New liqueur in town: Cabo Diablo, a not-so-devilish combination of coffee and tequila. Photo courtesy Campari America.
October 16th is National Liqueur Day. Don’t reach for what you already like; try something new.
If you like coffee and tequila, Cabo Diablo, which is just rolling out now, combines a coffee punch with a tequila kick. If you haven’t yet connected the dots, it’s from the folks who make Cabo Wabo tequila.
In addition to celebrating today, bring Cabo Diablo with you to a Halloween party—perhaps wearing devil horns and ears.
Enjoy it in chilled shots or in hot coffee—a devilish cup of Joe for All Hallow’s Eve.
We’ve also poured it over coffee and vanilla ice cream. Pretty nifty!
Smooth and silky, with notes of rich roasted coffee, vanilla and chocolate, it complements other desserts, and is dessert enough on its own. There are sweet notes of honey and blue agave, with some hints of spicy black pepper.
The coffee liqueur base is made with the highest quality Arabica beans, blended with Cabo Wabo Blanco Tequila (100% blue weber agave).
The bottle sports a unique, color-changing label. When you chill the bottle, a devilish surprise appears (no spoiler here!).
Cabo Wabo Tequila was founded by the devilish rebel rocker, Sammy Hagar (who replaced David Lee Roth as the lead singer of Van Halen in 1985). You can bet that the Red Rocker has downed at least a few.
The 35% ABV Cabo Diablo is currently available in limited release in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Wisconsin. A 750 ml bottle is $22.99.
Learn more at Facebook.com/cabodiablo or @cabodiablo.
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