TEQUILA COCKTAILS

Tequila Cassis Cocktail

My Boy Blue

The El Diablo combination of tequila/cassis has the addition of a chocolate liqueur and egg white for texture.…

Spicy Tequila Negroni

Tierra del Fuego (a Spicy Tequila Negroni)

A spicy tequila-based Negroni riff by Andrew from The Humble Garnish. Named after a group of islands in South America - shared by Chile and Argentina.…

Blackberry Tequila Smash

Blackberry, Vanilla & Jalapeno Smash

A spicy combination of tequila, blackberry and jalapeno. The vanilla notes of the tequila are also paired with the vanilla syrup for a rich, citrusy and spicy tequila drink.…

Hibiscus El Diablo

Hibiscus El Diablo

A classic El Diablo consists of tequila, creme de cassis and ginger beer. The hibiscus variation calls for the sticky, sweet and floral hibiscus syrup in place of the cassis.…

La Paloma Cocktail

La Paloma

La Paloma has a shrouded history with no proven origin. It is highly likely that it originally came from Mexico in the mid to late 1900s before migrating to the US.…

Tommy’s Margarita

Tommy's Margarita originates from the Tommy's Mexican Restaurant in San Francisco and was first created back in the 90s. A riff on a classic Margarita with strong notes of sweet agave.…

Tokyo Iced Tea

Tokyo Iced Tea

A simple variation on the Long Island Iced Tea. Substitute in Midori melon liqueur in place of the triple sec and voila - a bright green, potent cocktail.…

Adios Mother Cocktail

Adios Motherf***er (AMF)

A simple variation on the Long Island Iced Tea with blue curacao instead of triple sec. An electric blue, potent cocktail crudely named the Adios Motherf***er (or AMF).…

Long Island Iced Tea

Long Island Iced Tea

Surprising to some, the Long Island Iced Tea doesn't actually contain tea. Most likely named for it's tea-like appearance - this also hints to the drinks origins during prohibition when some drinks were made to look like tea.…

Orange Margarita

Cinnamon Girl (Orange & Cinnamon Margarita)

The Cinnamon Girl is essentially an Orange & Cinnamon Margarita served over crushed ice. The combination of crushed ice and orange juice makes for a softer Margarita with less tang and acidity compared with a classic Margarita.…