Pure Aviation: The Ultimate Drink with Avin Reserva Cristalino

Pure Aviation Tequila Avión Reserva Cristalino

Are you a fan of the classic Aviation cocktail? If so, get ready for a delightful twist that will take you to new heights. Introducing the Pure Aviation Tequila Cocktail made with none other than Avión Reserva Cristalino. This smooth and refined spirit is perfect for elevating any cocktail experience, especially when combined with the traditional flavors of an Aviation cocktail. Get ready to learn why this variation is worth trying and how to make it yourself in just a few simple steps.

How is the Aviation Cocktail traditionally made?

The Aviation cocktail is a classic drink that dates back to the early 1900s. Traditionally, it’s made with gin, maraschino liqueur, crème de violette, and lemon juice. The result is a refreshing and floral cocktail that has become a staple in many bars across the world.

The gin used in an Aviation cocktail is typically London Dry Gin or Plymouth Gin. Maraschino liqueur adds sweetness while also providing a subtle nutty flavor. Crème de violette contributes to the light blue hue of the drink while also adding hints of floral notes.

To make this iconic cocktail, you’ll need to shake all ingredients together with ice and strain into a chilled glass. The traditional garnish for an Aviation Cocktail is a cherry or lemon twist.

Over time, variations of this classic recipe have emerged – some using different types of spirits like tequila instead of gin. But no matter how you choose to make your Aviation Cocktail, its timeless flavors will always leave you wanting more!

Aviation Cocktail made with Tequila

Tequila is an excellent substitution for gin in a traditional Aviation Cocktail as it still provides that floral note without being overpowering. Additionally, the agave flavor pairs perfectly with the other ingredients.

To create this unique twist on the classic cocktail, simply replace the gin with your favorite tequila. We recommend using a high-quality Tequila Cristalino for its smoothness and versatility in cocktails.

When using Tequila Avión Reserva Cristalino in your Aviation Cocktail recipe, you’ll notice how well it blends with the other ingredients while still maintaining its distinct flavor profile. You can expect notes of vanilla and caramel along with hints of oak from aging.

Switching out gin for tequila allows for greater experimentation within cocktail-making while still keeping that beloved floral taste of an Aviation Cocktail intact. Give it a try at home!

Why is Tequila Avión Reserva Cristalino the best for a Pure Aviation Cocktail?

Tequila is a versatile spirit that has been used in making cocktails for decades. However, not all tequilas are created equal when it comes to mixing them in cocktails. This is where Tequila Reserva Cristalino comes into play, especially when it comes to the Pure Aviation cocktail.

Tequila Avión Reserva Cristalino is a type of tequila that undergoes an additional filtration process after aging to remove its color and impurities while still maintaining its smoothness and complexity. This makes it perfect for creating clear cocktails like the Pure Aviation.

The natural sweetness and vanilla notes complement the other ingredients in the cocktail, such as Maraschino Liqueur and Crème de Violette. It also adds depth to the drink without overpowering other flavors.

If you want to elevate your Pure Aviation game, using this type of tequila will make all the difference by imparting unique flavors while keeping things smooth and balanced. So why not give it a try next time you’re making this classic aviation cocktail at home?

How to prepare a Pure Aviation Tequila cocktail?


  • 2 oz. Avión Reserva Cristalino
  • 12 oz. Maraschino Liqueur
  • 12 oz. Lemon Juive
  • ¼ oz. Violette Liqueur


  1. Start by filling your cocktail shaker with ice and adding in two ounces of Avión Reserva Cristalino
  2. Add half an ounce of maraschino liqueur, half an ounce of fresh lemon juice, and half an ounce of creme de violette.
  3. Next, shake the mixture vigorously for around 10 seconds until it becomes frothy.
  4. Then strain into a Nick and a Nora glass and garnish with a lemon twist or cherry on top.

The result? A stunningly smooth yet complex cocktail that packs quite the punch. The subtle notes from the tequila cristalino pair perfectly with the floral undertones from the creme de violette while the maraschino liqueur adds just enough sweetness to balance everything out.

So why not give this unique twist on a classic aviation cocktail a try? It’s sure to impress both yourself and all your guests at your next gathering!