Cinco de Mayo marks the Mexican army’s victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Join us in raising a cocktail to celebrate the nation’s inspiring history with these top 10 places you can enjoy a signature craft Casa Dragones Blanco cocktail to upgrade your Cinco de Mayo celebrations!
On the menu at Kappo Masa, find the eclectic Doves and Dragons Casa Dragones Blanco cocktail. Much like Japanese Chef Masa’s cuisine, the Doves and Dragones cocktail is anything but ordinary and makes for a great way to say “cheers” during Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
For Cinco de Mayo, Antanas Samkus of New York’s Beatrice Inn put a new twist on an old favorite, crafting a margarita with a splash of champagne to celebrate the day. The Champagne Margarita with Casa Dragones Blanco is featured on the Beatrice Inn’s menu today.
Inspired by the spicy notes of Tequila Casa Dragones Blanco, Aaron Blakey of Yves in SoHo, New York, crafted the Best Lei’d Plans cocktail. The Coco Cuya ingredient is a passion fruit puree, which adds a surprisingly zesty finish for a delicious Cinco de Mayo cocktail.
The Coctel de Lujo is a tribute to the best of Mexico, crafted by Bartender Kelly Lopez of Tacombi Flatiron, New York City. Lopez combines strawberry, fresh ginger and mint with Casa Dragones Blanco to create a spicy, sweet summer cocktail. The drink is topped with sparkling wine for a fresh, balanced taste.
From the mind of mixologist Andrew Kim of Wolfgang Puck’s iconic LA restaurant Spago, comes an original signature craft cocktail featuring Tequila Casa Dragones Blanco named Indecent Exposure, inspired by the semi-sweet, notes of agave.
Inspired by the bright citrus notes of Tequila Casa Dragones Blanco, bartenders at the traditional Mexican eatery Fonda in Chelsea, crafted the Pichón Dragon. A summer-style Paloma, the cocktail combines fresh lime, orange bitter and passion fruit puree for a subtly sweet, vibrant summer drink.
The Peninsula Hotel Beverly Hills
Inspired by the herbaceous notes of Tequila Casa Dragones Blanco, The Peninsula Hotel Beverly Hills crafted the Dos Dragones cocktail with yellow chartreuse, yuzu juice and diced dragon fruit.
The Roger Room
From the vintage, charming Roger Room in Los Angeles comes The Contortionist cocktail by bartender Bruce Hood. Fruity and refreshing, The Contortionist is a playful summer drink.
Ty Bar at the Four Seasons Hotel
Inspired by an exotic beach vacation, The Passionista is just as colorful as Cinco de Mayo. Crafted with passion fruit puree, mango and mint, the drink highlights the semi-sweet notes of agave found in Tequila Casa Dragones Blanco. Find The Passionista at the Ty Bar at the Four Season’s Hotel in New York this Cinco de Mayo.
Javier’s co-owner, Marcos, updated their signature “Original Margarita” cocktail with Casa Dragones Blanco, especially for Cinco de Mayo celebrations. Marco’s Mexican Margarita, available for a limited time only, is an upgraded version of the classic drink.
From the V Supper Club in Texas’ Vaudeville restaurant, comes the Toronja Tango cocktail. Despite the artistic presentation, the ingredients of this cocktail remain simple. On menu at the cosy Texas eatery, especially for Cinco de Mayo celebrations.