Thursday, January 21, 2016

Celebrate National Have Fun at Work Day with a Sauza Happy Hour!‏

Whether you work at home or have a long commute across town, the truth is that we spend most of our loives at work ~ so, we might as well be having fun! Thursday, January 28th is National Have Fun at Work Day! There's no better time to celebrate your hard work and raise a toast with your colleagues during an office happy hour!


No matter what you do each day, we all deserve a break to relax and unwind with friends or co-workers so that we can reflect on our great accomplishments. Ready to host? Sauza Tequila has a few tips below and signature cocktail recipes to get you started!


Tips for hosting a fun office happy hour:

Set the Theme ~ Whether it's a "getaway" theme with a margarita bar and BBQ favorites, or an early kick-off party for the big football game, choosing a theme for your happy hour will help your colleagues embrace the fun.

Get in the "Spirit" ~ Select a signature cocktail to fit your happy hour theme and then trade in your coffee mug for a copper mug and serve Sauza's Minted Mexican Mule, offering a refreshing agave twist on a popular favorite.

Mix and Mingle ~ Extend the invite far and wide to include colleagues from various departments and take this opportunity to bond with your co-workers. This will help strengthen your work environment in the long run.

Eat Potluck Style ~ Potluck is a great way to share the responsibility of pulling off a fun party, especially when many just "don't have time" ~ plus, having each colleague bring an appetizer or snack guarantees a delicious and diverse spread!

Tune it Up ~ Keep the vibe alive with some crowd pleasing tunes and even if the volume is kept pretty low, music will help transform the occasion from a gathering to a happy hour!


Minted Mexican Mule
  • 1 1/2 parts Sauza Signature Blue Reposado Tequila
  • 1/2 part lime juice
  • 3 parts ginger beer
  • Mint leaves
Preparation: Add liquid ingredients to an ice-filled shaker. Shake and strain over ice into a copper mug and garnish. 

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