These festive cocktails delivered straight to your door will get you in the Christmas spirit

Christmas cocktails never looked so good

Cocktails and bottles
(Image credit: Hacha)

If you’re self-isolating, or just want to stay at home as much as possible right now, then these festive cocktails, delivered straight to your door, will get you in the Christmas spirit.

The margaritas, created by London based agave bar Hacha and Two Keys , have been given a Christmas twist - with ingredients such as cinnamon, ginger and clementine.

But the best news? The cocktails, priced at £14.95 for two, are available for delivery – nationwide.


Festive cocktails just in time for the holiday season, delivered straight to your door!

Seasonal Mirror Margaritas & Two Keys mixers set, £14.95

The two new limited-edition reinventions, perfect for a secret Santa present, are packed full of festive flavours and are the perfect treat to enjoy in the comfort of your own home this Christmas. 

If you can't choose which flavour to go for you - you're in luck, as the Clementine and Cinnamon Mirror Margarita topped with Two Keys Lemon and the Mulled Mirror Margarita topped with Two Keys Pink Grapefruit, come as a pair.

While both tipples use classic Christmas flavours including the sweet spice of cinnamon, ginger and clementine. The cocktails can be bought via their online store.

The best thing about the cocktails? Well, apart from the taste, is that all profits will go to support Equal Measures, a charitable initiative to raise awareness around diversity and inclusion within the hospitality industry.

Although Hacha bar is closed during lockdown they launched an at-home digital store last week - where you can also pick up some of their classics  - which includes their award-winning Mirror Margarita, a new non-alcoholic version for those choosing not to drink, plus a new agave twist on classic aperitif cocktails.

Sarah Finley

Sarah is a freelance journalist - writing about the royals and celebrities for Woman & Home, fitness and beauty for the Evening Standard and how the world of work has changed due to the pandemic for the BBC. 


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