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After 25 years and many, many “Aha!” moments, Oprah signs off for good May 25th. How to toast the Queen of Daytime? Tequila, of course. The folks at Tequila Sauza whipped up these two tequila cocktails for you and your friends to enjoy during Oprah’s last call.
The “O” Revoir
Add a note of class to your farewell get-together with a Sauza Silver Tequila margarita spiked with some traditional celebratory bubbly and the delicious flavor … Read more
Fresh mango is fantastic. It’s lightly sweet, and its tropical flavor can instantly transport you to a relaxing place. Put that in a margarita and you have a winner!
This delightful fresh mango margarita will pair equally well with spicy food on Cinco de Mayo or a lovely brunch or picnic on Mother’s Day. I may just do both … it’s that good.… Read more
This blended cocktail is perfect for Cinco de Mayo … or any other day!
2 oz tequila blanco
1 cup fresh raspberries
½ oz orange juice
½ oz agave nectar
Half a lemon, juiced
Blend in blender with ice and serve in a champagne flûte.
Photo by Traveling Fools of America.
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What better way to toast the happy couple than with a margarita made with rosemary?
4 oz Sauza Silver tequila
8 lemons (juice only)
3 cups club soda
4 tbs sugar
4 rosemary sprigs
Combine lemons, club soda, sugar, and tequila in pitcher. Mix well. Refrigerate until cold. Place 1 rosemary sprig in each of the 4 serving cups. Pour margarita and drink cold or iced. Serves 4.
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No glass screams party like the margarita glass, a sure essential in your barware collection. Who doesn’t remember their first blended margarita (admittedly for most of us, this was the non-alcoholic version) or throwing back a few in Mexico? I know I am in for a good time when I go to a party and I see the margarita glasses lined up.
The margarita glass is usually a tall glass, but its distinctive characteristic is … Read more
February 22 marks National Margarita Day. A celebration of one of the most popular cocktails ever. In fact, 185,000 margaritas are consumed every hour in the USA! As with most classics, its origin is in debate. It also has spurred many variations. Here’s a few we picked for you to enjoy. What’s your favorite Margarita recipe?
Blood Orange Margarita
Bloody Blood Orange Margarita
Cherry Sling Margarita