Gran Patron Piedra is one of the very old tequillas. The "extra añejo" are usually aged for more than 3 years in small casks. It is made following the "Tahona" method. The best agaves from the Jalisco highlands are selected. After harvesting, they are then steamed and rolled with a volcanic stone. The first extra añejo tequila produced by Patrón - Piedra. It's made from 100% blue weber agave from the highlands of Jalisco. To mature this well-aged expression, they use both American and French oak casks, in which the tequila slumbers for three years before it's bottled and housed inside an appropriately fancy presentation box.