We love a good cocktail, who doesn’t right? You know what else we love, staying home. Especially when said staying home is done with a few other people, some tasty eats and some high quality tunes. Also known as a party. Which is a thing we’re allowed to have now.
Speaking of all those things, you should do them, then invite us and also get the new guy in town involved. His name is Mr Consistent and he’s a good time Gold Coasters. You may have heard of him, he’s been popping up all over the place lately, in stores, at the markets and most recently in some local bars.
But we’ll get to all that later.
Who is this Mr Consistent we speak of? Well he’s a range of handcrafted cocktails mixers that you can take home, add alcohol and it’s as if you’re out at your favourite bar but you’re at home. At a party we mean. Bliss.
No doubt you’ve sampled a few cocktail mixers in your time but these are unlike any you’ve ever had before in that they are a very high quality, extremely delicious and they come in all the very best varieties.
For example, there’s a Margarita that’s the absolute goods, there’s a Bloody Mary (love you), a Sours, a Cosmo and the recent addition, Mulled Wine. Obviously we’ve sampled every single one and they’re all extremely delicious.
The biz was started by three Gold Coast locals who are old hands in the local hospo scene and know what’s up when it comes to shaking a sweet cocktail. They’re all about top notch drinks and good vibes and honestly, in this day and age, there’s not much more you could want is there?
As mentioned, there are many spots you can pick up a few bottles of Mr Consistent. We love stopping in at the Palm Beach Currumbin Farmers Markets stall on a Saturday morning. You can of course, also order it online.
In exciting news, this long weekend at Robina Pavilion the Mr Consistent team will be taking over Sunny’s deck bringing us all a delicious array of premium sips. Head down from 12pm on Friday for live music and a very good time.
Happy days friends.
Grab a bottle (of each) here.
Words by Kirra Smith