Now that Halloween is over, it’s time to raise a glass to the dead and celebrate Dia De Los Muertos, or ‘Day Of The Dead’ if you don’t speak Spanish.
To celebrate el Jimador are bringing back their limited-edition Day of the Dead bottles, to help people around the world toast to the future and celebrate life with family and friends.
I love anything with a skull and so hearing about these bottles have got me excited.
Transporting you to the heart of Mexico, these 100% agave tequilas are, for a short time only, presented in limited-edition Day of the Dead bottles, featuring illustrations from American artist David Lozeau. Known for his vibrant imagery, these designs embody the Mexican spirit of Day of the Dead and epitomise el Jimador’s philosophy of encouraging consumers to live life in its most vibrant form.
Available in both the Blanco and Reposado expressions, shake up your traditional tequila experience, and serve el Jimador as part of a classic, refreshing Paloma cocktail.
How do I make one of those I hear you scream? Well all you need to do is Top up your el Jimador with grapefruit soda, squeeze of fresh lime juice and garnish with a wedge of fresh grapefruit and you are ready to celebrate the Day Of The Dead.
Made in the last true tequila producing hacienda in the world, by generations of Jimadores, every drop of tequila begins its life in Amatitán, Jalisco. No additional ingredients, no added colours, just 100% blue Weber agave tequila, crafted with 100% pure determination, honour and know how. The result, for the Blanco, is a crystal-clear liquid, buzzing with citrus notes, while the award- winning Reposado offers a warmer, more seasoned flavour.
Get your bottle in selected Waitrose Asda stores while stocks last, priced at around £20.