Jose Cuervo, the world’s number-one tequila, is entering the festive spirit (excuse the pun) by giving one lucky person an early Christmas present with the chance to win the world’s first piñata bar via social media.
It has, in almost every way, been an unforgettable year and for many, one to forget. And so, with that in mind, the Jose Cuervo Piñata Bar will arrive fully stocked to serve cocktails at home, along with instructions for a safe destruction so you can say adios to 2020! On destroying the bar, it will reveal a variety of Jose Cuervo tequilas and flavoured fillings inside.
This really is a one of the kind item that has been designed in festive colours and comes complete with a shelf of Jose Cuervo Especial Gold, bartender’s essentials, mixers and garnishes. The chosen winner will get the bar delivered directly to their home in time for this year’s festivities.
And for those of you who have now mastered your own at-home mixology skills throughout the many months of lockdown, the bar can also act as a party-friendly way to serve delicious tequila cocktails for your extended family this Christmas.
Lots of people here in the UK are now enjoying tequila in longer serves and classic cocktails, and Jose Cuervo is the perfect tequila for the most beloved cocktail, the Margarita as a prime example. All you need to do is to mix 50ml Jose Cuervo Especial, 20ml Orange Liqueur, 20ml fresh lime juice and add a pinch of salt around the rim of the glass for the perfect cocktail.
To enter the competition to win this fabulous Piñata Bar, you must be over 18 years old and live in the UK. Be sure to follow the Jose Cuervo UK Instagram page @josecuervouk and tag a friend who you would enjoy a festive cocktail with. The competition is now live, and the winner will be chosen at random and notified via social media. Please note that age verification will be required in order to redeem the prize. Good luck!
Simon Burrell is Editor of Our Man On The Ground, a member of The British Guild of Travel Writers and professional photographer.
Images courtesy of Jose Cuervo