This amazing honey tequila will convert any non-spirit drinker

If you think tequila isn’t for you then you obviously haven’t tried Cazcabel’s new honey tequila.

As someone who struggles with that strong tequila aftertaste I was pleasantly surprised to find a tequila that I could not only stomach but actually enjoy.

The award-winning tequila is one of the first of its kind in the world. If you’re a not a tequila drinker this will definitely change things.

Cazcabel honey tequila

Expect rich, sweet, honey notes from the drop and a smokey caramel finish.

The sweetness of Cazcabel’s honey tequila softens the tequila taste but doesn’t totally mask it. So it’s perfect for easing yourself into other types of tequila.

Drink the tequila straight, over ice, over ice-cream (my new favourite kind of topping) or in a cocktail. To get started make your own Honey Pineapple Margarita.

You can buy Cazcabel’s 700mL Honey Tequila for $59.99 here or at any Dan Murphy’s.

Honey Pineapple Margarita recipe

You will need

  • 60 ml Cazcabel Honey tequila
  • 25ml Lime juice
  • 25ml Pineapple juice
  • 5ml Agave syrup
  • Pineapple leaf
  • Orange peel

Shake all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker with some ice and then strain into a rocks glass with ice and garnish with a pineapple leaf and an orange peel twist for the perfect refreshing cocktail.

The Cazcabel range

If you’re ready to play in the big leagues the rest of the Cazcabel tequila range is waiting for you.

The full Cazcabel Tequila range

The fresh and crisp Blanco tequila is at the heart of the Cazcabel range. It goes down smooth and has a refreshing citrus finish.

Cazcabel Reposado is aged in American Oak barrels for a minimum of nine months. The result is a clean earthy flavour with notes of vanilla and oak.

If you’re looking for another tequila with a twist look no further than Cazcabel Coffee. With a sweet hit of luxury arabica coffee this drop is perfect over ice or in an espresso martini.

Always drink responsibly.

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