Like most typical broke millennials, there's nothing I like more than a solid drink deal. You probably already know Chili’s offers $5 margarita deals, which rotate on a monthly basis, and to kick off November, Chili's' $5 Hennessy's Harvest Margarita is back. It looks super cozy for fall, and it has a super affordable $5 price tag.
If you aren't entirely sure what kind of plans you have in store for November, let me fill you in. You'll be trekking out to Chili's with all your pals to try the chain's latest $5 Margarita of the Month, known as Hennessy's Harvest. According to Chili's, the beautiful autumnal beverage consists of a blend of Lunazul Blanca Tequila, Hennessy cognac, and fresh sour. I'm guessing it tastes somewhat like a hybrid between mulled cider and a classic margarita, and I don't know about you, but that's pretty ideal to me.
Really — if you love fall, tequila, and cognac, it sounds positively delish. If you’re 21 years or older, you can give the $5 Hennessey’s Harvest a try all November long I mean, what do you have to lose? It only costs five freakin' dollars, so your bank account won't even be mad about it.
If you think you might get déjà vu when you taste this margarita, you’re not wrong. The chain sold the same Hennessey’s Harvest Margarita for its $5 deal last November. Even though you might not be getting a brand new drink, you can rest assured knowing it probably wouldn’t come back if it wasn’t a hit with customers last year.
The photo of the marg looks absolutely marvelous. With that super generous salt rim, the juicy-looking citrus flavors, and a blend of tequila and cognac, it looks like a super cozy and refreshing sip. Honestly, I could go for one of these perfect fall drinks right now.
If you're a regular Chili's customer like myself, you've probably taken advantage of one or more of its $5 Margarita of the Month deals, and November's Margarita of the Month definitely doesn't fall short of expectations. Between the cognac, tequila, and citrusy flavors, it'll definitely warm you up, especially on a crisp fall day. November is about to be lit, guys — I can almost taste it.
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