Celebrate National Margarita Day With Finest Call

Finest CallThe margarita cocktail is one of the most popular mixed drinks around, originating in the 1940s. Any bartender worth their salt has created their own unique spin of this classic drink, but no one knows who created the original, although it is widely believed it originated in Mexico.  22nd February gives cause to celebrate with National Margarita Day this year.

Every great cocktail bar needs a truly sensational margarita gracing its menu – according to the most recent CGA report (issued in 2014) it is one of the top 5 most popular cocktails in the UK. Finest Call has spent years developing their signature margarita mix, enhancing the taste and quality of the cocktail to ensure it leads the way for pre-mixed cocktails.

Created with the perfect blend of Mexican lime juice, a touch of natural lemon juice, aromatic orange essential oils and agave nectar for a flavour that’s balanced between tart and sweet, Finest Call Margarita mix offers a smooth and refreshing taste to be combined with a customers favourite tequila.

Try Finest Call’s Margarita mix yourself and discover how to make this delicious iconic cocktail consistenly and quickly to the delight of cocktail-lovers. Visit www.Finestcall.com  for product information and more serving suggstions.

Finest Call Margarita

Ingredients:

35ml Tequila
85ml Finest Call Margarita Mix

Instructions:

Strain over ice into salt-rimmed margarita glass
Garnish with a lime wedge and orange slice


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Ingredients:

25ml White Rum
25ml Archers
100ml Finest Call Margarita Mix
50ml Raspberry Puree

Instruction:

Take a tall glass and fill with ice. Shake and strain
Garnish with a lime wedge

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