What is the difference between reposado and añejo tequilas?
Reposado tequila is aged anywhere between two months and one year, while añejo tequila is aged between one and three years.
PATRÓN Reposado, made from 100% Weber Blue Agave, is carefully distilled and then aged for at least four months in American whiskey barrels to create our ultra-premium reposado tequila. PATRÓN AÑEJO is aged even longer, and rests for over 12 months in a combination of French oak, Hungarian oak, and used American whiskey barrels. Whereas PATRÓN Reposado features just a kiss of oak, PATRÓN AÑEJO showcases the full range of oak-aged complexity.