Rubí Corazón is presented in a beautiful ceramic liquor store, molded and painted by Mexican artisans from the municipality of Tonalá, Jalisco, its morphology symbolizes a Rubí and in the center a heart-shaped hole. The Ruby derives its name from the Latin "ruber", red and represents passion, love and romanticism. Rubies were known in ancient times as drops of blood from the heart of mother earth. The form in which the heart symbol is known today is said to derive from the iconography of Ancient Greece. The Greeks take the concept of the heart of the Egyptians, but they represent it as an ivy leaf. Ivy is the perennial vine that crowns the god Bacchus and represents immortality, faithfulness, perseverance and passionate desire, including many of the meanings of love.