If you’re a lover of margaritas and mojitos, you’re not going to want to miss out on this upcoming weekend.
WindsorEats is hosting Margaritas & Mojitos from August 12-14, 2022. Our cocktail menu will consist of at least 12 margaritas and 12 mojitos that are sure to make your taste buds dance. You can also bust out some dance moves yourself as we’ll have the Farms Band Association performing live latin music starting at 9:30pm on the Friday.
With all that being said, here are the drinks we’ll be serving. From classics to unexpectedly delicious, let’s dive into each margarita and mojito that we’ve made just for this weekend.
Our best seller by a huuuuuuuge margin on our regular menu. It’s good. Real good.
This margarita is jalapeno bizness! A slight heat that lingers the perfect length.
Some like it hot (jalapeno). Some like it sweet. This marg leans on the sweet side and comes with a sugar rim.
For those who say the Jalapeno marg isn’t hot enough, we created the Hot Honey.
This is Margarita’s Canadian cousin, made with Canadian whisky. Oddly delicious and refreshing. To paraphrase a great quote: “She is a loathsome, offensive brute. Yet I can’t look away.”
We use Chilean Pisco (don’t tell the Peruvians) for a light, some say more refreshing version of a Margarita.
Instead of the regular 1800 Reposado tequila that we use, we substituted it with the 1800 Coconut tequila.
A uniquely fresh, fruity, and slightly floral margarita made with St. Germain.
We went to the tart side with our cherry syrup.
We use our thick, housemade blueberry syrup to liven up this margarita.
The world said it couldn’t be done. Slurp it up, world!
If you weren’t sure whether you wanted spicy or sweet, we combined the two.
We aren’t the only ones who think we make a darn good mojito.
Our signature drink showcasing Windsor, Ontario, as the whisky capital of Canada. We substitute the rum with Windsor-made whisky and the agave (we use that instead of simple syrup) with a maple simple syrup.
Since our margaritas are insanely popular, this refreshing mojito uses tequila instead of rum.
Same as the Summertime mojito, but we use coconut tequila instead.
This mojito has a slight tweak using brown simple syrup for those that like theirs a wee bit sweeter.
We loved the Pisco margarita so much we figured we’d give a Pisco mojito a shot.
Who doesn’t love them some blueberries and mint?
We substitute the rum with St. Germain for a fresher, fruitier, floral mojito.
Strawberries and mint are always a good combination.
With people enjoying our Pimm’s cup, we decided to try our hand at making a margarita with this British liqueur.
Who knew that pineapple and mint would be so awesome together?
With all these spirit substitutes, we couldn’t possibly leave out gin, could we?