New York – With Halloween just around the corner, you can now bring a new twist to the festivities with AGWA’s specialty cocktails. Literally meaning “Water from Bolivia,” AGWA (30% ABV) is celebrated globally and is recognized as the “world’s original coca leaf liqueur.”
The best quality coca leaves are grown above 2000m in the Andes, picked and shipped to Amsterdam where they are immediately macerated into tea. Harmoniously blended with all-natural ingredients, including Chinese green tea, ginseng, Amazon guarana, African mint, and of course, the coca leaf—AGWA makes a wonderful addition to your Halloween cocktail lineup.
Mixology experts worldwide love AGWA for its unique versatility (adding AGWA to any classic mixer is a sure way to create the perfect cocktail), and consumers can’t get enough of its noteworthy after-effect, often referred to the “AGWA buzz.” Adding to its originality is its striking hue. AGWA forms ice crystals when frozen, which concentrates the color and causes the liquid to form a “green glow” which uniquely intensifies the flavor.
AGWA needs to be chilled at a temperature of 0 degrees Fahrenheit for 4 hours in order for it to GLOW. Check out a few drink creations that are sure to be a Halloween hit! Cheers!
The Devil’s Kiss
AGWA and a Lime Wedge – Bite into lime wedge before enjoying the frozen shot
Cranberry and AGWA on the rocks
Bolivian Bloody Mary
25 ml AGWA De Bolivia
100ml Tomato Juice
10ml Worcestershire Sauce
5ml Tabasco Sauce
Pinch of salt +pepper + celery salt (as desired)
Pour all the ingredients over cubed ice in a highball glass ands stir really well
15ml AGWA de Bolivia
15ml Melon Liqueur
2 Lime wedges
Pour ingredients and squeeze the lime wedges into a shaker. Add ice, shake well, and serve.
8 Basil leaves
25ml pure apple juice
In a chilled Boston glass place 7 Basil leaves, fill with crushed ice, drizzle the limoncello and stir. Strain off limoncello, add 3 other liquids and stir to taste. Rim the martini glass with a lime wedge and sprinkle vanilla sugar on outside only. Strain Boston contents into glass and serve.