Casa Dragones Reposado Mizunara Casks 16 years Tequila
Father Juan de San Miguel, a Franciscan missionary born in Spain, founded the original Indian settlement in 1542 and named it San Miguel Viejo after his patron saint. By the end of the 16th century, San Miguel was a booming town, flourishing with agriculture, ranching and tanneries. It was then renamed San Miguel el Grande.
To learn more about the Story of Los Dragones and our spirit of independence, book a tequila tasting and tour in La Casa Dragones, the historic stables of the Dragones cavalry in San Miguel de Allende.
Heroes of the Independence
The heroes of Mexico’s independence movement were born in San Miguel el Grande, including General Ignacio Allende, Father Miguel Hidalgo, José Marino and Juan Aldama. On March 8, 1826, the Guanajuato state government honored Allende’s heroism by renaming San Miguel El Grande to San Miguel de Allende.
The first tequila rested exclusively in Mizunara casks, a rare oak native to Japan, traditionally used for aging Japanese whiskies, Casa Dragones Reposado Mizunara, 100% Blue Agave Reposado tequila; This delicately rested tequila perfectly balances the minerality of our agave with the light notes of Japanese oak, for a refined, elegant sweetness that defies the ordinary.
||Casa Dragones Reposado Mizunara Casks 16 years Tequila