Torres Brandy strengthens ties with the art world and creates the Oak Canvas series, an artistic project that invites young creators to transform an oak barrel, such as those used in the aging of brandy, into a work of art. From this work, a limited collector’s edition of Jaime I will be created for those who love art and brandy in equal parts. The first of the collection, which is now being presented to the market, reflects the unique and colorful creation of Ricardo Cavolo, an internationally recognized urban artist and illustrator.
Born in Salamanca, Cavolo explores fantasy and color through a pop iconography of vivid colors and naive shapes, with four-eyed characters and hearts wrapped in flames that give shape to their own universe, very recognizable. The artist and social activist speaks, through his works and murals, about immigration, gender inclusion and mental health, and has exhibited in cities such as London, New York, Milan, Montreal or Barcelona.
Juan Torres Master Distillers is the division dedicated to the elaboration of Torres Family distillates. Its origins date back to 1928, when Juan Torres Casals, the second generation, began to make soft and aromatic oak-aged brandies from a selection of the best white wines from Penedès (Barcelona). Today, with more than ninety years of experience as master distillers, perfecting the art of distillation every day, Juan Torres Master Distillers continues to seek excellence in each of its distillates and delicately produces eleven references of brandy, pisco and orange liqueur under the Torres Brandy, El Gobernador and Magdala brands. He endows all of them with personality and elegance and finds in the cocktail bar his greatest ally to satisfy the demands of a new consumer who pursues uniqueness and quality in their moments of shared enjoyment.