Much like our ever changing beer menu, we’ve been having fun with our cocktails and have introduced 5 new ones we think you’re going to love.
If you haven’t heard yet, WindsorEats has opened up our own space on the outskirts of Via Italia in Windsor, Ontario. With a large patio and great selection of eats from Rico Taco in addition to a rotating selection of popups from others chefs, restaurants and food trucks, people have been loving the vibe.
HOT HONEY MARGARITA
Some like it hot! Our margaritas are being talked about across Windsor-Essex. Guests are regularly telling us they came because their friends told them they need to try it. With that being said, we’re expanding our margarita offerings to give the people what they want. While people are loving our Jalapeno Margarita, they were also hoping for something with a bit more heat. Enter the Hot Honey Margarita. We use a base of reposado tequila, Cointreau, lime juice, honey simple syrup and Tabasco for the spice.
RUM PINEAPPLE LEMONADE
Ooooh ya! A perfectly sweet combination of rum, pineapple mint syrup, fresh squeezed lemon, lime juice and lemonade works as a complimentary offering to our Gin Lemonade. Extremely refreshing and drinkable that’s an amazing match for a warm day on a patio.
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As we mentioned above, we’re giving the people what they want and adding some new creations to our margarita menu. The Vanilla Margarita is made with reposado (barrel aged) tequila, Licor 43, lime juice, blue agave syrup, and a sugar rim. It’s a margarita for those who prefer the sweeter side of things.
Cheerio! We’re bringing in a British classic to our cocktail menu. We make ours with a teenie bit of a twist. Along with Pimm’s No. 1 and lemon juice, we use ginger beer instead of ginger ale or sparkling lemonade as we feel it provides a much more refreshing feel.
A classic tequila cocktail. The El Diablo is made with reposado tequila, creme de cassis, lime juice, ginger beer. It’s tart, sweet, and refreshing all in one. The fruitiness of the creme de cassis takes some of the bite out of the ginger beer.