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Here, he’s chosen one of his pieces, “Epicuro” (2016), a 1.8-meter tall sculpture he carved from volcanic rock, to portray with pepita. With this representation of “Epicuro,” the Casa Dragones crystal decanter’s typical delicate engravings encircling its neck and base have been traded for a single, elegantly hand-engraved design. Each of the 400 bottles made in this collection has been crafted with meticulous attention to detail and represent an approach to life. “Epicuro”, both the original sculpture and this portrayal, embodies the delight in freedom from pain and fear. By pivoting the question of “how to be good” into “how to be happy,” the philosopher helped open up the path to self-awareness and wellness as a form of peace. 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By the end of the 16\u003csup\u003eth\u003c\/sup\u003e century, San Miguel was a booming town, flourishing with agriculture, ranching and tanneries. It was then renamed San Miguel el Grande. 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.\u003c\/p\u003e"}

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Tequila: Casa Dragones Pedro Reyes Epicuro Special Art Edition Joven

Tequila Casa Dragones and Pedro Reyes are pleased to present this special edition bottle of Casa Dragones Joven as an exploration of the traditional Mexican technique of pepita glass engraving.

Size: 750ML

Proof: 80 (40% ABV)

Origin: Mexico

Distillery: Casa Dragones

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Reyes’ repertoire of work is largely inspired by the ideas of the philosopher Epicurus, whose teachings on wellbeing are artfully translated into sculptures by Reyes. Here, he’s chosen one of his pieces, “Epicuro” (2016), a 1.8-meter tall sculpture he carved from volcanic rock, to portray with pepita. With this representation of “Epicuro,” the Casa Dragones crystal decanter’s typical delicate engravings encircling its neck and base have been traded for a single, elegantly hand-engraved design. Each of the 400 bottles made in this collection has been crafted with meticulous attention to detail and represent an approach to life. “Epicuro”, both the original sculpture and this portrayal, embodies the delight in freedom from pain and fear. By pivoting the question of “how to be good” into “how to be happy,” the philosopher helped open up the path to self-awareness and wellness as a form of peace. Very pleased to be a part of Reyes’ innovative artistic vision and to explore Mexican craftsmanship in new creative contexts.

Casa Dragones Pedro Reyes Epicuro Special Art Edition Joven Tequila Tasting Notes

Nose: Fresh and inviting, subtle floral and citrus aroma with notes of sweet roasted agave.

Palate: 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.

Distillery Information

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. 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.

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