I wanted to start the week off by sending a big tip of the hat and word of thanks to my friends at Cayman Jack, the makers of a refreshing alcoholic beverage that I was introduced to recently when they sent me some samples along with a unique, one of kind, adventurers pack. For those who haven’t tried it yet, Cayman Jack is a ready to drink margarita in bottle. Now, I’ll be the first one to admit that I’m not much of a drinker, but I’ve been really enjoying the samples, particularly over some crushed ice. Better yet, I’ve introduced the drink to friends over the recent holiday and it was a big hit with them too.
Cayman Jack is marketed as a drink for adventurers, particularly those looking for a Caribbean escape. That was underscored with the fun “culture pack” that they sent my way with the samples bottles. That pack included a canvas bag that looks like something Indiana Jones would carry with him while raiding tombs… er … I mean acquiring lost antiquities. Inside that pack I was delighted to discover four small metal shot glasses that are perfect for sharing the drink with friends, as well as a Swiss army knife and a simple digital camera. Perhaps best of all however, were the included cufflinks that also happen to be tiny compasses. I’ll be putting those to good use I’m sure, as they’ll come in handy in finding my way home from future adventures that also happen to enforce a dress code.
With the holidays just around the corner, Cayman Jack will make a great addition to your festivities, what ever they may be. If you’re a fan of margaritas, but don’t always have the time or energy to make them by hand, you’re sure to love being able to simply pop open the top and enjoy. Unfortunately it isn’t available everywhere just yet, so to find where you can purchase it near you, use this webpage. In my case, there doesn’t appear to be a store that sells it close by, so when my limited supply runs out, I’m not going to be a happy adventurer at all.
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