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Revolution Cocktail Recipe

The year is 1810 and Spain holds a tight territorial leash on our dear country Mexico. It is an early September morning and an oppressed Mexican community awaits a priest named Hidalgo on their beloved church steps in the city of Dolores. They did not know that the words they would soon hear would catapult their lives into liberation. It is on September 16th  of the year 1810 that Catholic Priest , Hidalgo, ignited the fire in the indigenous people to retaliate against their oppressors. This revolutionary events is known as the “Cry of Dolores “ and celebrated today as the Mexican ‘Dia de Independencia’ .

Fast forward to the year 2011. Don Roger launches a world class product that starts a revolution of its own. It’s a spirit that preserves the flavor of the marvelous Agave Weber plant while celebrating the rich culture of Mexico. If you haven't had the pleasure of experiencing it for yourself, we can assure you – it’s the perfect combination for your Dia de Indepencia festivities. 

See how we tied that little history lesson together? 

So, maybe you find yourself hosting a Dia de independence party? We’ve taken the liberty of finding the ideal drink recipe for the occasion: the Mexico Revolution!

Remember to drink responsibly, enjoy and Viva Mexico !!!!

México Revolucion: A fresh drink full of life, just like our México, querido y lindo.

•      2 oz.  of Tequila REVOLUCION 100 PROOF

•      1 lime

•      1 lime supreme

•      Lime zest (1/2 lime)

•      Orange zest (1/4 orange)

•      1 dash of Natural Syrup

•      Grain salt

•      Worm salt

Stir the lime juice in a glass with a touch of natural syrup. Then, add crushed ice and the lime and orange zest. Last, add the grain salt. Serve it up with a shot of tequila. Stir the shot into the glass and observe how the elements merge while you pour it.

TIP: If you do not have worm salt, frost the glass with salt, mixed with ground-roasted peppers.