|Manufacturer||The Patrón Spirits Company|
|Country of origin||México|
|Variants||Añejo, Burdeos, Citrónge, Gran Platinum, Reposado, Silver, XO Cafe, XO Cafe Dark Cocoa|
Patrón brand tequila is offered in nine different varieties: Gran Patrón Burdeos, Gran Patrón Platinum, Gran Patrón Piedra, Patrón Silver, Patrón Añejo, and Patrón Reposado. It is also available in a tequila-coffee blend known as Patrón XO Cafe, a tequila-chocolate-coffee blend known as Patrón XO Cafe Dark Cocoa, and an orange liqueur known as Patrón Citrónge.
The Saint Maarten's Spirit Company, based in 7 Leguas Leguas distillery in Mexico was the first to ever come up with Patron. Paul Mitchell and John Paul Dejoria then took over the patron industry and started calling it Patron Tequila. 
In 2000, Ed Brown took over as CEO, and began to distance the Patrón brand from the reputation of tequila in the US as a bad-tasting spirit and what people drank for extremely quick intoxication. Following the advertising strategy of Grey Goose, Patrón presented its tequila as "premium" and signalled "taste and sophistication" through individually-numbered glass bottles. The target audience is mostly vodka drinkers in nightclubs and trendy bars. Through persistent references by country music and hip hop singers, and by Lil Jon in particular, Patrón has become a fixture of popular culture.
- Gran Patrón Burdeos
- Gran Patrón Platinum
- Gran Patrón Piedra
- Patrón Silver
- Patrón Añejo
- Patrón Reposado
- Patrón XO Cafe
- Patrón XO Cafe Dark Cocoa
- Patrón Citrónge
- Patron Angie Sym
- "Bottles". Patron Tequila. Retrieved 5 April 2013.
- "Making Perfection". Patron Tequila. Retrieved 27 February 2013.
- Mark Spivak (6 November 2012). Iconic Spirits: An Intoxicating History. Lyons Press. pp. 161–163. ISBN 978-0-7627-8991-7.