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Cinco de Mayo: The Best Drinks (Slideshow)

Cinco de Mayo: The Best Drinks (Slideshow)



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Citrónge Margarita Recipe

Give your margarita an authentic twist by using genuine Mexican orange liqueur. This cocktail uses Patrόn Citronge, an orange liqueur made in Jalisco, Mexico. Characterized by its clear, bright color and aroma of fresh, sweet, and bitter oranges with floral notes, this liqueur brings a crisp, orange flavor to your margarita for the perfect balance of sweet and sour, making it the ideal cocktail to serve at your Cinco de Mayo party.

Casa Noble Blood Orange Margarita Recipe

Blood oranges are always just a little bit better than the regular kind (such a lush color!), and a spicy margarita is just a little bit better than a regular one. This margarita has it all.

Cilantro Margarita Recipe

Coconut Margarita Recipe

At the Copamarina Beach Resort in Guanica, Puerto Rico, you can sip their signature Coconut Margarita in isolation at the beach or while relaxing poolside.

Margarita Premium Recipe

The Margarita Premium is the perfect drink to order for Cinco de Mayo at the Patio del Nispero restaurant at Hotel El Convento, a historic property located in the heart of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Mexican Mule Recipe

Another great use for those copper mugs you ordered to properly drink your Moscow Mules.

Añejo Signature Margarita Recipe

Añejo — the best Mexican restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen for our money — doesn’t just make terrific Mexican dishes, it also produces some delicious cocktails.

Ole Smoky Moonshine Margarita Recipe

Add some spice to your fiesta this 5th of May with an Ole Smoky Moonshine Margarita. Poured right from the jar (as all moonshine should be), Ole Smoky has that southern kick – it’s a Mason jar fiesta!

Pineapple and Black Pepper Margarita Recipe

Primo Cherry Margarita

Cherry and lime is a classic combination, making this great cocktail a fit for both cherry blossom season and Cinco de Mayo.

Rum Rita Recipe

La Concha Resort, the quintessential San Juan beach hotel and nightlife destination, serves an authentic rum version of the popular beverage, the Rum Rita.

Strawberry Mango Margarita Recipe

The Doubletree San Juan celebrates with a fruity adaptation of their Strawberry Mango Margarita available at the hotel’s Café Pierre.

Frozen Tamarind Margarita Recipe

Verde Palabra Recipe

Who would have thought to combine chartreuse and jalapeño syrup? Just like deep fried guacamole, this combination has no right to work, but it absolutely does.


11 Cocktails to Make for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is, to many American drinkers, a day to celebrate Mexico through the copious ingestion of the country’s spirits. A couple of misconceptions about the holiday abound, however. First, it’s not Mexico’s Independence Day that’s on September 16. Rather, Cinco de Mayo, or Fifth of May, celebrates the anniversary of the country’s victory over France in the Battle of Puebla. Second, the day isn’t even an official Mexican holiday, and although celebrations take place, mostly in the state of Puebla, most Mexicans don’t really even celebrate the holiday and tend to find it odd that Americans use it as an excuse to stuff themselves on tacos and copiously imbibe.

This isn’t to say you shouldn’t celebrate the holiday. We simply urge you to do so with quality drinks rather than an enormous quantity of them.

These are 11 cocktails made with Mexican spirits, beer and/or mixers to make your Cinco de Mayo celebration appropriately festive.


11 Cocktails to Make for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is, to many American drinkers, a day to celebrate Mexico through the copious ingestion of the country’s spirits. A couple of misconceptions about the holiday abound, however. First, it’s not Mexico’s Independence Day that’s on September 16. Rather, Cinco de Mayo, or Fifth of May, celebrates the anniversary of the country’s victory over France in the Battle of Puebla. Second, the day isn’t even an official Mexican holiday, and although celebrations take place, mostly in the state of Puebla, most Mexicans don’t really even celebrate the holiday and tend to find it odd that Americans use it as an excuse to stuff themselves on tacos and copiously imbibe.

This isn’t to say you shouldn’t celebrate the holiday. We simply urge you to do so with quality drinks rather than an enormous quantity of them.

These are 11 cocktails made with Mexican spirits, beer and/or mixers to make your Cinco de Mayo celebration appropriately festive.


11 Cocktails to Make for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is, to many American drinkers, a day to celebrate Mexico through the copious ingestion of the country’s spirits. A couple of misconceptions about the holiday abound, however. First, it’s not Mexico’s Independence Day that’s on September 16. Rather, Cinco de Mayo, or Fifth of May, celebrates the anniversary of the country’s victory over France in the Battle of Puebla. Second, the day isn’t even an official Mexican holiday, and although celebrations take place, mostly in the state of Puebla, most Mexicans don’t really even celebrate the holiday and tend to find it odd that Americans use it as an excuse to stuff themselves on tacos and copiously imbibe.

This isn’t to say you shouldn’t celebrate the holiday. We simply urge you to do so with quality drinks rather than an enormous quantity of them.

These are 11 cocktails made with Mexican spirits, beer and/or mixers to make your Cinco de Mayo celebration appropriately festive.


11 Cocktails to Make for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is, to many American drinkers, a day to celebrate Mexico through the copious ingestion of the country’s spirits. A couple of misconceptions about the holiday abound, however. First, it’s not Mexico’s Independence Day that’s on September 16. Rather, Cinco de Mayo, or Fifth of May, celebrates the anniversary of the country’s victory over France in the Battle of Puebla. Second, the day isn’t even an official Mexican holiday, and although celebrations take place, mostly in the state of Puebla, most Mexicans don’t really even celebrate the holiday and tend to find it odd that Americans use it as an excuse to stuff themselves on tacos and copiously imbibe.

This isn’t to say you shouldn’t celebrate the holiday. We simply urge you to do so with quality drinks rather than an enormous quantity of them.

These are 11 cocktails made with Mexican spirits, beer and/or mixers to make your Cinco de Mayo celebration appropriately festive.


11 Cocktails to Make for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is, to many American drinkers, a day to celebrate Mexico through the copious ingestion of the country’s spirits. A couple of misconceptions about the holiday abound, however. First, it’s not Mexico’s Independence Day that’s on September 16. Rather, Cinco de Mayo, or Fifth of May, celebrates the anniversary of the country’s victory over France in the Battle of Puebla. Second, the day isn’t even an official Mexican holiday, and although celebrations take place, mostly in the state of Puebla, most Mexicans don’t really even celebrate the holiday and tend to find it odd that Americans use it as an excuse to stuff themselves on tacos and copiously imbibe.

This isn’t to say you shouldn’t celebrate the holiday. We simply urge you to do so with quality drinks rather than an enormous quantity of them.

These are 11 cocktails made with Mexican spirits, beer and/or mixers to make your Cinco de Mayo celebration appropriately festive.


11 Cocktails to Make for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is, to many American drinkers, a day to celebrate Mexico through the copious ingestion of the country’s spirits. A couple of misconceptions about the holiday abound, however. First, it’s not Mexico’s Independence Day that’s on September 16. Rather, Cinco de Mayo, or Fifth of May, celebrates the anniversary of the country’s victory over France in the Battle of Puebla. Second, the day isn’t even an official Mexican holiday, and although celebrations take place, mostly in the state of Puebla, most Mexicans don’t really even celebrate the holiday and tend to find it odd that Americans use it as an excuse to stuff themselves on tacos and copiously imbibe.

This isn’t to say you shouldn’t celebrate the holiday. We simply urge you to do so with quality drinks rather than an enormous quantity of them.

These are 11 cocktails made with Mexican spirits, beer and/or mixers to make your Cinco de Mayo celebration appropriately festive.


11 Cocktails to Make for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is, to many American drinkers, a day to celebrate Mexico through the copious ingestion of the country’s spirits. A couple of misconceptions about the holiday abound, however. First, it’s not Mexico’s Independence Day that’s on September 16. Rather, Cinco de Mayo, or Fifth of May, celebrates the anniversary of the country’s victory over France in the Battle of Puebla. Second, the day isn’t even an official Mexican holiday, and although celebrations take place, mostly in the state of Puebla, most Mexicans don’t really even celebrate the holiday and tend to find it odd that Americans use it as an excuse to stuff themselves on tacos and copiously imbibe.

This isn’t to say you shouldn’t celebrate the holiday. We simply urge you to do so with quality drinks rather than an enormous quantity of them.

These are 11 cocktails made with Mexican spirits, beer and/or mixers to make your Cinco de Mayo celebration appropriately festive.


11 Cocktails to Make for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is, to many American drinkers, a day to celebrate Mexico through the copious ingestion of the country’s spirits. A couple of misconceptions about the holiday abound, however. First, it’s not Mexico’s Independence Day that’s on September 16. Rather, Cinco de Mayo, or Fifth of May, celebrates the anniversary of the country’s victory over France in the Battle of Puebla. Second, the day isn’t even an official Mexican holiday, and although celebrations take place, mostly in the state of Puebla, most Mexicans don’t really even celebrate the holiday and tend to find it odd that Americans use it as an excuse to stuff themselves on tacos and copiously imbibe.

This isn’t to say you shouldn’t celebrate the holiday. We simply urge you to do so with quality drinks rather than an enormous quantity of them.

These are 11 cocktails made with Mexican spirits, beer and/or mixers to make your Cinco de Mayo celebration appropriately festive.


11 Cocktails to Make for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is, to many American drinkers, a day to celebrate Mexico through the copious ingestion of the country’s spirits. A couple of misconceptions about the holiday abound, however. First, it’s not Mexico’s Independence Day that’s on September 16. Rather, Cinco de Mayo, or Fifth of May, celebrates the anniversary of the country’s victory over France in the Battle of Puebla. Second, the day isn’t even an official Mexican holiday, and although celebrations take place, mostly in the state of Puebla, most Mexicans don’t really even celebrate the holiday and tend to find it odd that Americans use it as an excuse to stuff themselves on tacos and copiously imbibe.

This isn’t to say you shouldn’t celebrate the holiday. We simply urge you to do so with quality drinks rather than an enormous quantity of them.

These are 11 cocktails made with Mexican spirits, beer and/or mixers to make your Cinco de Mayo celebration appropriately festive.


11 Cocktails to Make for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is, to many American drinkers, a day to celebrate Mexico through the copious ingestion of the country’s spirits. A couple of misconceptions about the holiday abound, however. First, it’s not Mexico’s Independence Day that’s on September 16. Rather, Cinco de Mayo, or Fifth of May, celebrates the anniversary of the country’s victory over France in the Battle of Puebla. Second, the day isn’t even an official Mexican holiday, and although celebrations take place, mostly in the state of Puebla, most Mexicans don’t really even celebrate the holiday and tend to find it odd that Americans use it as an excuse to stuff themselves on tacos and copiously imbibe.

This isn’t to say you shouldn’t celebrate the holiday. We simply urge you to do so with quality drinks rather than an enormous quantity of them.

These are 11 cocktails made with Mexican spirits, beer and/or mixers to make your Cinco de Mayo celebration appropriately festive.


Watch the video: Cinco De Mayo Drinks (August 2022).