Patrón Spirits Introduces Patrón Citrónge Lime Liqueur

Patron Spirits' Patron Citrónge Lime

Patron Spirits’ Patron Citrónge Lime

Patrón Spirits has launched the first brand extension in the highly successful Patrón Citrónge liqueur line. New Patrón Citrónge Lime is an ultra-premium liqueur crafted from the highest-quality Persian limes cultivated from the Mexican states of Veracruz, Michoacán and Colima. For decades, Mexico has reigned as the premier growing region for lime, and the world’s largest producer and exporter of this savory citrus fruit. The cork-finished Patrón Citrónge Lime bottle was designed to align with the Patrón Citrónge Orange liqueur bottle. The package communicates the brand’s upscale, ultra-premium positioning, and the extended neck on the bottle also makes it easy to pour.

As they say ” You can’t buy happiness.” But you can make bliss with Patron Citronge Lime‬.

Strawberry Bliss Recipe:
1 oz Patrón Silver Tequila
1 oz Patrón Citrónge Lime
2 oz fresh lemon sour
3 chopped strawberries
2 basil leaves
Garnish: strawberry

Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a rocks glass with ice.


This shake is defiantly for adults to beat the Summer heat.

How about Raspberry Cocoa Shake with  Patron XO Café Dark Cocoa

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1/3 cup Patrón XO Cafe Dark Cocoa
1-1/2 cups frozen raspberries
1 cup vanilla ice cream
1 cup chocolate ice cream
1/4 cup milk

Combine Patrón XO Cafe Dark Cocoa, ice cream, raspberries and milk in a blender. Pulse on low until mixture is smooth. Pour into chilled glasses and garnish with shaved chocolate, whipped cream and raspberries.



Bubbly pomegranate & clementine cocktail



While champagne is never boring, an alternative to the classically served mimosa is a welcome treat. Whip up a sassy new cocktail and salute the winter season with our sparkling pomegranate and clementine cocktail recipe.

This cocktail is all about fresh clementines and pomegranate juice. It’s super easy to make, and the beautiful color gradient of this cocktail will generate ooohs and ahhhhs from its lucky recipients.

This sparkling cocktail is stunning to serve and they’re outrageously delicious! Enjoy!


pomegranate and clementine cocktail
recipe type: cocktails
makes: 2 drinks
what you’ll need
  • 1 ½ cup clementine juice, divided (about 18 small clementines)
  • ½ cup Pom juice
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • ¼ cup pomegranate seeds
  • 1 Tbsp sugar
  • 1 Tbsp lemon juice
  • ice
  • champagne
How to mix it:
  1. Pour ½ cup of the clementine juice, the Pom juice and ¼ cup of the sugar into a saucepan and place over medium heat. Bring just to a boil, then turn down heat and simmer for about 10 minutes, or until mixture is reduced by almost half. Remove the pomegranate sauce from the heat and set aside to cool.
  2. Place pomegranate seeds and 1 Tbsp of the sugar into a cocktail shaker and muddle until the seeds are mashed and mixed with the sugar. Then stir in 1 cup of the clementine juice and lemon juice, and set aside.
  3. Grab your cocktail glasses and pour the cooled pomegranate syrup into the bottom of the glasses. Add ice to each glass, about ¼ of the way full, then pour in clementine mixture and top with champagne. Cheers!




Our friends at Malibu Kitchen has whipped up this amazing 2-in-1 dessert cocktail for the perfect summer cool down moment! Let us know what you think of this  Malibu Pineapple Float! ‬


3 parts Malibu Rum
4 cups Frozen Pineapple
1 scoop Coconut Ice Cream


Blend the Malibu Rum and frozen pineapple in a blender until a slushy consistency is achieved. (Do not add water as you will lose the fun frozen feel of the drink!)
Pour into a frosted mug, and top with a scoop of coconut ice cream.
Easy and delicious. Enjoy!

Cuban’s favorite drink ” CUBA LIBRE”


Cuba Libre with Bacardi Rum


Even if you are not an expert in making drinks, it doesn’t get any simpler than rum and coke.

Here are the ingredients in this amazing cocktail.

1 oz  Bacardi Gold Rum

3 oz Coca-Cola

Garnish: Lime wedge

Glass: Tall

All you need to do is add all of the ingredients to a tall glass filled with ice. Garnish with a lime wedge and say Cheers!

AMERICANO – A Classic Campari Cocktails for a nice hot day.



Trust me – This is not a espresso made with hot water for the coffee lover.

This is the story of the  cocktail Americano. A creation of Americans abroad and the bartenders who served them in Italy.  An Americano was first served in Gaspare Campari’s bar, Cafe Campari in The Campari region of Italy. It was the 1860s and there were plenty of American expatriates around. The drink was originally known as the “Milano-Torino” because Campari is from Milan, where Cafe Campari is located.

Campari creator Gaspare Campari was from Torino and he settled in Milan, where he created the startling orange Campari – the world’s top-selling bitters. He brought sweet vermouth with him from Torino and combined the two signature liquors into this drink, stirring them with soda water – hence the original name. The Italians soon noticed that many Americans enjoyed the cocktail. Eventually the cocktail became known as the “Americano”. The Americano is also a classic aperitif, often served before dinner to cleanse the palate and awaken the appetite.

We love the Americano too. It has a  low alcohol content, and we can easily adjust the bitterness. The bitter citrus flavor of the Campari is incredibly refreshing – a palate cleanser on a hot day. The sweet vermouth balances it out just enough with a sweet muskiness, and the soda water makes what could be a very strong and overwhelming drink into a tingling refresher for a hot evening. Serve with citrus slices.

The Americano

makes 1 cocktail

1 1/2 ounces Campari
1 1/2 ounces sweet vermouth
Club soda or seltzer
Orange slice for garnish


Fill up an old-fashioned tumbler with ice. You can also water this down a bit more and use a highball; we often do this when we want a long cool drink but not a lot of alcohol.

Pour the Campari and vermouth over the ice and top up with seltzer.



How sinful is our old habit- famous cocktails?

We all have our favorite Cocktails and prefered Drinks. How many Calories are within our usual Order? Compare with other popular Cocktails, maybe it’s time for a change on that old Habit.


Caipirinha  or Cachaca – 152 Calories

Brazil’s national drink beguiles American palates with its base of cachaca, a sugarcane spirit that can give off a whiff of petroleum. Add a couple of muddled limes and a splash of simple syrup and you have a complex, worthy competitor to the daiquiri. No wonder Brazilians look so good!


Mojito – 161 Calories

There’s a reason the Cuban import remains so popular. Muddled mint leaves add a cool, menthol hint to a stimulating combo of white rum, lime and sugar. The lesson here: Mint is a great low cal favor booster.



White Russian – 195 Calories

Theres a reason Jeff Bridges isn’t exactly in Ironman shape in The Big Lebowski, his characters favorite cocktail is basically coffee ice cream plus booze. And the recipe we re using here is fairly modest only oz of both Kahlua and cream adding more of either will jack the calories even higher!!



Bloody Mary – 168 Calories

The stalwart brunch cocktail is perhaps still the best savory, vegy one out there. Vodka stays out of the way, simply bringing proof to the party of succulent tomato juice, malty Worcestershire sauce, a dash of bright lime juice and the heat of a little Tabasco and pepper. The problem with this one thought, is that you rarely drink just one.


Gin and Tonic – 190 Calories

Created by British officers abroad as a vehicle for the malaria fighting effects of quinine, the classic gin and tonic remains one of the most refreshing drinks every. For more variations on the classic theme consider the summer spins on gin and tonics.


Margarita – 192 Calories

A dash of freshly squeezed lime juice highlights the agave fruit flavor of the tequila, while Cointreau supplies a nuanced, orange tinged sweetener for a juicy, addictive libation. Bonus Add all the salt you want to the rim, since there’s no calorie hit.

Now who is counting calories?