Mexican Independence Day with MILAGRO TEQUILA

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Each year on September 16th, Mexico celebrates its Independence with plenty of festive parades, parties, food and of course, who could forget the tequila! This year, Milagro Tequila founders Danny and Moy, reflect on what they love most about being from Mexico City. Here’s what they had to say…

My favorite thing about Mexico City is the passion and authenticity I find in every aspect of the city. It makes me proud to see Mexico City becoming one of the most relevant cities in the world and could not be happier to be a part of that evolution.”Daniel Schneeweiss

The people above all, are my favorite thing about Mexico City. The food is amazing!! Mexico City has its own blood type, different to any other city in the world. It is the diversity that is so enriching.Moy Guindi

Toast to the vibrant colors of Mexico with a red, white and green cocktails courtesy of Milagro.

Cheers!

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Agua Verde (Margarita)

Agua
Agua Verde (Margarita)

Milagro Silver 1.5 parts
Avocado 0.25 parts
Cucumber Slices 3 each
Fresh Lime Juice 1 part
Agave Nectar 0.75 parts
Garnish: Lime Wheel 1 each
Glass: Rocks
Combine ingredients and blend with one cup of ice. Pour into a rocks glass. Garnish with a lime wheel.

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In Love with Coconut

In Love with Coconut
In Love with Coconut

Milagro Reposado  1.5 parts
Ancho Reyes  0.5 part
Fresh Lime Juice  0.75 part
Coconut Syrup (Monin)  0.5 part
Ginger Beer  2 parts
Garnish: Roasted Coconut Rim

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The Freshest Sangria

The Freshest Sangria
The Freshest Sangria

Milagro Silver  4 parts
Fresh Lime Juice  4 parts
Grapefruit Juice  4 parts

Grenadine  8 parts
Serrano Peppers  3 per patch
In four shooter glasses, pour Milagro Silver neat. Cut serrano peppers in half and remove veins, seeds or stems. Blend the halves with remaining ingredients and allow pepper infusion to steep for 2-3 hours. Strain and pour into four separate shooter glasses.

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