Patrón Tequila Presents Art of Patrón X Day of the Dead

To celebrate the traditional Mexican holiday Day of the Dead, Patrón Tequila presents Art of Patrón X Day of the Dead at the UNIT London in Mayfair tonight on 2nd November.

Day of the dead or Dia de Muertos as it’s known in Mexico, is a celebration of life. It is the time to remember the dead and honour ancesters with love and respect. So what better way to celebrate this colourful and authentic Mexican festival than with Patrón – the world’s finest, ultra premium tequila.

To help commemorate this joyful celebration of life, the evening will play host to Day of the Dead inspired Patrón Tequila cocktails and masterclasses, live art installations, and make-up stations, alongside a top DJ with Mexican heritage playing epic latin beats.

Guests will enjoy specially-created Patrón Tequila Day of the Dead cocktails including: El Diablo – Patrón Silver tequila, lime, ginger beer and Crème de Cassis; Panteon Margarita – Patrón Silver tequila, Patrón Citrónge, vanilla syrup and lemon; Boxcart – Patrón Reposado tequila, Patrón Citrónge Orange liqueur and lemon; Sweetcorn Old Fashioned – Patrón Añejo tequila, Caramel sweetcorn syrup, bitters and Zest Appeal – Patrón XO Cafe, lemon and ginger beer – all paired perfectly with Day of the Dead Mexican canapés.

Art of Patrón in London will certainly take you on this journey to help you celebrate Day of the Dead in true Mexican style. Tickets cost £15 and include entrance to the event, 3 cocktails and an experimenta masterclass.

3 Hanover Square, Mayfair, London W1S 1HD


For those that can’t make it we’ve included one of our favourite Tequila Art of Patrón x Day of the Dead cocktail recipes for you to enjoy at home!!

El Díablo
50 ml Patrón Silver tequila
25 ml Fresh lime juice
150 ml Ginger beer
10ml Crème de Cassis
Lime wedge for garnish
1. Combine all ingredients except ginger beer in a cocktail shaker and shake with ice to chill. 2. Strain onto fresh ice in a Collins glass.
3. Top with ginger beer and drizzle Cassis over the top.
4. Garnish with a lime wedge.


Tegan LeBon