‘Sex sells’ works both ways. Here, we have a simple, yet masterful, example of the genre. We have the rustic, well-groomed cowboy in his natural habitat—the great, expansive outdoors. He is an especially sympathetic hero, because he talks of lady problems. He understands these lady problems, ladies. And, while watering his horse, he’s taking a break and thinking of watering of a whole other sort.
He’s thinking about booze. He understands that to relax, you need quality, sweet-tasting booze. He (actually, a log drifting downstream at remarkable speed) delivers with a Sauza Sparkling Margarita, which is a terrific concoction. It’s like flavored sparkling water, except water is replaced with tequila, which is a colossal improvement.
Sauza has crafted a bubbly margarita in a bottle, an accomplishment we need to talk about a little more. This is a margarita, without the overpriced bars and restaurants. It actually removes virtually all effort involved in the creation, procurement, and consumption of a margarita. That means less hassle getting in the way of you and your booze, and isn’t that the way things should be?
You’ve also got lime, wild berry, and mango peach twists to enjoy. It’s almost enough to make up for the fact that the cowboy, ruefully, does not come with the purchase of a bottle of Sauza Sparkling Margarita. No worries, though! Buy enough of them, and every guy will probably start looking like our heroic cowboy before too long. That’s the kind of bottled magic we can all get behind, right?
This post has been sponsored by Sauza, but all opinions are 100% our own.