Milagro Tequila Cocktails!

Shouldn’t everyday be National Tequila Day? For many of us it can be, but for those who like to celebrate these wonderful national food and beverage days: enjoy today, as the tequila fest is upon us and it’s time to celebrate!

image005Milagro Tequila is known for its beautiful bottle, and smooth taste and texture. There’s certainly no tequila burn with this one as it’s made from 100% Estate-Grown Blue Agave from the Jalisco Mexican highlands. Jaime Salas is the Brand Ambassador for Milagro and is a Tequila Expert and Taster. He holds many titles and has been featured in many publications.

For those of you celebrating at home, here are some simple and delicious DIY cocktails using Milagro! Happy National Tequila Day, and Please Pair Responsibly! 

 

 

Azoteas Verdes Margarita- Courtesy of Milagroimage001-7
2 parts Milagro Reposado Tequila
1 part Fresh Lime Juice
0.75 parts Agave Nectar
2 strips of green Bell Peppers
1 D’Avignon Radish
1/5 Kale Leaf

Method:

Combine the pepper, radish and kale leaf in the mixing glass of a Boston shaker and muddle. Add remaining ingredients and ice and shake vigorously. Strain over fresh ice into a rocks glass and garnish with a kale leaf and lime wheel.

Blushing Rosemary Margarita- Courtesy of Milagro

2 parts Milagro Silver Tequilaimage002-7

1 part fresh lime juice

¾ part agave nectar

4 watermelon chunks

1 rosemary sprig

2 dashes Fee Brothers Lemon Bitters

 Method:

In a cocktail shaker, muddle fruit and herbs. Add remaining ingredients. Shake and strain over fresh ice. Garnish with Rosemary Sprig and Lemon Wheel.

Ode to Isis Margarita- Courtesy of Milagro

image003-52 parts Milagro Añejo

1 part fresh lime juice

¾ part agave nectar

2 strawberries

2 verbena leaves

1 ½ part ginger beer

 Method:

Muddle. Shake well. Strain over fresh ice in a rocks glass. Top with ginger beer. Garnish with a lime.

Hi-Teq Punch- Courtesy of Milagro

3 parts Milagro Silverimage004

2 parts Lemon Juice

2 parts Simple Syrup (2:1)

2 parts Sparkling Water

5 parts Hibiscus Tea (1 tea bag per 16oz hot water)

1 part Ginger Juice

1 part Lillet Rose

 Method: 

Build ingredients in a punch bowl over a large ice block. Garnish with lemon wheels. Stir well for one minute to dilute. Serve to your guests in a rocks or punch glass and enjoy.

Which cocktails do you see yourself making for #NationalTequilaDay? 

About Sara Lehman

Sommelier, Private Chef, & Food and Wine Pairing Expert in NYC! Sara is a Wine Writer, Wine Ambassador, and Wine Consultant specializing in pairings, parties, entertaining and education.

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