The story
of the Paloma

The story of the Paloma

A popular folk song composed in the early 1860s is said to be the inspiration for the Paloma. But it was a US import that gave the cocktail its superior flavor…

…raised in the US

By 1999, a restaurant in California was serving a Paloma. By the end of the century, the Paloma was filtering across the states. And it had gained a fizzy new ingredient: grapefruit soda. The American invention gives the Paloma the flavor we love today.

Lazy person’s Margarita

Tequila, lime juice, grapefruit soda and ice. With no need for shakers, or even a salt-rimmed glass, the Paloma is simple as well as balanced.

Make it yours

1800 Paloma

As easy to drink as it is to make, you only need a few simple ingredients to make a delicious 1800 Paloma.

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Cuervo Paloma

When it comes to making the original tequila cocktails, what could be a better ingredient than the original tequila?

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Your perfect serve

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