Curatif canned cocktails bloody mary

Curatif releases canned Bloody Mary & Margarita

December 12, 2019
By Alana House

Curatif has released a new Escape Series, featuring Archie Rose Bloody Mary and a Tequila Tromba Tommy’s Margarita canned cocktails.

The Escape Series is first being rolled out to Jackalope Hotel on Mornington Peninsula, Pablo and Rusty’s in Sydney and Pink Hotel in Coolangatta, with plans to expand the range into select hotels and retailers nationally.

“Although we’re very serious about making great drinks, not all great drinks have to be so serious, which is why we created this range – to play and experiment with new styles and flavours” said Matt Sanger, Co-founder, Curatif Cocktails.

“The Escape Series will sit outside of the essential Curatif suite, and are designed to be consumed poolside. The idea is that these drinks are the ones that are a bit fun, they are an escape from the rat race, to be enjoyed as early in the day, and as often as possible (responsibly).

“Where the essential Curatif suite is elegant, premium, experiential moments in time heroing exceptional ingredients, sustainability, and integrity, the Escape series are celebrations of whimsy. It’s about stepping from the road to smell the roses, cavalier and indulgent.

“We’re greatly excited to continue to work with our amazing partners at Archie Rose for the production of our Bloody Mary, which is blended with the incredible Doom Brew Bloody Mary Mix from Melbourne producers Jarnsaxa. Jarnsaxa have created an amazing product with sustainability credentials that align perfectly with ours, and we couldn’t be prouder to hero another great local craft manufacturer. 

“Our thirst-quenching, party-starting, poolside Tommy’s Margarita heroes Tequila Tromba – a company started by a couple of great Australians (and mates of ours) who produce world class tequila out of Jalisco, Mexico. With lime juice squeezed from fruit from the Central Coast, this perfectly balanced cocktail is positioned to elevate your summer drinking.”

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