This Día de los Muertos, shake together an Orange Añejo Margarita. With bright, warming orange flavors and Suerte Añejo tequila, it’s the perfect way to bright up a fall evening and ideal for sipping as you pass out candy to the trick-or-treaters or celebrate Día de los Muertos.
Tired of the usual Halloween festivities or you want more than just one day? Then it’s high you celebrated Día de los Muertos too. To brighten up your festivities, we checked in with Suerte Tequila to see what they would be drinking on this holiday. Enter, the Orange Añejo Margarita. It’s not just your usual margarita. The orange will warm you on a gloomy fall day and refresh you, all in one sip.
Suerte makes their single-distillery tequila by slow–roasting and crushing agave in the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico. All of their bottles are 100% tahona, which means each roasted piña is slowly crushed under large stones to release its juices, rather than being hastily shredded. So you know it’s an authentic tequila to celebrate an important holiday, like Día de los Muertos.
The Orange Añejo MargaritaSuerte Tequila
- 2 ounces Suerte Añejo Tequila
- 1/2 ounce Orange liqueur
- 1 ounce Lime juice
- 2 Large orange wedges
- 1 Orange wheel
- Edible flower optional
- Muddle the range wedges in a cocktail shaker.
- Add the tequila, orange liqueur, lime juice and ice. Shake and strain into a glass with a salted rim.
- Garish with an orange wheel and flower.
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