Dia de los Muertos: Celebrate The Dead With This Special Blood Orange Margarita [RECIPE]

Tequila CAZADORES
The new and gorgeous Dia de los Muertos limited-edition bottle from Tequila CAZADORES. Learn how to make the perfect Blood Orange Margarita. Photo: Courtesy

In honor of Dia de los Muertos, Tequila Cazadores, a 100% blue agave premium tequila, debuted a new limited-edition blanco bottle, reimagined by legendary tattoo artist Mister Cartoon. The hand-rendered bottle design features Mister Cartoon's signature fine point style, nodding symbolically to the Day of the Dead traditions Mister Cartoon values most.

Available nationwide, besides the tequila bottle, Mister Cartoon has also created a set of skull bandanas – inspired by illustrations from the limited-edition bottle – that will be available through the online store, with 100% of proceeds from sales going towards disaster relief in Mexico.

The Mister Cartoon X Tequila Cazadores Dia de los Muertos bottle is adorned in symbolic black, white and gray artwork, with illustrations of a skull to honor the memories of lost loved ones, a rose to welcome new beginnings and a woman to represent love and the importance of celebrating the good times. The tequila iconic stag is part of the design as a reminder to be bold and fearless in the pursuit of dreams.

"It was an honor for me to create a design for Tequila Cazadores. a brand that shares my passion for preserving heritage and guiding the future from the past," said Mister Cartoon.

In the spirit of the holiday, Tequila Cazadores has crafted a signature Dia de los Muertos cocktail. Find below the recipe for the Blood Orange Margarita with Tequila Cazadores Special Edition, orange curaco, blood orange juice, fresh lime justice and agave nectar.

  • Blood Orange Margarita

INGREDIENTS

1 ½ oz. Cazadores Special Edition

½ oz. Orange curacao

2 oz. Blood Orange juice

3/4 oz. fresh lime juice

3/4 oz. Agave nectar

DIRECTIONS

Ice, shake. and serve over the rocks with Manny’s salt.

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