Real People Tell Us What They Think About REAL Cocktails ®
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If I had something that I knew was a high-quality bar cocktail that I could just pour out, put a lime wedge into and serve it in elegant glass wear, it would be great. It’s like a real cocktail from a bar, but yet you can buy it in a retail liquor store.
For outdoor occasions, BBQ’s, and big parties where you need the convenience and don’t want to sit there mixing margaritas with lime juice and cointreau; you want to make it easier for people.
Knowing that they’re using the best ingredients, you trust exactly what’s in there. You’ve tried it, you don’t think it’s weak, you don’t feel like you have to add to it, so you can just pour it and be satisfied. It’s exactly the way a bartender would make it and that’s exciting to me.
For me, it’s more about the consistency that you know you’re getting. Sometimes people can make a drink too strong and then you just don’t drink it. You always take that risk, which is why I would lean toward a good premixed drink when I go out.
I take it as a good quality product, a higher quality product because it says ‘never settle for anything less.’ It’s a higher scale or more premium alcohol in a ready to pour format.
If you’re home, it’s late and you’re in the mood for a drink, you’re not going to sit there and start pulling all the different ingredients out. If you could just pour it out, that would be ideal. This is a good drink for a mom after a long day. Pour a little cup of the mom juice.
Restaurateur and husband to Lisa Vanderpump, Ken Todd
Former Real Housewife of New York City, Jill Zarin
Real Housewife of Beverly Hills, Kyle Richards
Real Housewife of Beverly Hills, Lisa Vanderpump
Designer/model Nicky Hilton and former American Idol judge/producer Randy Jackson
International celebrity and entrepeneur, Maria Valentino.