terraria cub Ryan Chetiyawardana

Cub's Terraria cocktail for World Earth Day

Patrón partners with top bars for World Earth Day

23 April, 2019

To celebrate World Earth Day, Patrón Tequila will join forces with The Conduitin London to host Cocktails with a Conscience on 24 April 2019.

A sustainable cocktail masterclass will be followed by a paired three-course menu with Patrón cocktails to demonstrate what can be made with Patrón using otherwise discarded ingredients. 

Patrón is committed to limiting the environmental impact of its tequila production from field to cocktail and, kicking off on World Earth Day, Patrón is highlighting its sustainability credentials to consumers to encourage them to think consciously about the cocktails they drink in bars and at home.

To do this the brand has also partnered with internationally recognised cocktail barsin London and across Europe such as Cub, Scout and Eve.

Speaking of the collaboration, Ryan Chetiyawardana of London’s Cub, said: “In a nod to World Earth Day, we’re uniting Patrón Añejo with some mad UK produce. 

“This drink (Terraria - pictured) highlights the diversity of the soil and how that can massively impact flavour. Cub and Patrón both recognise that the right choices can make a huge difference. 

“To put it simply, we can talk about recycling waste, but it's equally as important to be shoring up local businesses and providing all the love for the families around you.”

For home consumption, Patrón has also created ‘Down to Earth’, a cocktail designed to pair Patrón Tequila with ingredients from your kitchen that might otherwise go to waste.

Down to Earth

40ml Patrón Siler tequila

20ml citrus juice

15ml assorted berries

45ml responsibly sourced sparkling water

Two mint springs

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