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What’s mutual in Mexico – Budapest – Barcelona?


Mexico, well-known of its number one, El Jimador tequila

Budapest,  Mr. Ferenc Keresztes well know bar-mixer and gourmand at the Symbol Restaurant 

Barcelona, well know Bartender Cup at the Great European Tequila Challenge


Another international cup goes out to Mr. Ferenc Keresztes, the bar mixer at the Symbol Restaurant, Budapest as the latest molecular dish and drink mixers in 2012.  Symbol’s bar-mixer  deals with making cocktail since 2002.  From the year 2003 he has also participated in the race ground of  making distinguished drinks and dishes, and  accumulates professional accolades.

Did you know,  Mexico’s most popular tequila, the El Jimador is also divine  on the plates? 

When it comes to the fusion of food with tequila the imagination of Mr. Ferenc Keresztes has no borders. Nothing is impossible in to-day’s world of special meals. Hungary’s World Champion mixer created a wonderful culinary specialty for the 2012 year.  Took off  the shelves a bottle of  El Jimador tequila, Mexico’s most like tequila to prepare his mouth-watering speciality.  With his creation he was able to prove, that El Jimador tequila,is  not only a booze for a perfect day, but is also perfect in food. Once again proved that creativity has no bounds.  His creativity has made the world more colorful in the streets of flavors.

Mr. Ference Jeresztes, the bartender won the  World Championship with his sparkling, long drink and  out-of-space formation of  crayfish tails adorned with cocktail shot,  hibiscus, lychee and the El Jimador tequila!

He once said: “I fell in love with the tequila staying in Mexico. The reposado satisfied me the most. It has a very distinctive and complex scent. Bringing the two flavors food and drink together was a great experience for me. Wished to bring the 2in1,  pleasure our scent and the taste at the same  time.”

In Hungary, the tequila is commonly consumed with salt, or lemon, or orange, occasional with cinnamon. But can’t recommend to do it with these ingredients when having snips of the El Jimador tequila. Why? Because these extras suppress the strong flavor that are not meant to take away the taste of  the  rich distilled spirit of the Mayahuel Goddness.

 We can top up our lives at important or less important events with sophisticated drinks and flavors as well.

News source and photos provided by: Ms. Regina Dancsók  – Red Lemon Media


Updated by Aggie Reiter


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