You may not be on a beach right now, but there’s no reason you can’t duplicate at least of few of the sensations.
So put on some salsa music, put on a swimsuit (or don’t), fill the bath tub with salt water and shake up some margaritas with Mijenta Tequila, a sustainable, artisinal, small-batch, Latinx-owned tequila brand direct from Jalisco.
It’s absolutely incredible. Not to mention one of the most complex-yet-sippable tequilas we’ve had in a long while.
The luxury-priced bottles of Blanco and Reposado definitely aren’t for doing college-style shots. Instead, they’re smooth and complex enough for sipping neat right from the freezer or in a spirit-forward cocktail such as an Old Fashioned or Manhattan with a south-of-the-border twist.
Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close this week, overlapping with LGBT History Month, so be a good gay and raise a glass to the many great Hispanic contributions we enjoy in life.
And if you need something delicious to toast with, scroll to the end for a perfect-for-fall (and not pumpkin-spiced) Mijenta Oaxacan Margarita recipe.
You can order the tequila direct from their website and have it shipped right to your front door, too.
Mijenta TequilaTequila Photo courtesy of Mijenta
Mijenta Oaxacan Margarita
1oz Mijenta Tequila Blanco
.75oz cinnamon syrup
.75oz lemon juice
Shake all ingredients with plenty of ice, strain into a rocks glass with fresh ice.
Garnish with a lime wheel.