Thursday, April 29, 2010

The Wine House Single Barrel Casa Noble

We would like to congratulate The Wine House for selecting an excellent Single Barrel of Casa Noble Reposado, we are proud to to be part of such a wonderful collection of Wines and Spirits. Thank you to Bill and Glen knight and of course to Mark Schwarz, as well as all the Wine House Staff! The profile of a Single Barrel is Unique and never repeated, the barrel that The Wine House chose is made up of only 360 bottles which are signed by the owners of Casa Noble as well as individually numbered. The characteristic of the tequila in these bottles will never be repeated.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Happy Earth Day!

Earth Day cocktails and Organic, Shaken & Stirred cocktail event

La Cocktail Examiner - Aaron Vanek

"pick up a bottle of Casa Noble Tequila, one of the first tequilas to receive USDA organic certification: 
Casa Noble Organic Margarita
2 oz Casa Noble Crystal
1 oz fresh lime juice (or juice 1 whole lime)
¾ oz La Sierra agave nectar

Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake, strain and serve up or on the rocks. Garnish with a lime wheel. To salt rim – moisten rim of glass with lime and gently roll in a plate of kosher salt.
Our range of spirits is due to the beauty of this tiny blue sphere. Cheers to you, Earth. Thanks for the booze."
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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Casa Noble Celebrates Guillermo Arriaga

Simon Bross presented the DALLAS STAR Award to Guillermo Arriaga at the Latino Cultural Center, in conjunction with the Mexican Consulate last night. The Oscar-nominated director-writer of such films as BABEL and 21 GRAMS and wrote the screenplay for AMORRES PERROS . Casa Noble Tequila proudly sponsored this event with tequila for the ceremonial toast.

Thursday, April 08, 2010

The Mixoloseum Creates Casa Noble Drinks

TDN: Casa Noble – Vote for the best drink!
by SYLVAN on APRIL 7, 2010

The Thursday Drink Night theme last week  was Casa Noble tequila. Specifically, their Crystal, or blanco. We were joined in the chat room by Jose “Pepe” Hermosillo, a founding partner of Casa Noble, all the way from Jalisco, Mexico! He graciously answered our many questions and even shared a few photos from where Casa Noble is made.

Check out the recipes then vote! To vote visit The Mixoloseum

Tequilez: 1 1/2 oz Casa Noble blanco tequila, 1 1/2 oz sweet vermouth, 2 barspoons maraschino liqueur, 2d orange bitters. Stir, strain, up.

Smoggy Sunrise: 2 oz Casa Noble reposado tequila, 1/2 oz lime juice, 1/2 oz mezcal, 1/2 oz strained raspberry puree, orange wheel.  Put raspberry puree in bottom of rocks glass with orange wheel and lightly crush orange. Place large single ice cube on top. Shake tequila, lime juice, mezcal. Pour slowly over cube

Default Password: 2 oz Casa Noble blanco tequila, 1 oz Amontillado sherry, 3/4oz lime juice, 1/4 oz Cointreau,3-4 d orange Angostura bitters.Shake,strain, top w thin layer of red wine

Ominous Green: 2 oz Casa Noble blanco tequila, 3/4 oz Chartreuse, 3/4 oz lime juice, 1/2 oz simple syrup, 2 dashes grapefruit bitters. Float 1t of JWray Overproof rum on top!

Burbujas Platas: 1 1/2 oz Casa Noble blanco tequila, 1/2 oz Cointreau, 1 oz lemon juice, 1 tsp orgeat, 1 tsp cinnamon syrup, 1/2 oz egg white. Dryshake, shake with ice, strain into a frosty tall glass and top with cold cream soda. Garnish with orange zest and a cinnamon stick.

Maharet’s Wrath: Muddle 1/2 of a green jalapeno w/ 1/2 oz lime juice & 1/2 oz simple syrup. Add 2 oz Casa Noble blanco  tequila, 1 oz grapefruit juice, 1/4 oz campari,shake, strain over crushed ice in rocks glass.Add a dash Peychaud’s bitters on the ice.

Witch of the Moor: 1 1/2 oz Casa Noble blanco tequila, 1/2 oz Strega, 1/4 oz pear liqueur, splash of blended scotch. Stir and strain into cocktail glass. Squeeze lemon twist and serve.

Noble Fashioned:  Muddle in rocks glass: 1 large twist of lemon, half barspoon of cinnamon syrup, 1 barspoon agave nectar, 3 fresh sage leaves and 2 dashes of choclate bitters (yeah, it’s a muddled mess). Add 2 oz of añejo tequila, a few large cubes of ice (mix/stir) and add juice from a 1/4 slice of lime on top

Veranda:  1 oz Casa Noble blanco tequila, 1 oz bison grass vodka, 1/2 oz Canton ginger liqueur, 1/2 oz lime juice. Shake/strain/rocks. Basil leaf garnish.

Tlaquepaque:  2 oz Casa Noble blanco tequila, 1 oz Aperol, 1/4 oz Clément Creole Shrubb, 1/4 oz Cynar, 2 cucumber slices. Muddle cucumber w/ booze in mixing glass, add ice and shake. Dbl strain, garnish w/ 2 thin cucumber slices.

Don Sangria: 1 1/2 oz Casa Noble blanco tequila, 2 1/2 oz fino sherry, 3/4 oz cinnamon syrup, 1/2 oz blood orange juice, 1 oz lemon juice, 1/2 oz Aperol, 2d grapefruit bitters.

Spaghetti Western: 2 1/4 oz Casa Noble blanco tequila, 1/4oz Averna, 1 barspoon dark raw agave nectar, 2d Fee’s Whiskey Barrel-aged bitters. Build on rocks, stir.

Sunday, April 04, 2010

BoozeBlogger Reviews Casa Noble and gives it Top Scores

"Since we started our tequila week, Ryan and I have tasted a wide variety of different tequilas. After drinking 10-15 different bottles, it became pretty clear that the more expensive spirits stood above the rest. We’ve tried $50-$80 vodkas, and found ourselves liking some of the cheaper vodkas more (like Tito’s), because more often than not, you’re paying for the label on the front of the bottle, rather than the product inside. Long story short, we’ve rarely run into expensive liquor that we thought was truly worth the money.

Until we got our hands on Casa Noble tequila, that is.

You probably haven’t heard of Casa Noble unless you’re already a tequila connoisseur – and that’s okay. Here’s a good primer before we get into our review of their Blanco, Reposado and Anejo varieties of tequila:"
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