PaperCity Magazine features “the best tequila bar in the world.”

If you've ever wondered what "the best tequila bar in the world" looks like, PaperCity Magazine shows the inside of the Tequila Casa Dragones Tasting Room in San Miguel.

For those of us who live and breathe the artist-laden Colonial town of San Miguel de Allende, we have a new place to taste.

The petite and altogether charming Casa Dragones Tasting Room in the heart of town packs plenty of design punch, along with the premium, silky-smooth tequila itself, produced 350 miles away in Jalisco.

The story behind Casa Dragones has garnered significant attention, not just for its top-tier tequila, but for the enigmatic female force who is the soul of the brand, co-founder and CEO Bertha González Nieves.

 

 

She’s the first-ever female tequila master distiller in a male-dominated industry, who in just eight years has made Casa Dragones one of the world’s most highly prized fine spirits, ringing up at $75 and $285 a bottle. During the debut of the Tasting Room, her eyes are wide with pride.

“Passion is the fuel that drives you to focus,” she says. “When you have passion, it’s so strong and powerful it takes over. In our case, the journey of craftsmanship is what drives us forward.”

The diminutive new Tasting Room, designed by New York firm Meyer Davis, seats six, and its shape takes inspiration from the Casa Dragones tequila bottle.

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