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Añejo tequila rather than American whiskey dominates this Manhattan riff.
A hint of agave syrup sweetness and dilution from the stirred ice knocks back the spirit's fire while opening and releasing agave flavours. (If you don't
I tried making my usual Sweet Manhattan but with añejo tequila as the base spirit and it was not half bad, but there's something about tequila that says
Tequila-based, with complex mezcal smokiness, rich maraschino cherry and floral lavender bitters. It's a cocktail that likes dilution so perhaps consider
Creamy tequila and chocolate this tequila based riff on the classic Brandy Alexander is deliciously indulgent.
Dry and lightly bitter, this tequila-based sipper makes for a great apéritif cocktail.
Añejo has notes of almond, here amplified by a splash of amaretto liqueur.
Creamy but not sweet with tequila character shining through. (Añogo is Spanish for 'yearn'.)
Named due to originally being made with Don Julio 1942.
Beautifully balanced bitter-sweetness with tequila and mezcal sitting harmoniously with cherry and aperitivo liqueurs, with lemon freshness. A perfect
Ginger notes are subtle while the caramel combines harmoniously with the aged tequila to make a truly delicious nightcap.
Like a suitably complex chemistry experiment, this Margarita-like cocktail has seven ingredients with mezcal adding smoky notes to tequila and a trio of
Considering tequila is replacing vodka in this French Martini riff, you'd think blanco tequila would work best. However, having tried this and reposado
Basically, a top-shelf Margarita garnished with jalapeño stuffed olives.
A late-night, dry Margarita that's high on booze, low on citrus and with subtle pineapple fruitiness.
The sweet herbal punch you'll recognise from the classic Vieux Carré but given extra life and fresh vitality by the addition of a shot of tequila (I've
A Sweet Manhattan but with the distinctive herbal agave notes of tequila.
Actually this is a Navy rum influenced Margarita made to Daiquiri proportions, but whatever it's called, it's damn good.
The sublime taste of great añejo tequila mellowed and delicately flavoured with maraschino, chartreuse and grapefruit bitters.
A herbal apricot Margarita.
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