Tequila Cocktails – Tequila Sunrise and Tequila Fizz Shots
3rd June 2022
Welcome to the World of Tequila Cocktails, we have two knockouts for you today, the Tequila Sunrise Cocktail with a fizzy addition and a round of Tequila Fizz Shots that will be sure to get you in the party mood.
We will be using ingredients from two different continents, South America and Europe. Also make sure you read when Tequila was first created and by who.
The Sparkling Wine
Codice Citra- Primae Lucis Brut Rosé – Tasting Notes
Aroma 👃 “Soft, crouched red berries, strawberries and raspberries with a touch of cream on the aroma.”
Flavour 👅 “Soft, touch dry, red berry flavours with a similar touch of creaminess on the palate. Simply but direct on the flavour.”
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Citra was founded in 1973 and has 6,000 hectares of vineyards, the name Citra comes from a Latin adverb, name of one of the two regions in which Abruzzo was divided on the maps, going back to the 18th century before the unification of Italy when the land was all part of different kingdoms, the name Citra, identifying the location in which the 9 associated cooperations are located is meaningful to them, it relays the message of the strong link terroir and the accent winemaking knowledge of the Chieti area.
We will be using this Italian Sparkling Wine for both of our Tequila Cocktails.
You may just think this is just another bottle of Tequila, but you’re looking at the first commercial producers of the drink.
The Commercially Creation of Tequila happened in 1795 when King Charles IV of Spain granted José Antonio de Cuervo the first concession ever to produce Tequila commercially, marking the birth of Tequila.
Aroma 👃 “Soft, rounded, near creamy, rye and barley aromas.”
Flavour 👅 “Soft and smooth, which quickly heats up with the classic tequila flavours and a hint of vanilla and fruits.”
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Cocktail #1 – Tequila Fizz Shots
Flavour 👅 “Mostly tequila, with a hint of dry red berries on the palate, designed to be drunk quickly, its an added benefit to put a mint leaf on top.”
- Sparkling Wine
- Mint Leaves
How To Make a Tequila Fizz Shot
- Pour in 10mls of Tequila
- 30mls of Sparkling Wines
- Place a Mint Leaf on top for Garnish.
Cocktail #2 – Tequila Sunrise
Aroma 👃 “Sweet red Berries and orange rock this aroma.”
Flavour 👅 “Sweet red berries and orange initially, a touch of herbal notes arise, then it touches on a chocolaty flavour at the close.”
- Sparkling Wine
- Orange Juice
How To Make a Tequila Sunrise
- Pour in 15mls of Tequila
- 10mls of Grenadine
- 25mls of Orange Juice
- Then top up with your Sparkling Wines
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