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Top 8 Cocktails to Make With LALO Tequila

LALO Tequila is a popular brand worth trying if you’re a fan of smooth, blanco tequila.

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A family project, LALO Tequila has become popular for its pure taste that can be sipped straight or mixed into a variety of delicious tequila cocktails.

Taste the pure essence of agave in this tequila made with only three ingredients and no additives. The natural agave flavor tastes great on its own, or you can try it in these cocktails!

LALO Espresso Martini

Mix up your usual espresso martini by substituting the standard vodka for LALO Blanco tequila.

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LALO’s smooth tequila with tasting notes of agave, cinnamon, and dulce de leche pair perfectly with espresso, coffee liqueur, and a touch of simple syrup for sweetness. 

You’ll never want to go back to a traditional espresso martini once you’ve tried this one!  Shake well for a head of foam on top and garnish with coffee beans for an Instagram-worthy cocktail.

Recipe

2 oz LALO Tequila
1 oz Espresso
.5 oz Coffee Liqueur
.5 oz Simple Syrup
Coffee Beans for Garnish

Add all ingredients to an ice-filled shaker tin. Shake vigorously, and strain into a cocktail coupe. Garnish with three espresso beans.

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Sparkling Bloody Maria

The Bloody Maria is a twist on the Bloody Mary, switching out vodka for tequila.

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The LALO Sparkling Bloody Maria has another twist, with the addition of sparkling water to lighten the cocktail and add some bubbles to the mix. 

Mix this cocktail up with tomato juice and your typical Bloody spices like celery salt, tabasco, soy, and Worcestershire sauce. LALO’s smooth tequila pairs well in this classic spicy cocktail. Garnish with celery, or add your own extra garnishes like bacon, lime, olives, and more.

This recipe serves 2, so it’s perfect for sharing!

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Recipe

4 oz LALO Tequila
5 oz tomato juice
1.5 oz lime juice
0.25 oz Worcestershire Sauce
0.25 oz Tabasco
0.25 oz Soy sauce
Celery salt to taste
Sparkling water to taste
Celery for garnish

Mix the tomato juice, lime juice, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco, soy sauce and celery salt. Add ice, LALO Tequila and Bloody Mary mix in a glass and top with sparkling water. Add celery as garnish. Salud!

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LALO Ranch Water

Ranch water has quickly become the cocktail of choice for those who want something light but boozy.

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LALO Ranch Water is a simple but delicious recipe that calls for LALO Blanco Tequila, freshly squeezed lime juice, and sparkling mineral water of choice.

Pick a quality sparkling mineral water like the classic Topo Chico to get the best flavor for this cocktail, and garnish with a lime wheel. This drink will leave you feeling refreshed on any hot summer day, but it’s versatile enough to be a year-round cocktail!

Recipe

2 oz LALO Tequila
0.25 oz Fresh Lime Juice
4-5 oz Sparkling Mineral Water
Lime Wheels for Garnish

Add LALO + lime juice to ice-filled collins/highball glass. Top with sparkling mineral water such as Topo Chico. Stir to combine. Garnish with lime wheel.

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LALO Spicy Cucumber Margarita

Mix up your typical margarita with the LALO Spicy Cucumber Margarita.

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Jalapeno brings in plenty of spice, while the cucumber cools the palate down. 

This drink is also made with pineapple juice, lime juice, and a sweetener like honey or agave, and of course, LALO tequila. The result is a well-balanced cocktail that will have you ditching your premade margarita mix – it’s worth the few extra steps. 

Recipe

2oz LALO Tequila
2 oz lime juice
1.5oz pineapple juice
½ of a small cucumber
2-4 slices of jalapeño
1-2 tbsps honey or agave syrup

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Rim edge of glass with lime wedge and dip in Tajín or salt. Add ingredients to blender and strain when smooth. In a cocktail shaker, muddle slices of jalapeño, ice, cocktail mix and shake until chilled. Strain into glass. Serve with extra lime wedges and garnish with jalapeño slices.

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LALO Spicy Pineapple Margarita

If you’re not a cucumber lover, try the spicy pineapple margarita from LALO!

lalo spicy pineapple marg
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This recipe is a bit sweeter, with jalapeno as a garnish that will add a touch of spice. If you like it spicier, add extra jalapeno, or tone it down if you prefer! It’s a great drink for a crowd since you can control the spice level easily. 

You can choose from the classic salt rim or a tajin rim for an extra kick, and you can sweeten it with grand marnier as well as agave. 

Recipe

2 -3 oz LALO Tequila
2oz lime juice
1.5oz pineapple juice
1 oz agave or simple syrup
Salt or tajin for rim
Jalapeno and pineapple slices to garnish

Frost an old fashioned glass with salt and tajin. Add ice, LALO, agave syrup, lime juice, pineapple juice, and grand manier. Stir with a bar spoon. Add some slices of jalapeno and pineapple to garnish.

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LALO La Mandarina

La Mandarina pairs LALO’s smooth blanco tequila with tangerine juice for a light but sweet cocktail that’s a sure crowd pleaser.

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You’ll also need honey syrup, which you can make at home or purchase pre-made.

Shake up your tequila with the tangerine juice, honey syrup, and plenty of ice to chill it and serve this orangey-gold cocktail in a chilled champagne flute with a lemon or tangerine twist. This cocktail could replace your mimosa at brunch, but it’s great at any hour.

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Recipe

1 oz LALO Tequila
.75 oz Honey Syrup
.75 oz Tangerine Juice
.25 oz Lemon Twist
Tangerine twist for Garnish

Add all ingredients to the shaker with ice and shake. Strain into a chilled flute. Garnish with a tangerine twist and serve.

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LALO Negroni

If you love the bittersweet taste of a classic Negroni, try it with tequila for a change!

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LALO tequila pairs beautifully in equal parts with sweet vermouth and Campari. Instead of using gin, try this tequila negroni for a different taste that’s still well balanced. 

Garnish with an orange twist and enjoy the complex flavors of LALO tequila in this classic cocktail.

Recipe

1 oz LALO Tequila
1 oz sweet vermouth
1 oz campari
Orange Twist for Garnish

Add LALO, sweet vermouth, and campari to an ice filled mixing glass. Stir to chill and dilute. Strain into ice filled rocks glass, or up in a cocktail coupe. Garnish with an orange twist.

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LALO Paloma

The Paloma is an unbeatable tequila cocktail, and LALO tequila is a great choice for this pink drink.

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This recipe calls for sparkling water and grapefruit juice, but you can also opt for a grapefruit soda! 

Add a pinch of salt to your cocktail to balance out the flavors and draw out the sweetness of the grapefruit juice. Garnish with lime and enjoy a refreshing grapefruit tequila cocktail!

Recipe

2 oz LALO Tequila
2 oz sparkling water
2 oz grapefruit juice
Pinch of salt
Lime wedge for garnish

Rim a highball glass with lime and salt. Fill the glass with ice. Add LALO, grapefruit juice, a pinch of salt, and top with sparkling water. Stir with a bar spoon. Garnish with a lime wedge.


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Paul Kushner

Written by Paul Kushner

Founder and CEO of MyBartender. Graduated from Penn State University. He always had a deep interest in the restaurant and bar industry. His restaurant experience began in 1997 at the age of 14 as a bus boy. By the time he turned 17 he was serving tables, and by 19 he was bartending/bar managing 6-7 nights a week.

In 2012, after a decade and a half of learning all facets of the industry, Paul opened his first restaurant/bar. In 2015, a second location followed, the latter being featured on The Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.

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