Toast Labor Day with Delicious Hornitos Tequila Cocktail Shots

Tuesday 28th, August 2018 / 13:41 Written by
Toast Labor Day with Delicious Hornitos Tequila Cocktail Shots
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Toast Labor Day with Delicious Shot-Cocktail Recipes

It’s time to get together with friends and family to toast Labor Day and celebrate the end of summer, the beginning of school and hopefully cooler weather & football ahead.

Every day, workers throughout the country are taking meaningful risks within job in order to make their voices heard and produce something truly great for their company. To celebrate these hard working individuals and all of their accomplishments, Hornitos Tequila is raising a glass to the working class with two shot-cocktails that are perfect for taking a break this Labor Day weekend.

Below are two recipes that are easy to make and ideal for batching for guests at your holiday parties.

Sangrita

Toast Labor Day

  • 1 part fresh orange juice
  • 2 parts tomato juice
  • 1 part fresh lime juice
  • Dash of Worcestershire sauce
  • Dash of tabasco sauce
  • Dash of salt
  • Dash of Maggi® sauce

Preparation: Combine all ingredients, except tequila, in a cocktail shaker with ice and shake vigorously. Pour shaken ingredients into a shot glass and sip alongside a shot glass filled with Hornitos Plata or Hornitos Reposado

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El Padre

Toast Labor Day

  • 1 part Hornitos Plata Tequila
  • 3 parts lemonade
  • 3-4 dashes green hot sauce
  • Salt/smoked paprika rim

Preparation: Rim shot glass with salt and smoked paprika. Mix lemonade, tequila and hot sauce in a mixing glass with ice. Shake vigorously and strain into a tall, rimmed shot glass.

About Labor Day

According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, “Always held on the first Monday in September, Labor Day was the idea of Peter J. Maguire (although recent research has shown that it might have been his brother Matthew’s idea), a labor union leader who in 1882 proposed a celebration honoring the American worker.

The date chosen was simply “convenient,” according to Maguire, because it was midway between the Fourth of July and Thanksgiving.

Although the day’s focus on organized labor has diminished over the years, the holiday has become a way to mark the end of the summer season—and the start of the school year.”

Labor Day marks the end of summer with families and friends coming together for picnics, barbecues and block parties before the start of Fall. Let’s celebrate with Hornitos Tequila!

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