How To Throw The Ultimate Race Day Party
May. 1, 2023
PATRÓN Tequila is calling all race fans, party-starters, and tequila enthusiasts to combine all their passions by throwing a party that's sure to be a hit among friends and family. With the high-speed action of racing season and the smooth and sophisticated flavours of Patrón, your guests are in for a treat!
Set the Scene
To start, set the atmosphere with some race-inspired decorations, such as checkered flags, posters of your favourite drivers, and maybe even some racing helmets. This will get everyone in the mood for some serious racing action. Tip: make sure you have a TV or projector set up so that everyone can watch the race. You don't want to miss a single moment of excitement.
Mix some thrilling cocktails
As for the tequila, it's important to have a good variety on hand—to please even the most discerning tequila connoisseurs. You can’t go wrong with Patrón Silver, its delicate aromas and perfect balance is great for mixing classic cocktails like the Patrón Perfect Margarita. For sipping on its own, or a true high-speed-inspired cocktail like the Pole Position, stock up on Patrón Reposado. You can also set up a tequila tasting station, complete with classics like lime and salt, so that everyone can try different types and find their new favourite.
Serve Track-Inspired Bites
To keep everyone fueled during the race, you can serve up some race day-themed snacks like race car-shaped cookies or pinwheel sandwiches. And of course, you can't forget the classic Mexican dishes that pair perfectly with tequila, such as tacos, nachos, and guacamole.
Fuel the Fun
Finally, don't forget to create some fun activities and games for your guests to enjoy during the race. You can set up a mini race track with toy cars and have your guests compete to see who can complete the track the fastest, or even create your own trivia game to test everyone's knowledge of the sport.
With these tips and ideas, you can throw a party that's both exciting and memorable. It’s sure to be a “ballast”!