November 22, 2013

Casa Dragones Promotion at Sunset Corners

November 2013 – This holiday season, impress clients and friends with Casa Dragones Sipping Tequila by giving the one-of-a-kind corporate gift for tequila aficionados and spirits connoisseurs alike: a personalized, handcrafted crystal bottle of Casa Dragones. The elegant, lead-free crystal bottle is hand-engraved in the traditional Mexican-style of pepita and arrives in a signature Casa Dragones blue box. Each bottle will be beautifully inscribed by a calligrapher with your company or recipient’s name on the label.

Priced at $275 per bottle, Casa Dragones, a 100% Blue Agave Joven tequila is handcrafted for a complex, smooth taste that’s perfect for sipping. Now through the end of the year, purchase this luxurious gift at Sunset Corners in South Miami and receive 10% off. Online orders can be placed on the Sunset Corners Casa Dragones landing page using promo code – “CASAD” – upon checkout.

Handcrafted in small batches in Tequila Jalisco, Mexico, Casa Dragones is distinguished for its distinct taste, nuanced aroma, and clarity. Co-founded in 2008 by Bob Pittman, CEO of Clear Channel Communications, former AOL Time Warner COO and a founder of MTV and CEO Bertha González Nieves, the first certified female Maestra Tequilera, Casa Dragones is made with meticulous attention to detail and a commitment to perfecting this style of small-batch sipping tequila. Made from the finest blue agave plants, the unique smoothness of Casa Dragones is achieved by balancing silver tequila with a hint of extra añejo. Each handcrafted, lead-free crystal bottle is individually engraved, hand-labeled, numbered and signed.

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