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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
The name might be more masculine, but it is still a classic Margarita. This 2:1:1 recipe is a touch on the sour side for most so you may want to add a
The flavour of agave is king in this simple Margarita, made without the traditional orange liqueur.
This tequila (in place of gin) based riff on a White Lady is basically a Margarita made with lemon rather than lime, softened and smoothed by egg white.
Basically, a Tequila Old-fashioned, it's even better when made with añejo tequila.
Strictly speaking, as this cocktail doesn't contain an orange liqueur it is not a Margarita but should properly be termed a Honey Tequila Sour. We decided
A tequila-laced wake-up call.
A fittingly seductive Margarita.
Orange juice adds fruity dilution to what could also be called a Breakfast Margarita. Sir Paul McCartney (yup of Beatles fame) likes his Margaritas made
Citrus freshness with the subtle agave of tequila served frozen.
Bittersweet, tequila-based, and Negroni-like. Classically garnished with a lemon zest twist but better with grapefruit.
If desired, for the perfect salt rim you can liquidise or grind sea salt to make it finer, then run a cut slice of lime (or orange) around the outside
Simple, not too sweet - a great way to appreciate quality tequila.
A Margarita without orange liqueur (e.g. a Tommy's Margarita) is not a margarita at all but a tequila sour. The triple sec orange liqueur is one of the
Pronounced Tea-You-One-Na this is basically a Tommy's Margarita topped with cucumber foam.
A Mexican twist on the original winter pick-me-up.
The classic long balance of sweet and sour with tequila adding Mexican spirit.
A Margarita with a Marmite rim. After all, yeast extract is slightly salty.
Tequila dominates this lightly citrusy fairly dry classic. The bitters play a key role in both balance and flavour. It's worth noting that this drink
You've tried this with bourbon and rye, now surprise yourself with aged tequila.
A tequila based Mojito.
A good sweet and sour balance with tequila character seemingly boosted by the honey.
A classic Margarita with a hint of vanilla.
Surprisingly tasty with a potent agave reminder of what you've just knocked back.
Sweet coffee and orange smoothed by a creamy top. A veritable dessert in a glass. (Better when made with a dry coffee liqueur.)
Like a creamy iced coffee - yum.
Classic Margarita with a salty foam topping.
Tequila's answer to the Irish Coffee. Tip: Lightly whip or simply shake cream in container before pouring over the bowl of a spoon. It also helps if the
Rather like a cross between an Aviation and a Margarita.
Even with its generous splash of sugar syrup this cocktail is surprisingly dry.
A strange mix of lime and coffee.
Slightly sweet but yummy with an interplay between tequila, rich strawberry and tart fresh lime.
Fresh strawberries combine well with tequila in this fruity margarita. The strawberry already makes this drink viscous so sugar syrup is preferable to
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