Texas Release of Casa Dragones Blanco Jan 2015

I know many of our readers are fans of the Tequila Casa Dragones line of tequila, and we were just informed they will launch its first silver tequila in Texas in January 2015: Tequila Casa Dragones Blanco. Made with 100 percent pure blue agave, Tequila Casa Dragones Blanco addresses the market’s need for an ultra-premium smooth silver tequila, suitable for mixed drinks and cocktails, and maintains Casa Dragones’ unrivaled focus on elevating the tequila category through handcrafted, exceptionally pure, small-batch distilling. It can be pre-ordered now for the holidays by contacting preorders@casadragones.com.

The agaves for Casa Dragones Blanco are harvested 1,200 meters above sea level within the Eje Volcanico Transversal (Trans-Mexican Volcanic belt) in Tequila, Jalisco, one of the richest agricultural lands on earth. The dark, fertile volcanic soil, abundant with minerals such as potassium, phosphorus and silicium, produces the ideal agaves for the signature taste of Casa Dragones.  

The water used to produce Casa Dragones Blanco is exceptionally pure spring water that originates from the Volcano of Tequila. As it travels from atop the Volcano into the 70-meter deep natural aquifers or underground wells, the water gathers essential minerals from the volcano’s rich soil. Casa Dragones goes one step further, extracting fresh water for each new batch and taking it through a proprietary process to deliver the perfect mineral balance for a refined, crisp tasting Blanco.

A Limited Amount of the Special Collector’s Edition Casa Dragones Joven Holiday Gift Sets Remain at Area Retailers in Texas. These gift sets come with the option of having them personalized in hand calligraphy with recipient’s name. The gift set comes with two Riedel tequila flutes that are hand-etched using the pepita to match the bottle.

Local restaurants carrying the tequila include The Mansion on Turtle Creek, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House Dallas and Fort Worth, Stephan Pyles and Stampede 66.

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