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As we bid farewell to 2023 and welcome the much-anticipated 123-123 (12/31/23) New Year’s Eve, why not celebrate the occasion with a touch of sophistication and a splash of Tequila Avión? With a century marking this unique alignment of dates, make it a memorable transition into 2024 by elevating your festivities with three delightful Tequila Avión cocktails.
New Year, New Yuzu Margarita
Embark on your New Year’s resolution to try new things a little early with the refreshing New Yuzu Margarita. Tequila Avión’s Cristalino (SRP: $142.99), double-charcoal filtered for unparalleled smoothness, forms the perfect partnership with Yuzu—a unique blend of tangy lemon, bitter grapefruit, and sweet orange. This zesty twist on the classic margarita promises to awaken your taste buds and set the tone for a year of adventurous flavors.
New Year, New Yuzu
- 2 parts Avion Cristalino
- ¾ parts yuzu juice
- ½ parts ginger syrup
Fill your shaker with Avión Cristalino, Shake with ice and strain the cocktail over fresh ice in a salt-rimmed rocks glass. Add your grated Yuzu zest as a garnish and enjoy!
Blood Orange Paloma: A Seasonal Twist
The Blood Orange Paloma adds a seasonal twist to the traditional Paloma cocktail, featuring the vibrant flavors of blood oranges. Paired with Tequila Avión Silver (SRP: $59.99), crafted from 100% blue weber agave hand-selected and hand-harvested after maturing for at least 5 years, this silver tequila brings crisp hints of grapefruit, pineapple, and black pepper. Let this cocktail be a burst of sunshine in your glass, symbolizing the brightness that the new year brings.
Blood Orange Paloma
- 1 part Avión Silver
- ½ part Fresh Blood Orange Juice
- ¼ parts Lime Juice
- 1 part Grapefruit Juice
- Blood orange slices and sea salt for garnish
- Citrus wheel for garnish
- Sea salt for garnish
Fill your glass with ice and add Avión Silver tequila. Add fresh lime juice along with fresh blood orange juice and grapefruit juice. Stir everything together and then garnish, as desired. If you like it sweet, feel free to add agave nectar or simple syrup!
Classic Bloody Mary Board: Elevate Tradition
While the Classic Bloody Mary is a timeless favorite, why not infuse some excitement into this traditional drink? Enter the Bloody Mary Board—a creative upgrade that invites your guests to personalize their libations. Tequila Avión’s rich and robust flavors complement the classic Bloody Mary mix, and a garnish board adds a touch of flair. Elevate the experience by offering choices like Oysters or Stone Crab Claws as garnishes, letting your guests embark on a flavor adventure.
Bloody Mary Board
- 2 oz. Avión Silver Tequila
- 4 oz. Tomato juice
- ½ oz. Fresh lemon juice
- Dash each of Worcestershire sauce and Tabasco.
- 1 tsp Horseradish (optional)
- Lemon edge
- Celery stalk for garnish
- Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste
Rim your glass with salt or chili powder for added flavor. Add ice cubes to the glass as per preference. In a shaker, mix 2 oz. of silver tequila, 4 oz of tomato juice, ½ oz. of lemon juice, and Worcestershire sauce each. Add some hot sauce (Tabasco or Sriracha) according to taste. Shake well until everything is mixed properly and strain into your prepared glass filled with ice cubes. Garnish with a celery stick or lime wedge as per choice and enjoy!
Tequila Avión’s commitment to quality and craftsmanship ensures that each sip is an experience worth savoring. So, as the clock strikes midnight on 123-123, raise your glass filled with Tequila Avión, and let the festivities begin. Cheers to a flavorful and spirited entrance into 2024!
Tequila Avión is available for purchase through ReserveBar or same-day delivery via Drizly.
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