Mijenta Tequila and The Zetter Townhouse to offer a special International Women’s Day Cocktail

Date: 08 Mar 2023

Silvia Ricciardi

The Zetter Townhouse, Marylebone teaming up with Mijenta Tequila for a special International Women’s Day Cocktail throughout the month of March.

The Zetter Townhouse, Marylebone announced that it has teamed up with Mijenta Tequila, a female-led tequila brand, to offer a special International Women’s Day Cocktail throughout the month of March.

Additionally, Eljesa Saciri, Zetter Hotels’ equality and female empowerment advocate and General Manager of The Zetter Townhouse, Marylebone, has pledged £2.00 from each drink purchased to be donated to The Marylebone Project, a local charity that offers a 24/7 support service and a safe haven for homeless and vulnerable women.

The team will also give guests of the hotel and bar a choice of adding £2.00 to their bill to donate throughout the month. The Mijenta team will go a step further and will also be donating towards the final sum raised. 

Zetter Hotels’ aim is to create unique cocktails that prioritise taste above all else, with an eruption of flavours with every sip. In honour of International Women’s Day, Gregorio Soriente, Bar Manager at The Zetter Townhouse, Marylebone, has created a special cocktail that has been aptly named “Born to be Wilding”. A blend of Mijenta Blanco Tequila, Peach, Bergamot and London Essence Ginger Ale, ‘’Born to be Wilding’’ is a refreshing tipple to welcome the start of spring, with sharp citrus notes balanced perfectly by the spice of the ginger.  

Award-winning, additive-free and sustainable, Mijenta is the first and only tequila producer to receive B Corp certification from non-profit organisation B Lab. Mijenta exceeded the B Impact Assessment criteria measuring an organisation’s social impact across categories including corporate governance, the environment, community, employees and customers.

Mijenta’s ethos is echoed by the Zetter Hotels team, who are also sustainability champions, with energy efficient designs throughout the properties, including energy loop systems and sustainable building materials. In addition to The Marylebone Project, the team are proud of their work with The Edge Hospitality School, helping to create a set of hotel sustainability standards, to enable the industry to raise its level of environmental practices.

Subscribe to Citywealth Weekly Newsletter:

back to news