, rich brown.AROMA - Fresh coffee balanced with chocolate and vanilla.TASTE - The rich taste of fresh-roasted coffee, notes of chocolate, vanilla and light tequila.FINISH - Smooth, yet dry.

Technical Notes The original Patron Tequila was produced by Tequila Siete Leguas, and brand rights were sold to St. Maarten Spirits, owners John Paul DeJoria (Paul Mitchell Hair Products) and Martin Crowley in 1989. As the brand grew, Tequila Siete Leguas was no longer able to keep up with production, and Patron built a new distillery and moved all production in 2002.