Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Bring on the Fireworks this 4th of July with #Hornitos Tequila! #4thofJuly


America's birthday is only a few short days away and it's never too late to start planning your celebration. No matter what your holiday plans entail, there will most likely be fireworks. Am I right? The one most awesome thing about this particular holiday is that it tends to be very low maintenance and requires very little in the way of attire, decorations and even food and drink. This ultra patriotic holiday can be just as spectacular with a basic red, white and blue theme, casual dress and no fuss food and drinks.

Make your event shine this year, above all other years with specialized drinks and food to fit in with the patriotic theme. Not only can you incorporate red, white and blue into the menu, but you can also create drinks with catch names that will not only get the attention of your guests but will knock their socks off too!
For this year's Independence Day, why not spark your own fireworks for friends and family with a bit of Hornitos Tequila? Whether hanging out by the pool, at a smokin' BBQ or at an inside get-together, take your party to the next level with Hornitos because it's not just any tequila!
Strawberry Fireworks
  • 3 parts Hornitos Plata Tequila
  • Handful of fresh strawberries
  • Juice from 1 lime
  • 2 teaspoons super-fine sugar
  • Fresh pepper
  • 1 cup club soda
Preparations: Put strawberries in a small pitcher and mash to your desired consistency. Add juice, club soda, Hornitos Plata and combine along with 4 good grinds from the pepper mill. Fill 2 glasses halfway with ice and divide among glasses.

Hornitos® Lime Shot takes the process out of the whole tequila experience. No need for blenders or the traditional tequila ritual, this shot already combines the salt + tequila + lime! Serve the shot chilled in a glass for the ultimate Lime Shot experience.

4 comments:

  1. You are speaking my language. Yum-O!

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    1. Yes! This sounds like an awesome drink!!

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  2. I really like that this has a lot of the ingredients involved already in it. We're having the 4th of July in a very small cottage so it'd be nice not to have a big setup.

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