Renowned Mixologist Erick Castro Shares Margarita Mixology and Mexican Cooking Tips for
Your At-Home Party
If you’re planning to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, award-winning mixologist Erick Castro has got your back and can help you infuse authenticity into your celebration. He’s crafted new make-at-home margarita recipes, which are all inspired by authentic queso’s that add a special spark to any Cinco de Mayo spread. His “queso & cocktails” approach to the holiday is an easy foundation for any Mexico-inspired at-home Cinco de Mayo fiesta.
Lola Rizer had the opportunity to talk with Eric about his Fiesta in a Box and a takeaway for this year.. Cinnamon! Check out the story for more! https://www.cocktailcourier.com/
ABOUT ERICK CASTRO
Erick Castro initially built his cocktail empire at San Francisco’s Rickhouse and Bourbon & Branch by searching for obscure recipes, methods and ingredients that originated prior to Prohibition. The bartending behemoth has created unique beverage programs that have earned a place on some of the nation’s most coveted lists, including Esquire’s Best Bars in America, Food & Wine’s “World’s Top Bars” and countless nominations at the prestigious Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards in New Orleans. In 2013, Castro partnered up with Southern California’s hospitality collective, CH Projects, to launch Polite Provisions –which quickly received accolades such as Imbibe magazine’s Cocktail Bar of the Year 2014 and Food & Wine magazine’s Best New Bars. In 2014, he teamed up with the team behind Cocktail Kingdom to create Boilermaker in New York City, where it quickly earned a reputation as an East Village hangout with incredible cocktails. The bar has since been featured in periodicals such as the Wall Street Journal and Wine Enthusiast and was recently chosen by New York magazine as Best Serious Cocktails in New York City. View his projects, awards and accolades at PossessedBySpirits.com/about