Revel Spirits: T.G.I.F. Cocktail Recipes for August 14

All of the Revel Avila products (as listed below) are triple distilled, extra smooth and comprised of 100% puro de agave (Weber Blue Agave).  Revel Spirits has 500 years of tradition, history and family behind the brand.  It is crafted  in the Morelos region of Mexico. 

  • (1) Revel Avila Anejo (96 Proof) MSRP $109.99
  • (1) Revel Avila Blanco (80 Proof) MSRP $49.99
  • (1) Revel Avila Reposado (80 Proof) MSRP $69.99

Revel Avila Anejo is aged for 2 years in French oak barrels.  It has a caramel nose and a sweet vanilla finish.

Revel Avila Blanco is an award-winning spirit, which is never rested and has a faintly sweet/citric aroma, reminiscent of Jose Cuevo.  It's sneaky smooth and has a tidy agave finish.

Revel Avila Reposado is aged for a year and has a citrus/smokey Oak nose.  It is lighter in hue than the Anejo. 


Revel "Mexican Bonfire" Margarita
1 ½ Oz Revel Blanco
1 Oz Fresh Lime Juice
¾ Oz Smoked Organic Agave Nectar
Spicy Salt Rim: Sea Salt and a dash of Cayenne

Add all ingredients into shaker, add ice and shake for 10 seconds. Add ice to a rocks glass pour mixture into glass.

Cocktail created by Andrew Parish from Beveredge.

Revel Revel
Revel Spirits: T.G.I.F. Cocktauk recipes: Auguest 14th1 ½ Oz Revel Blanco
½ Oz Revel Anejo
¾ Oz Cocchi Americano
¼ Oz Maraschino
1 Dropper Bittercube Orange Bitters
1 Dropper Bittercube Jamaican #1 Bitters
Glass: Nick & Nora or Coupe
Garnish: Orange Peel Expressed and laid at the bottom of the glass.

Build Cocktail in pint glass and stir until softened and amalgamated.

Cocktail created by Nicholas Kosevich from Bittercube.

Revel "Sunshine"
2 Oz Revel Blanco
½ Oz Green Chartreuse
¾ Oz Fresh Lime Juice
½ Oz Organic Agave Nectar
Served over rocks with a mint garnish

Add all ingredients except mint into shaker, add ice and shake for 10 seconds.  Add ice to a rocks glass pour mixture into glass and garnish with sprig of mint.

Cocktail created by Andrew Parish from Beveredge.

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