Cinco De Mayo with Suerte Tequila

May 03, 2021

Cinco De Mayo is here and we're celebrating with some tasty tequila drinks courtesy of our friends at Suerte. Instead of a classic marg or just a lime infused cerveza, we're opting for some unique twists. We love any excuse to try out new cocktail recipes and taking them out for a test drive in our backyard, on a picnic with friends, or at the top of the peak we just hiked. Spring has sprung and we are toasting it - Salud!


LUCK AND COFFEE

Single Serving/Firelight 750 To-Go

• 1.5 / 9 oz Suerte Añejo
• 2 / 12 oz Cold brew coffee
• 0.5 / 3 oz  Nut liquor
• 0.5 / 3 oz Vanilla Cinnamon Simple Syrup*

Instructions

Combine all ingredients in ice filled shaker, shake and strain into ice filled Firelight 350 or 750Garnish with brandied cherry and cinnamon stick.

* Recipe can be found here

 

UN-BEET-ABLE MARGARITA

Single Serving/Firelight 750 To-Go

• 1.5 / 9 oz Suerte Blanco
• 1 / 6 oz Fresh beet juice
• 0.25 / 1.5 oz  Triple Sec
• 0.5 / 3 oz Fresh Lime Juice
• 0.5 / 3 oz Hot chili infused simple syrup*

Instructions

Combine in ice filled cocktail shaker. Shake and strain into ice-filled Firelight 350 or 750. Lime and jalapeño garnish.

* Recipe can be found here


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