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This twist on a margarita is a great way to celebrate Green Bay’s Super Bowl XLV team. Green Bay’s team colors, green and gold, are represented through pineapple and fresh mint. It’s kinda like a mojito margarita. I wonder how it is with cheddar?… Read more
February 22 is National Margarita Day, so of course we’re gonna have a margarita recipe this week. Sure, this isn’t a “traditional” margarita, but who doesn’t like churros? The tequila blends well with the Licor 43 and Irish Creme, replacing lime juice and Tuaca is nice substitute for triple sec.
Ever wonder where the Margarita came from?
Though we may never be sure of its true origin. The most popular anecdote claims that Carlos “Danny” … Read more
I was mulling over different ideas for an end-of-year post and landed on this fun list while looking at the year’s site activity. This list is as democratic as they come; it’s basically the top cocktails determined by views. The biggest surprise? The sidecar at #1, glad to see. It was always Rachel’s favorite. It knocked the much-derided Appletini from the top spot—it’s #2 this year—, a spot it had held for several years. So … Read more
The first thing that grabs your attention about Corzo tequila is the bottle: square, smooth, and modern—not unlike a really nice cologne bottle.
But when you get past the attractive packaging, there’s a friendly tequila inside waiting to play.
It has a thin mouthfeel and an approachable taste. Though it is 100% agave, it lacks the grassy flavor often found in such tequilas.
This is a clean-tasting tequila for sipping or mixing. I found that … Read more
It isn’t Cinco de Mayo without margaritas! (OK, so it technically still would be the 5th of May. But not as fun.)
Here are some great recipes for your fiesta.
Whether it’s a classic margarita on the rocks or a frozen concoction with new flavors, it’s margarita time!
Classic Margarita: You can’t go wrong with the classic margarita (remember, no sour mix!).
Cadillac Margarita: A high-end margarita recipe with Cointreau and Grand Marnier, a reader
Fifteen margaritas for $18? Not bad. Sauza is introducing its “Margarita-in-a-box,” hoping that the home-bartending trend will expand to include pre-mixed cocktails. Sauza says this will be the first boxed margarita with real tequila on the market.
The Wall Street Journal notes that two other major liquor companies plan to release pre-mixed cocktails this summer, suggesting that perhaps distillers are hedging their bets.
The artisan cocktail movement has thrived in bars and at home during … Read more