Earth Day Cocktails with Organic Tequila

Earth Day Cocktails with Organic Tequila

This post was supposed to have photos.

OK, so several weeks ago, Casa Noble tequila sent me some samples and a gift card to Whole Foods to help me come up with a great cocktail recipe for you guys for Earth Day, because Casa Noble tequila is all organic!

Cool, right?  I mean, you guys know I am all over that.  An organic, Margarita-esque experience?  Bring it on!

Check this out:

Casa Noble ultra premium tequila begins with carefully selected mature Blue Agave plants, which have met our strict requirements for water and sugar content.

We employ only traditional methods and slow cook our rich agave piñas for 38 hours in stove ovens. Then, using only the core and heart of the agaves, we extract our sweet nectar. Our fermentation process is 100% natural, followed by triple distillation. The result is a tequila so pure and full of Agave flavor that it has elevated the concept of tequila to new levels around the world.

And they’re absolutely right: This tequila is very fruity—almost sweet in and of itself.  It didn’t need anything too cloyingly sweet, so I decided to mix it up a bit with some exciting flavors.

And I did!  And it was REALLY pretty.  I mean, really pretty.  Pink fizz.  Green freckles.  Pretty!

I set up my photo shoot, and took pictures!  Because all blog posts (or at least the ones about food and PRETTY COCKTAILS) are better with pictures, right?

And they have disappeared.


So here is the tequila:


(Super cute tiny bottles, right?)

And here is the grapefruit juice, all ready to turn my cocktail a frothy, beautiful pink:


And here’s the finished cocktail!





Just make it and see for yourself.  It’s as tasty as it is pretty.

Ruby Fizz


  • 1 T tarragon leaves
  • 1 oz Casa Noble Reposado tequila
  • 2 oz fresh squeezed grapefruit juice (Ruby Red is best!)
  • 2–3 T simple syrup or agave nectar, to taste
  • 3–4 oz La Croix grapefruit-flavored soda water or club soda
  • salt and ice to serve


  1. Rim glass with salt if desired. In a glass, muddle the tarragon leaves. Add tequila, juice, and simple syrup and stir to combine. Add ice, then pour soda over the drink. Garnish with additional tarragon if desired.



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