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Cocktail Recipes with Mexican Fruit Liqueurs

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544px-Geographic_Map_of_MexicoFresh, wild fruit distinguishes handcrafted Los Lagos Liqueur.  This natural, macerated fruit liqueur has a sweet, mild flavor and captivating aromas that beautifully echo the fruit,  grown and harvested nearly 5,000 feet above sea level from Sierra Madre of Santiago in Nuevo León, Mexico.   The taste is sweet and mild with extraordinary authenticity of fruit.  (We admit we found that the liqueurs are also provide just the right speak over ice cream and sorbettos, too, and with an interesting cookie make a party dessert!)

 

Los Lagos Mojito

Los Lagos Mojito

  • 3-oz Los Lagos Liqueur
  • 2-oz Ron Caribe Silver Rum
  • 1 Tbsp Sugar
  • Lime Juice (to taste)
  • Fresh Mint Leaves
  • Club soda

Muddle mint sprigs with sugar and lime juice. Add Los Lagos and Rum. Pour over ice. Top with soda. Garnish with mint sprig.

Banana Kalani Daiquiri 2

Banana-Coconut Daiquiri

  • 1½ oz. Casa D’Aristi Kalani Coconut Liqueur
  • ½ oz. fresh lime juice
  • 1/3 chopped banana
  • Add to blender with ice. Delish!

 

Huana Punch

  • 1 oz. Casa D’Aristi Huana Liqueur
  • 1½ oz. Ron Caribe 5 year-old Rum
  • 3 oz. orange juice
  • Splash fresh lime juice
  • Splash grenadine
  • Ice

Casa D’Aristi produces the authentic, exotic and natural rum-based liqueurs at its home in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. The company was founded in 1935 by the Aristi family, with generations of dedicated family members and loyal employees devoting their lives to creating artisan spirits that uphold the traditions of the Mayan people.

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