Patron El Cielo Silver Tequila is a premium tequila that is made with the finest ingredients and crafted with precision. This blog post will take you through the process of how Patron El Cielo Silver Tequila is made, from the cultivation of the agave to the bottling of the finished product.
The first step in making Patron El Cielo Silver Tequila is the cultivation of the agave plant. The agave plant is grown in the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico, where the soil and climate are ideal for growing agave. The agave plant takes around 7-8 years to mature, and once it is mature, it is harvested by hand.
After the agave is harvested, it is taken to the distillery, where it is roasted in a brick oven for three days. This roasting process gives the tequila its unique smoky flavor.
Once the agave is roasted, it is then crushed in a traditional tahona, a large stone wheel that is pulled by a mule. This process extracts the juice from the agave, which is then fermented for several days in large stainless steel tanks.
After fermentation, the tequila is distilled twice in copper stills. This process removes any impurities and creates a smooth, clean tequila.
Once the tequila has been distilled, it is then bottled in the iconic Patron El Cielo Silver Tequila bottle. The bottle is made of high-quality glass and features a handcrafted cork stopper. The label on the bottle is also handcrafted and features the Patron El Cielo logo.
Patron El Cielo Silver Tequila is a premium tequila that is made with the finest ingredients and crafted with precision. From the cultivation of the agave to the bottling of the finished product, every step in the process is done with care and attention to detail. If you are looking for a smooth, smoky tequila that is perfect for sipping or mixing in your favorite cocktail, then Patron El Cielo Silver Tequila is the perfect choice.