The Serrano Margarita is a kicked-up version of our classic favorite. Serrano peppers add heat that pairs oh so well with the cool, fresh lime juice. A sugared rim on this cocktail helps cut the spice.
We could drink these all day, no really. A classic margarita is fresh and never too sweet; the perfect balance of quality tequila mixed with the tartness of fresh squeezed lime juice. With salt or without (we always say with), on the rocks or frozen, we'll take 'em however we can get them.
Many claim to be the creators of this young-at-heart staple (all with slightly differing ingredient lists), but this version is the real deal. And while the name of this classic cocktail is misleading, very few actually liken the taste to a real iced tea. One thing we know for sure is that this cocktail has certainly made a name for itself outside of Long Island.
The finest expression of el Jimador is our much-prized Añejo. Aged for 12 months, it needs no further introduction. Sip it neat and pure, or add ice, and expect big, rich flavors of cinnamon and caramel with a hint of butter. We'll take one if you're pouring.
We've taken the classic Old Fashioned south of the boarder with this 'nuevo' twist. The Mezcal Antiquo Fashioned swaps the bourbon or rye found in a typical Old Fashioned for smokey mezcal and resposado tequila. Garnish this drink with a charred jalapeno and you've got a refined fiesta in a glass.
Here's our take on the margarita - the Caborita, a Thick Cut drink that should only be served in a mug. Don't call it a cocktail – it's a drink, and the full agave flavor of Cabo Blanco shines through in this one.
This tropical coconut margarita is PERFECT for Cinco de Mayo. And it was so so easy to whip up! I love a good tropical margarita on any old day, but this one is especially perfect for my favorite “holiday” on May 5th.