September 25, 2020

Sangria = Mr. Lady Killer

This guy has good taste and is confident enough in his manhood to appreciate a nice glass of wine. He is mature and discerning. Or maybe what he’s really doing is showing off – proving how much classier he is but mostly he is looking for an easy in with the ladies. Sitting next to a pitcher of the delicious wine punch drink from Spain is just the ticket. Based off the red wine punch drank in Europe, Sangria became a popular drink throughout Spain in the 1700-1800’s. It was first introduced to the United States in 1964 at the World Fair and now can be found in many variations all over the world. Tip: Order the Sangria at Camaradas, it’s their signature drink.

Sangria

Patrón Tequila = Mr. Party Animal

This man is life of any fiesta he attends. These hard-core party types, ready to drink this concentrated happy juice, are not concerned about appearances and they are most likely looking to “hook up” for the evening sans commitment. He is a free spirit, generally outgoing, talkative and fun to be around. Patrón, is made from blue agave and grown in the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico. While he might seem like a seasoned drinker, steer clear of este tipo if he asks for a mixed drink like a Tequila Sunrise. That earns you a one-way ticket to amateur land (see above). Fun fact: Patrón is sold in hand-blown, individually numbered bottles. Fancy!

Patron tequila

No matter what category you may fall in, one thing rings true for all: the person that orders any of the above can also don the moniker “Mr. Orgullo.” You are proud to be Latino and it shows even when you are partying. And why not? When it comes to sabor we have that market cornered.

 

 

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About The Author

Navani Otero

Navani Otero is a New York City based multi-media journalist. Her work has been published in The New York Post, Latina, XXL Magazine, In Touch Weekly, msnNOW and MTV News. The self-professed music junkie splits her free time helping out on The Heavy Hitters Radio Show on SiriusXM and mentoring aspiring teen writers. You can read her observations on life at www.navaniknows.com.

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