The Mexican city’s art galleries are an enthusiast’s paradise and restaurant scene is booming — try the posole at Cenaduria La Alborada. And part of the city dates back to the 16th century and is a UNESCO World Heritage site worth exploring on its own merits.
For today July 24, National Tequila Day, however, what matters about San Miguel del Allende is that it’s home to the Casa Dragones tasting room.
The reservations-only tasting room has only six seats, where guests can enjoy some of the best sipping tequila in the world and the bar’s signature cocktails.
Casa Dragones produces their tequila in small batches — no more than 500 cases per batch — in Tequila, Jalisco, Mexico.
Source: cnn.com via gantdaily.com
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