Cinco de Mayo is around the corner, and Casa Dragones, a high-end, luxury sipping tequila, makes for an ideal beverage to mark the occasion. Start a new tradition by pairing Casa Dragones with a Mexican-inspired menu, serving the tequila in flutes to be enjoyed one sip at a time.
Casa Dragones does away with tequila being served as a shot and has elevated the spirit into something to be savored: no lime, lemon or chaser. This refined approach adds a sophisticated twist to any Cinco de Mayo soiree.
The exceptionally smooth taste of Casa Dragones has established it as the beloved tequila of the culinary industry, receiving praise from respected chefs across the globe including Thomas Keller, Eric Ripert and Daniel Boulud. The tequila’s recently launched Select Chef Pairings series features top restaurants and chefs who have created exclusive Casa Dragones pairings, including a range of classic Mexican dishes that are ideal for a Cinco de Mayo gathering.
Casa Dragones comes in a decanter that is handcrafted from pure crystal, signed and individually engraved. The bottle can be repurposed and filled with flowers, candles, or used on its own to create a sophisticated Cinco de Mayo table setting.
Casa Dragones is named after The Dragones, an elite cavalry team that spurned the success of Mexico’s Independence. Though Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico’s Independence Day, the same foundations of passion for liberty and democracy make Casa Dragones a special commemoration of these stories of freedom. The Dragones stabled their horses in La Casa Dragones, which stands today and serves as the historic home of Casa Dragones.