Hand-distilled in small batches in Tequila, Mexico, Casa Dragones Tequila has become the first choice of celebrities such as Bobby Flay, Eric Ripert, Oprah Winfrey, and Martha Stewart.
Discerning tequila drinkers have been uncharacteristically enthusiastic for the brand, maintaining that Casa Dragones is both delightful and unique. Producing an exceptionally smooth taste on the palate, it has a clean, soft finish. All believe its quality is palpable.
The mystique of the brand goes deep: Casa Dragones is the creation of Bertha González Nieves, the first female Maestra Tequilera to be certified by the Academia Mexicana de Catadores de Tequila.
An exceptional tequila demands an equally excellent bottle: Casa Dragones offers a meticulously handcrafted, lead-free crystal decanter, topped off with a crystal stopper. For an additional charge, the distiller offers a personalized bottle, hand inscribed by a calligrapher with the recipient’s name on the label. Such a custom detail makes for a memorable and distinctive gift.
Our tasting notes
Body and Color: Rich silk body, with brilliant platinum hues and long pronounced legs, indicating a full body with a sleek texture on the palate.
Aroma: Fresh and inviting, subtle floral and citrus with notes of sweet roasted agave.
Taste: Soft and smooth with hints of vanilla and spiced undertones, balanced with delicate notes of pear.
Finish: Clean, warm finish with hints of hazelnut and a bright, open aftertaste.
How to serve
Casa Dragones is made especially for sipping. Which means there’s no need for lime or chasers. Casa Dragones is best served neat using a Reidel Overture Tequila glass, designed especially for professional tequila tasting. The ideal temperature to serve Casa Dragones is 58-64º F (14-18º C). However, if you prefer your tequila chilled, we recommend using just one or two ice cubes, so as not to dilute the taste.