It’s the most wonderful time of the year. That’s right, it’s the Day of the Dead season. It’s the celebration from which our sugar skull was born. The festivities, the colors, the families coming together – we can’t get enough of it.
In case the sugar skull on our bottle didn’t give it away, we’re big fans of the Day of The Dead. We love the meaning and mystique of it all, and we enjoy a good cocktail that represents the celebration and all its revelry.
Everyone knows the classic margarita. Sure, it pairs well with unlimited chips and salsa at your favorite restaurant, but, when you want an evening recapping summer’s festivities with your BFFs, it’s time to freshen up your routine. Introducing the fragrant, citrus Lavender Lemon Margarita from Muy Bueno! Try this unique margarita to recapture summer’s gleam as the days get shorter and colder.
Even though our summer days are getting shorter, the weather’s still warm and garden produce is abundant. By now you may have had your fill of citrus shandies and sweet, fruity fare (if that’s possible!). Just in time to rescue you from your routine, Exotico® brings you a fresh twist on a summer refresher from Arsenic Lace—the Green Garden cocktail.
You probably have your own favorite reasons for getting together with your girlfriends—book club, Bunco, a new episode of “Bachelor in Paradise” or just whatever. And really, who needs an excuse? Now, thanks to Muy Bueno Cookbook, we have what might be the best reason of all for a girl’s night (or day) celebration—Berry Tequila Rosé Sangria.
By now you probably know that tequila is good for more than Margaritas and doing shots long after you should have known better. You may have even navigated the liquor store or supermarket aisles only to encounter dozens of brands and types of tequila. We’re here to make sense of all this, and help you decide what makes a tequila worthy of an honored place in your glass or behind your bar.
By everything, we mean sweet, sour, savory, icy and tropical
Just like our favorite agave-based spirit, the chamango is a beverage born in Mexico, inspired by a food cart delicacy combining fresh fruit and spicy sauce. This bright, icy cup of deliciousness has made the trip to the U.S. and onto Instagram feeds everywhere.
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Today we put the spotlight on something of a cocktail mystery—a cultural and culinary mishmash called the Mexican Martini. Once we get to the bottom of this tasty concoction we think you’ll want to grab this one by the longhorns and add it to your list of favorite ways to enjoy tequila.