Patron’s New Citronge Pineapple Liqueur Is Here To Make Tropical Cocktails For Your Next Tiki Party

by 2 years ago

The New York Times wrote a profile about how the pineapple is making a huge comeback at bars recently because of the recent resurgence of the tiki aesthetic. While you may correlate the sweet, candy-like pineapple with rum as made famous by the pina colada, Patrón is here to pair pineapple with tequila.

Patrón Citrónge Pineapple Liqueur takes the sophisticated agave-based tequila taste and combines it with the bright and happy flavor of pineapples. Patrón Citrónge Pineapple Liqueur has the tropical essence of the pineapples, but the Patrón Silver tequila base keeps the spirit balanced from being too sweet or tart. But Patrón doesn’t use just any old pineapple, they use special Piña Miel pineapples from the Mexican state of Veracruz in the eastern part of the country near the Gulf of Mexico. Patrón combines their high-end tequila made in the Mexican state of Jalisco with the pineapples.

Patrón Citrónge Pineapple Liqueur Patrón Silver has 35% alcohol by volume, five less than the typical tequila. The new pineapple liquor joins the other flavored Patrón liqueurs that include Patrón Citrónge Orange, Lime, and Mango. Patrón Citrónge Pineapple Liqueur is perfect for making lusciousness Tiki cocktails that will transport you to a tropical paradise.


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