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Casa Dragones Tequila Blanco

Casa Dragones Tequila Blanco

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Casa Dragones is 100% Blue Agave Blanco Tequila, handcrafted in small batches in Tequila, Mexico. The Blue Agave plants harvested for Casa Dragones Tequila are grown in the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt, one of the richest soils on earth, where they are left to mature for eight to twelve years. Once the Agaves are ready for harvest, they are hand-selected based on the level of ripeness and sweetness in the piña, or heart of the plant.

Casa Dragones Blanco is 100% Pure Blue Agave Tequila, handcrafted to deliver the true essence of agave through an innovative process that focuses on purity. Our Maestro Tequilero hand-selects our agaves based on the sweetness in the heart of the piña. This approach allows us to embrace the nuances and complexities of each yearly harvest.

We multiple distill Casa Dragones Blanco using naturally purified spring water from the Volcano of Tequila, with the perfect balance of minerals to deliver an elegantly smooth tequila with a pure agave flavor and a crisp, refined finish.

Each bottle of Casa Dragones Blanco is hand-signed and labeled, and has the batch number written on the label. The award-winning bottle design is crafted from perfumer’s glass in Mexico City, with a blue neckband and silver cap and is sold in the iconic blue box.

The name, Casa Dragones, is inspired by the legendary Dragones from San Miguel de Allende, who led one of the movements that sparked the Mexican Independence. La Casa Dragones, the stables where the Dragones spent much of their time, still stands on a narrow cobbled street in San Miguel de Allende. Today, La Casa Dragones is home to a new tequila the defies the ordinary. Casa Dragones Tequila is unique in every way; a testament to the spirit of independence.

Specifications

  • NOM: 1489
  • Distillery: Destileria Leyros, S.A. de C.V.
  • Region: Lowlands - Central
  • Cooking: Diffuser - Raw Agave
  • Distillation: Column Still
  • Distillation Steps: Double
  • Alc. Vol: 40%

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