Día de los Muertos Cazuela Spooky Cocktail by MixWithMarie

💀💐 Día de los Muertos Cazuela💐💀

How is the Day of the Dead compared to Halloween? While both holidays may be considered “spooky,” Halloween revolves around darkness, death, ghosts, witches, candy, and costumes. On the other hand, Day of the Dead is explicitly about the afterlife and remembrance.

I recently (4 months ago) have won #LunazulCantarito challenge and have won a trip to Mexico. I’m finally headed there soon.
Did you know Mexico’s national drink (cocktail) isn’t Margarita? It’s actually Paloma. Cantarito is basically a Paloma served in a traditional Mexican clay pot. Cazuela Voladora is also kind of like a Paloma or Cantarito but it is usually made in a large shallow clay bowl, and meant to be shared among friends.
Who are you sharing your Cazuela Voladora with?

(Serves 2)
4 oz Lunazul Tequila Blanco
1 ½ oz Mongibello Blood Orange Juice
2 oz Fresh grapefruit juice
1 oz Fresh lime juice
6 oz Blood orange soda
Pinch of salt
Garnish with slices of citrus fruits and edible flowers