simple cocktail recipes, free virtual Zoom backgrounds, tips for drinking the spirit, and more to help those at home enjoy Mexico’s beloved drink this year
PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico (PRWEB) July 15, 2020
One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor. Celebrate National Tequila Day on Friday, July 24th with at-home suggestions from Mexico’s Velas Resorts. The resort collection with properties in Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Maya, Riviera Nayarit, and Los Cabos shares simple cocktail recipes, free virtual Zoom backgrounds, tips for drinking the spirit, and more to help those at home enjoy Mexico’s beloved drink this year. An exclusive experience to Tequila is also offered.
For beverage aficionados, Velas Resorts expert mixologists share recipes for a classic margarita, Horchata version, and even Hibiscus flavor here. For health-conscious tequila drinkers, Grand Velas Los Cabos offers up the recipe for its Wheatgrass Margarita. Add a twist to your morning coffee with Grand Velas Los Cabos’ recipe for a new Tequila Sunrise. Native to Guanajuato, Mexico, the tequila cream used is made with Blanco Tequila, coffee, milk, cinnamon, and anise offering a unique Mexican flavor.
For those planning a virtual fiesta or just want to jazz up a work call, the resort’s Zoom backgrounds feature various photos of the spirit in its original form.
Tequila enthusiasts can learn new tricks and tips for enjoying their favorite spirit from spirit expert Vicente Díaz, star mixologist at Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit. Highlighted below are just a few recommendations from Díaz for drinking the spirit:
- Use a medium to large glass, such as a champagne flute, instead of a shot glass. The extra space encourages the oxygenation process and helps release the tequila’s natural flavors and aroma.
- When going to take the first sip of tequila, first swirl the tequila around in the glass to help the oxygenation process. After the second sip, inhale through the nose, swallow the spirit over your tongue, and exhale. This process softens the tequila’s flavor.
- If you are drinking tequila while eating, research what kind of tequila pairs best with certain dishes. Silver tequila pairs well with seafood, salads, or pasta. Reposado tequila, featuring a caramelized flavor, goes well with enchiladas, tacos, and a hot soup or creamy vegetable soup. In the mood for spicy food? Pair your dish with anejo tequila that stands up to the flavor. Ultra-aged tequila is best paired with bitter or bittersweet foods, or milk chocolate. Gold tequila pairs best with sweet flavors or with high-fat cuts.
Travelers with a serious case of wanderlust can plan a tequila-filled trip with Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit’s exclusive Private Tequila Journey. Along with a private plane or luxury car to Tequila, located in the northern portion of the state of Jalisco, the experience includes a tasting at Mexico’s oldest tequila house; a class to learn traditional and modern tequila making processes, including cutting agave leaves, learning how to cook the plant, and the grinding, processing and distilling methods; lunch among the agave fields; and much more.
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About Velas Resorts
Velas Resorts in Riviera Maya, Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit, and Los Cabos have earned 56 AAA Diamonds, including the prestigious Five Diamond Award. Other esteemed international awards for services and facilities include Virtuoso’s Best Family Program, Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Award for spa, and TripAdvisor’s Hall of Fame, among others. Offering unparalleled all-inclusive experiences, properties include Grand Velas in Los Cabos, with dramatic ocean views and unique spaces infusing every area of the resort; Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit, which enjoys a long stretch of pristine beach and a dramatic backdrop of the Sierra Madre mountains; and Grand Velas Riviera Maya, offering a sophisticated resort experience in the Caribbean with jungle and beach settings. In Puerto Vallarta, Casa Velas is a boutique adults-only hotel and beach club located on the Marina Vallarta Golf Course, and Velas Vallarta, a family-friendly all suites resort and spa located on Banderas Bay. Mar del Cabo, a boutique hotel on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, opened in December 2018 as its only European Plan offering. Eduardo Vela Ruiz, founder and president of Velas Resorts, operates Velas Resorts with brother Juan Vela, vice president of Velas Resorts, by his side. Explore tips, recipes, lifestyle and travel trends, and the latest news about Velas Resorts on the digital mag: http://www.velasmagazine.com.