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The 1855:

Time: 10 Minutes | Yield: 1 Cocktail


1 ½ oz Celaya Blanco Tequila

3/4 oz Lime Juice

1/2 oz Ginger Syrup

Tools Needed:

Measuring Cup in Ounces

Cocktail Shaker / Strainer


Pour all the ingredients into a shaker with ice, and shake. Then, strain into a coup glass, or whichever type of glass you prefer. Garnish with a dehydrated dragon fruit, and enjoy.

The Three-ingredient Tequila Cocktail Every Enthusiast Should Know

You’ve perfected the margarita. You learned the paloma. Now, you’re looking to take your home bar skills to the next level. Not just for you, but also for the fellow tequila-lovers you host around your table. Before we get into what to make, let’s talk about the why.

A Case for Simple Tequila Cocktails

Sure, they’re quick. But simplicity is not always synonymous with convenience. When it comes to tequila cocktails, we often opt for a simple mix of high quality ingredients. That’s the “secret sauce” to three-ingredient tequila cocktails.
High quality ingredients.

Why Celaya Tequila is the Perfect Tequila for Three-ingredient Cocktails

All of the Celaya expressions can be enjoyed on ice or straight-up. They’re complex in flavor and fun to use in tastings or sipping occasions. However, we never turn our nose up to using them in a cocktail. It’s about what you’re in the mood for. When we’re in the cocktail mood, we don’t throw out our passion for quality. That’s a myth we’re happy to bust. Good cocktails require good tequila. So don’t fall for the trap that you should mix with lower quality ingredients.

Celaya elevates the cocktails you love and can help introduce you to new favorites. It’s un-fussy that way. And when you pull out a bottle at your next soiree, be prepared to answer our favorite question.


1855 is the year our family started producing our own tequila in Sonora, Mexico. Ryan and Matt’s abuela’s great grandfather was the first to sip in satisfaction after a long day’s work more than a century ago. Today, we honor this tradition with the 1855 cocktail recipe.

So when you make one of these, you’re raising a glass of family tradition. Welcome to the Celaya fam.