Product Spotlight: La Pinta Pomegranate Tequila Liqueur
La Pinta brings together the unparalleled smoothness of Clase Azul silver tequila with the crisp taste of pomegranate to produce a delicious blend and unique flavor.
The exotic tequila liqueur is bright red in color and balances a tart and sweet taste profile. Although La Pinta is perfect served on its own, chilled and straight, the one of a kind spirit can also provide the perfect base for a premium fresh cocktail.
La Pinta is a unique spirit inspired by tradition and produced with today’s modern cocktail culture in mind. We welcome you to experience this distinctive flavored tequila that will enhance the most cherished occasions in life.
La Pinta has a surprisingly fresh and complete taste profile and can quite literally be chilled and poured straight into the glass as a perfect cocktail. The ultimate smoothness of Clase Azul silver tequila blended with pure and rich pomegranate flavors combine into the most delicious spirit…
Appropriate for a sipping martini, rocks cocktail and even a chilled, neat shot.
The unique character of La Pinta becomes even more appealing when you realize its potential in fresh cocktails. Mixed with fine sparkling wine or all natural fruit juices, La Pinta takes a standard cocktail to an entirely new level. The taste of a mixed drink will quite literally be perfect, every time. So, don’t be shy…give La Pinta a try in a Cosmopolitan, Bellini or your best Sangria recipe.
Years ago, natives of this “Land of Colors” in Nahuatil created a drink made with pomegranate juice and a distilled spirit known as “Ponche de Granada”. The creators of La Pinta drew on their fondness for the traditional pomegranate punch and developed an ultra-premium liqueur which is truly authentic to Mexico. By using Mexico’s pride spirit, tequila, blended with rich and exotic pomegranate flavors, La Pinta is in a category of its own
The name “La Pinta” is rich in history and is most often associated with the fastest of the three ships used by Christopher Columbus in his first transatlantic voyage. Both the ship La Pinta and the first pomegranate fruits were brought to México from Spain hundreds of years ago. This lends even more depth to the heritage of this magnificent Mexican spirit.