The summer classic is receiving an adult twist! Cutwater’s frozen margarita pops come in a variety of yummy flavors, from mango, strawberry, pineapple, and lime – all for 80 calories per pop.
Now that the sun and fun are right around the corner, we need to make sure that we have the perfect drink for the occasion. Who doesn’t love the taste of a refreshing and fruity margarita during the summertime? Of course, these drinks do come with some downsides. After all, no one wants to spend the day lugging around all of the ingredients, that is for sure.
Fortunately, there is a better way. Cutwater Spirits is here to offer you an easier way to enjoy your summer. Those who know this company well are already aware of their amazing canned cocktails, but they have recently launched two new products that are going to change the way that you enjoy a margarita for good. Both products are made with real spirits and are ready-to-drink.
The company announced the launch of the products on their Instagram.
Canned mango margaritas and frozen margarita pops are going to be available this summer and not a moment too soon. They are already on hand at stores now and the brand’s 100 percent blue agave tequila blanco is well represented.
The summer classic is receiving an adult twist! Cutwater’s frozen margarita pops come in a variety 12 pack that lets everyone choose the flavors that they like best from mango, strawberry, pineapple, and lime. And we are more than happy to let you know that each Popsicle only comes with 80 calories, so you don’t need to worry about your waistline too much.
The canned mango margaritas are also going to get a lot of love from us this summer. The combo of real tequila and natural mango flavors makes for a tasty beverage that we can’t wait to get into during our backyard lounging nights.
If you would like to order some of these for yourself, you can do so at Drizly. The prices are going to vary depending on your specific location.
When you are ready to usher in the summer fun, these beverages are the perfect way to go.SKM: below-content placeholder