Friday, January 15, 2016

Warm Up Your Winter Weekend with Mexican Coffee!

Whether you're going on a ski trip, binge watching your favorite television show or hosting friends fro the football playoffs, we're all definitely ready to celebrate and enjoy the long weekend! No matter where you end up, or who you choose to spend the weekend with, warm up your winter weekend with Sauza's hot Mexican Coffee cocktail.


If football is on the agenda this weekend, why not make it extra fun with a few playoff party ideas? There are so many cool ideas for gathering with friends and family and watching your favorite team on the field. From tailgating to hosting a playoff party in front of the television while rooting for your team, make sure the day is a winner. 

For starters, be sure to have enough room for all of your guests to sit and enjoy the game. Having enough seating in front of the big screen is awesome but leave a bit of wiggle room for those who tend to get excited and into the game. As for food, lots of people like to take advantage of halftime to eat and recharge. Potluck is always a great idea but if you choose to provide all of the goodies, opt for something easy like finger foods or maybe a big pot of chili. 

We all know that cheering during the game can bring on a powerful thirst, so in addition to a warm Mexican Coffee, have a few other choices available for your guests as well. You may want to save the Mexican Coffee as a way to unwind and relax after all of the playoff excitement is over. 

No matter what your weekend plans entail, get toasty with Sauza's winter cocktail, and enjoy an extra day to relax and have fun with friends!

Mexican Coffee
  • 1 1/2 parts Sauza Signature Blue Silver 100% Agave Tequila
  • 1/2 part Kamora Coffee Liqueur
  • 4 parts hot coffee
  • 2 tsp. cinnamon sugar (1 part cinnamon, 4 parts sugar) plus more for dusting
  • Whipped cream (optional)
Preparation: Combine hot coffee and tequila. Mix in cinnamon and sugar until dissolved then float whipped cream on top and dust with cinnamon sugar mixture. Garnish with whipped creawm and cinnamon if desired. Enjoy!

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