CAZCABEL TEQUILA @ TACU TACU POP UP EVENT, BRICKFIELDS BAR
Tue 19 Mar 2019
Tacu Tacu, the legendary Latin American street food vendor, brought their treats to Brickfields Bar, Brockley in a one-off pop-up in March. When they asked to collaborate with Cazcabel on this, of course we said yes! The pop up consisted of a Latin themed food menu, accompanied by a range of exciting Latin inspired Cazcabel Cocktails.
These cocktails included a sweet and indulgent ‘Honey Margarita’, made with Cazcabel Honey, Cointreau and lime juice finished with an orange peel garnish. There was a twist on the traditional coffee tipple, a ‘Mexspresso Martini’ made with Cazcabel Coffee, Brickfields Caravan Coffee blend and sugar. Also on offer was the ‘Mexican Breakfast’ an intriguing mix of Cazcabel Reposado, apricot jam, Benedictine, lime juice, egg white and peach.
The food menu was just as delicious as the drinks. Each dish was bursting with flavour, designed to complement the Cazcabel cocktails perfectly. Think fresh Seafood and Watermelon Tostadas for starters, followed by a juicy Peruvian Octopus Burger complete with a Nikkei-inspired squid ink caramel and Lamb Bun Dip for mains.
On the pop up, Brickfields Bar said:
“The pop up went better than we could have hoped for. The combination of great food with great Cazcabel cocktails generated a lot of interested. Wednesday being the busiest we had ever seen at Brickfields and the combination of regulars bringing they’re own Viynl to spin on our decks made for a great atmosphere on Thursday to go with the food and drinks. All of our customer feedback was excellent and we’d definitely be up for doing it again.”
Tacutacufood also commented:
“Great to be bringing our Latin inspired cuisine and fun vibes to Brockley SE4. I really enjoy Cazcabel Tequila, it’s a young fabulous brand gaining many new fans. It tastes better than many more premium-priced tequilas, yet it doesn’t take itself as seriously.”
We can’t wait to see what they’re up to next!
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