Cobatini your way to the Weekend!

The weekend is here and you are looking to try a new cocktail… Well, try our Spring Cobatini!! Easy to make and will definitely rev up your weekend! Check it out below!
First: Prepare the Rosemary Simple Syrup
Combine 1 cup sugar 1 cup water with two medium sprigs Rosemary in a saucepan
Quickly bring to a boil and simmer on low for several minutes: the longer – the stronger!
strain the Rosemary out of the syrup with a strainer and let cool
Now in a cocktail shaker:
1 oz lemon juice
3/4 oz Rosemary Syrup
Sprinkle a little cinnamon
Shake and serve!
Special Compliments to Sam Abrahmsohm for the recipe!!

Kick off your weekend with a Spicy Mango Cobarita!!

It’s Friday afternoon and we’re all about to head out for the weekend! How about starting it with a wonderful Spicy Mango Cobarita!!? Ingredients and mixing recipe below!
In a cocktail shaker:
Muddle/ pinch cilantro (to taste)
1oz Asombroso Tequila
1oz Lemon Juice
1/4 tsp Tajín or a pinch cayenne pepper
(depending on spice level)
Shake, strain and serve with smoked salt on top, we recommend:
No. 127  Smoked Chipotle Sea Salt – Flavored Sea Salt
Recipe compliments of Sam Abrahmsohn with VivaLAFoodies!

Viva Cobá Lucha to Benefit Padres Contra Cancer!

You’ve heard of Lucha Libre, Lucha Vavoom now think of Viva Cobá Lucha!! It’s going down at the Cobá Headquarters on Thursday, May 9th for the Downtown LA Artwalk. We are celebrating the heroic Luchador and giving back to our beautiful community of LA. Cobá , The Illuminated LA Collective and Viva LA Foodies are bringing you a great event with Charity, Art, Music, Film and the love for Food and Drinks! A portion of our proceeds will go to benefit the Padres Contra Cancer Organization! Come out and share a great lucha with us!

Come Camp Out with Cobá and Earth Day Latino 2013!

Credit to Earth Day Latin Earth Day Latino 2013: Camping Out in Downtown Los Angeles


We invite you to come out and join in on the fun! Earth Day Latino is going to be a fun-filled family event on Saturday 4/20, Earth Day in DTLA! What a beautiful time to get together and part-take in lots of outdoor activities, urban camping, art, aguas and more!

Event starts at 3pm and goes till about 9pm unless you plan on camping out! It’ll take place at The Los Angeles Historic Park located at  1245 N. Spring St. Los Angeles 90012!

Earth Day marks the completion an eight week WCVI Eco-Intern Program where several dozen LA-area high school students learn about our watersheds health and water quality, stormwater capture, environmental justice, urban wildlife, and green careers.”

The perfect way to celebrate Earth Day in LA for the young, old and every one in between. There will be activities for everyone’s taste and tastebuds. REI will start registration for camping overnight at 3PM on Saturday April 20.  REI tents will be available for rent but quantities are limited.  If you come on your bike, the tent rental is free.

Don’t forget to grab you COBÁ !!

For more info head to the Third Annual Earth Day Latino Facebook Page! <—- Click Here!









April Artwalk Vibes

Curated by the talented Deadmundo and The Art of Sketch- this show will bring it. This April Artwalk brings the likes of L.A. Artists Manny Velasquez, Passenger UNO, body painting by Jessica Miranda and special guest vendors as well!

If you haven’t already been to one… Our Cobá Gallery is located at 125 W. 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90013.  We will have awesome Cobá bottles on hand to quench your aguas thirst and art to quench your heART-seeking mind.

Follow us on #Instagram @drinkcoba, @theartofsketch, @deadmundo and check out our Facebooks below:



The Art of Sketch

Cobá CEO, Arnulfo Ventura speaks on Immigration Reform

As the founder and CEO of a small business himself, Cobá CEO, Arnulfo Ventura spoke with the Small Business Majority regarding Immigration Reform. The conversation took place this morning after results from the recent Opinion Poll: Small Business Support for Comprehensive Immigration Reform were released.

For more on the conversation, see below. Also feel free to take a listen to the call.

Listen to the Small Business Majority and Cobá CEO speak on Immigration Reform 

More info on the Small Business Majority



The word is Horchata. The flavor is undeniable. The feeling is euphoric.

It is simply a tasty cinnamon, rice water lightly sweetened with organic cane sugar.

It sounds like a tongue twister to some, a memory to others and a new found favorite for many! Horchata is a memory from your tropical vacation to the Yucatan Peninsula. It’s a holiday with the family together making tamales! It’s a yummy dessert when you’re watching your calories! (One of our female employees really loves that one!)

Horchata is our newest flavor and we invite you to try our decadent, delightful and delicious Aguas.  Try it and Love it like we do!

Check out our locator to find Cobá in a store near you!


Best Start East LA Fiesta!

We recently took part in the 3rd Annual Community Family Fiesta put on by Best Start East LA! Working together with the Bienvendios organization and many other sponsors we were able to provide our yummy drinks and also a great warm meal to many families!

We wanted to give a big shot out to Mirna Reyes for coordinating everyone and the event! What a killer success it was. Check out all the fun Best Part photos!

To learn more about Best Start go to

To learn more about Bienvenidos check out their website

Have You Seen Her Today?


December 12th is the day to remember and celebrate La Virgen De Guadalupe. Que hermosura de mujer! People see her in paintings, candles, she may even appear to some in their everyday life. The non-profit organization the Las Fotos Project went out on an adventure to capture these images…Check out their latest shots:

Las Photos Project: La Virgen de Guadalupe

To learn more about the Las Fotos Project, check out their website at