Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with an exclusive Casamigos Cocktail Kit

Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican holiday that commemorates the Mexican army’s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. The holiday is celebrated mainly in Mexico, but has also been gaining in popularity in the United States over the past few years. In the United States, Cinco de Mayo is celebrated with parties, parades, festivals, and of course, plenty of food and drink.

One of the main reasons Cinco de Mayo has been gaining in popularity in the United States is because it is seen as a celebration of Mexican culture. Cinco de Mayo is a time when people can come together to celebrate all things Mexican, from food and music to art and dance.

No Cinco de Mayo celebration would be complete without a margarita. Margaritas are a classic Mexican cocktail, and there are endless ways to make them. You can keep it simple with just tequila, lime juice, and Triple Sec, or get creative and add in some fruit juices or other liqueurs. If you’re feeling really adventurous, you can even rim your margarita glass with chili powder or salt! Celebrate Cinco de Mayo this year with Casamigos Tequila!

Casamigos has once again partnered with Williams Sonoma to launch small batch, premium cocktail mixes in the flavor of summer — Guava Ginger. The new mix, now available in-store and online at Williams Sonoma, combine the bright tropical sweetness of pink guava with tangy ginger and a splash of tart lemon. Pure agave syrup rounds out the blend with a delicate sweetness.

Guava Ginger is the latest flavor to be added to the popular cocktail mix assortment. The new mixes are designed to be enjoyed simply by adding Casamigos Reposado or Blanco Tequila and ice. You’ll be enjoying the perfect, easy cocktail with a quick shake or stir.

All of the Casamigos Cocktail Mixes can be found exclusively at Williams Sonoma and are handcrafted in small batches and retail for $18.95. Get yours online now!

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