This Sunday is Mother’s Day here in the UK and despite still being in lockdown, many of us will want to do our best to show our appreciation for everything our mothers have done for us.
With this in mind, how about treating your mother to a Mother’s Day with a twist with a deliciously different Cazcabel Honey Tequila cocktail?
Cazcabel Honey comes in a rather beautiful glass bottle and is the world’s first and only Honey Tequila. The 100% natural honey adds a dose of sweet nectar to the blend and is balanced with fresh, earthy and dry Cazcabel Blanco. The honey used is Yucatán honey and is sourced from the fields of Yucatán in Mexico.
So why not mix up one or two of these three delicious and refreshing cocktails for your mother this Sunday 14th March.
The first cocktail is the Cazcabel Honey Spritz for which you will need 50ml Cazcabel Honey Tequila, 75ml Sparkling Wine, 75ml soda water and a mint sprig and dehydrated lemon wheel.
Simply add Cazcabel Honey to a glass filled with plenty of cubed ice then top with Sparkling Wine and soda water before stirring gently and garnishing with a mint sprig and dehydrated lemon wheel.
Our second cocktail is the Cazcabel Honey Pineapple Margarita for which you will need 30ml Cazcabel Honey, 20ml Cazcabel Blanco, 25ml lime juice, 25ml pineapple juice, 5ml Agave syrup, a pineapple leaf and some orange peel.
Shake all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker with some ice. Then strain the contents into a rocks glass with ice and garnish with a pineapple leaf and an orange peel twist for the perfect refreshing cocktail.
Our third and final cocktail suggestion for Mother’s Day is the Cazcabel Honey & Mandarin Paloma which is made with 50ml Cazcabel Honey Tequila, 200ml Franklin & Sons Mandarin & Ginger Mixer and a fresh orange wedge.
Add 50ml Cazcabel Honey into a glass filled with cubed ice and then top with Franklin & Sons Mandarin & Ginger mixer and garnish with a wedge of orange as a final touch.
Simon Burrell is Editor of Our Man On The Ground, a member of The British Guild of Travel Writers and professional photographer.
Photographs courtesy of Cazcabel