Mixology is a combination of every other -ology known to man, making it the hardest art to master. Today's deal lets you reap the dizzying benefits of your friendly neighborhood mixologist while doing little to no work: for $20, you get a case of twenty-four 375 ml bottles of the pre-mixed cocktail of your choosing from Steve's Margarita, a $55 value. You can either pick up your order at Al-Rite or have it shipped anywhere in Florida, excluding the five dry counties (Lafayette, Liberty, Madison, Suwannee, and Washington). Shipping, delivery, and UPS age-verification fees are included with this Groupon.
Steve spent countless hours in his underground bunker concocting cocktails and manhandling firewater. When his particular palate was finally pleased, he emerged victoriously with four distinct recipes in his grasp and a heavy wobble in his step. The furiously fantastical lineup includes the classic margarita, the refreshing Long Island tea, the chic Cosmopolitan, and the morning-friendly Bloody Mary. Your Groupon is good for a case of one of the aforementioned varieties.
Serve the margarita on the rocks or frozen—no blender necessary. Putting the mix in the freezer gives it mysterious properties that are well documented in this video. It congeals but doesn't freeze, and emerges from its cryogenic state with a shake, pre-blended and prepped for consumption. The active ingredient in the margarita is blue agave wine, which is actually the precursor to tequila used by the original Agave wizards; flavor and subsequent effects are indiscernible between the two. Steve's Long Island is made with actual tea, giving it a refreshing taste perfect for a sunny sipping. Gain the fantasy envy of Carrie Bradshaw with a case of the tasty Cosmo drink. Pour a few before a ladies night out to start the evening on a delightfully uneven keel. Finish off a great night the next morning with Steve's Bloody Mary. Garnish with your favorite morning cocktail accoutrements for a speedy recovery. All the mixes are made with no artificial colors or sulfites, and have a one-year shelf life.
Must be 21 to order. Verification upon pickup or delivery required.
- The most notable margarita ingredient, tequila, has been replaced by a blue agave wine, a possible turn-off for margarita purists, but let Foodenator assure you, telling the difference is next to impossible. These margs tasted like the real thing, on the rocks and frozen. The taste of freshly squeezed lime and a perfect balance of sweetness/tartness really made the drink…Steve’s Margarita easily claims the #1 spot in the ready-to-drink Margarita market. – oneOh, Foodenator
- After college, my ability to drink cheap liquors (we’re talking the $10 a handle variety) was severely diminished so I was worried that more budget liquors were used [in Steve's Long Island Iced Tea]. If they were, I couldn’t taste it in the drink. In fact, the LI Iced Tea tasted like I ordered it from a bar. – gm, Grill Maestro