Happy Hour Around the World with Cayman Jack
We have an amazing group of friends who all love to spend as much time outside as we do. Last year, our group of friends started an almost-monthly tradition to take advantage of where we live. We call it beach happy hour.
Instead of meeting at a bar for happy hour, we gather at our local beach with drinks, snacks, and surfboards. These celebrations usually last long after the sun sinks behind our beloved ocean and it’s become one of our favorite traditions. We definitely don’t take where we live for granted.
When Cayman Jack approached us about their hand-crafted margarita, my first thought was how perfect they would be for our friends who don’t care too much for beer. It’s a refreshing drink that we have found to be tasty after a long hike or just unwinding with friends.
During our travels, we like to relax with an ice-cold drink after a long day of exploring new destinations. So over the next three months, we are partnering with Cayman Jack and will be sharing our happy hours around the world.
We try to stay conscious of what we put into our bodies, so I appreciate that Cayman Jack is “obsessed with natural ingredients.” They use only organic limes, 100% blue agave nectar, and pure cane sugar when crafting their margarita.
Most of our spring and summer travel plans are still up in the air, but the plan is to see more of the United States (all of those places we keep putting off to make room for international destinations) and in June, we’re headed to West Sweden!
We already took Cayman Jack along with us on our recent trip to Santa Barbara, so stay tuned for a blog post about that adventure. We have a huge travel announcement for August too, so there definitely won’t be a shortage of international travel stories — in addition to showing you some amazing spots on the West Coast of the United States.
You can follow our Cayman Jack journey on our blog and by following the hashtags #CaymanJack and #CraftedByTheJourney on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
And I like your pictures! 🙂
Your photos are AMAZING! Wow! This is a really cool tradition. I would love to start this up with my friends, but drinking on the beach is technically illegal here -___- I’m looking forward to checking out your California stories!
It’s technically illegal here too, but tolerated on certain beaches. Thank you for your kind words!
This brought back such strong memories – but not of cocktails! My favourite thing to do when I was a kid was to have a cookout on the beach. I think there’s something about gathering by the sea with good friends and good food that just makes for a perfect day.
That sounds fun! I wish my family had spent more time near the ocean while I was growing up.
Beach Happy Hour is probably the best idea I’ve heard in a while! I’d wish I lived in a similar place so I could do the same! 🙂
I can’t believe we didn’t think of it sooner. We’re making up for lost time now. 🙂
that sounds good! I wish I could taste it!
If you are in the US, they are stocked in quite a few stores.
Definitely a great product for happy hour on the beach.
Great coverage, especially on the photos! I haven’t drank cocktails in a while but anyhow, this handy drink sounds very appealing.
Okay, I’m curious about this arrangement. How do you plan to get the supply on your travels esp. if it involves flying? Or would you bring this on road trips only?
Depends on the trip. I’m still working out the details. They have various locations to purchase either cans or bottles as well.
Good timing on a margarita post – on the cusp of Cinco de Mayo!
I didn’t even realize that until after I published it. haha!
Lovely photos! and margarita is one of my favourite cocktails
Thanks! It’s one of my favorites too!