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February 28, 2021

My summer cocktail

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Smokin’ Piña Margarita

Nothing says summer quite like a margarita, especially whilst overlooking the ocean with those warm summer breezes flowing. That’s the inspiration behind Loft’s new Smokin’ Piña Margarita, which features on their new summer cocktail menu, alongside some other exciting additions and old favourites.

This cocktail does pack a punch, but with the traditional smoky flavours of Mezcal, spicy notes of chilli and the freshness of lime, the Smokin’ Piña Margarita could become your drink of the season. It’s made with 100% certified organic Mezcal (traditionally wood-fired for smokey undertones), tequila, fresh lime juice and homemade pineapple syrup, and finished with a spicy, smoky salt rim.

Available at Loft Byron Bay, 4 Jonson St  |

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