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17.12 2021
Here at UJ, we’re always all about the margarita. Smokey margs, summer margs, breakfast margs, and now – move over mulled wine and eggnog – we’re getting into festive margaritas, too.

Created by our friends at Cointreau, how about indulging in the flavours of the season with its Winter Margarita, or try a holly new take with the Christmas Margarita? Or if you’re feeling fun, the Sparkling Margarita to brighten your day.

If this sounds good, get those shakers out and whichever margarita you choose – we hope you enjoy it.

Happy holidays all!


xx Team UJ and Cointreau xx
The Sparkling Margarita
What’s Christmas without a bit of fizz? Delight your guests with the Sparkling Margarita served in a champagne flute. Perfect for bringing in the New Year with a toast as well!

UJ loves: The ingredients include an edible pearlescent powder, which sounds amazing.
Seasonal Top Tips
“The Margarita is one of my favourite cocktails. It’s a very versatile drink, so at Christmas you can easily twist the cocktail by swapping the salt for some cinnamon sugar, or by introducing seasonal flavours like nutmeg. I prefer to serve mine on the rocks, with a dash of aromatic bitters to enhance the flavours in the drink.”

Kevin Sueiro, Cointreau International Brand Ambassador
The Winter Margarita
Born in 2015 at the elegant Victoria 1836 in Paris, a gastronomic institution tucked away behind the Arc de Triomphe, this margarita twist was originally created for a high-profile guest with a particular affinity for cinnamon. Fresh passionfruit brings a hint of acidity that balances the aromatic force of the cinnamon. And the delicacy of Guérande salt proves the ideal way to top off this heartwarming cocktail.

UJ loves: Passionfruit and cinnamon: we’re feeling warm already.
Margarita Trivia
Did you know that the Original Margarita was created when Dallas socialite Margaret Sames mixed her two favorite spirits, Cointreau and tequila, together with lime juice while on vacation in Acapulco back in 1948? This original recipe has stood the test of over 70 years’ time.
The Christmas Margarita
A close lookalike to the Original Margarita, this festive cocktail is garnished with a sprig of rosemary and a cinnamon sugar rim. Have a holly jolly Christmas with this tipple made for the party season.

UJ loves: Fresh rosemary sprigs make everything better! Ho, ho, ho.
Retro Christmas Card Co
Festive Fun Playlist
From classics to more contemporary cheese, we’re bringing the holidays in!

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