This is how we prefer our margaritas to be served. Tangy citrus and tequila with a hint of balancing sweetness and a faint salty undertone. We also prefer
A smokin' Margarita. Depending on your palate, you many want to vary the amount of agave syrup – from 2.5ml or even no agave syrup for dry palates to
A hint of agave syrup sweetness knocks and dilution from the stirred ice knocks back the spirit's fire while opening and releasing agave flavours. If
If desired, for the perfect salt rim, liquidise or grind sea salt to make it finer, then run a cut slice of lime (or orange) around the outside edge of
Tequila shines in this delightfully honeyed and herbal cocktail.
The flavour of agave is king in this simple Margarita, made without the traditional orange liqueur.
The Cosmopolitan meets the Margarita in this gloriously pink cocktail.
Genepi and celery add herbal and vegetal flavours (in place of triple sec) to this Margarita riff.
Elderflower and dry sparkling wine are a match made in heaven with the bitters-soaked cube seasoning the cocktail with faint bittersweet pineapple and
A floral lavender influenced margarita.
A pineapple Margarita with agave syrup in place of a sweet liqueur.
Although a relatively dry Margarita this particular millionaire benefits from the rich orange notes of a cognac-based orange liqueur.
As the name suggests, this tasty Margarita benefits from a slug of rich mandarin orange liqueur.
Margarita-like with a wisp of Islay smoke.
A balanced (far from sweet) and flavoursome Margarita with the rich cognac and orange notes of Grand Marnier adding to this drink's depth of flavour.
You've tried this with bourbon and rye, now surprise yourself with aged tequila.
This translucent margarita is made with an acid mixture replacing lime juice. Why? Besides being crystal clear, the omission of lime juice makes it possible
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