Margaritas are one of the best cocktails out there because when you bring these out, everyone knows it’s time to party! There are a ton of ways to make them and they always put a smile on everyones face! So, lets get started on how to make a Margarita that is sure to get your guests dancing!
Let us first talk about how this drink came to be. . . It all came together down in Acapulco, Mexico in 1948. This is where a girl, named Margarita Sames, armed with her two favorite spirits, cointreau and tequila invented the most popular classic cocktail of all time! Her husband loved the cocktail just as much as he loved his wife and in turned named the cocktail by presenting his wife with glassware etched with “Margarita!”, and the name stuck.
1 oz of Tequila. I like to use clear 100% Blue Agave, to cut down on the hangover of coarse.
1 oz Cointreau or Triple Sec
1 oz sweet and sour mix or lime juice
Blend with crushed ice.
Salt rim of Margarita Glass or any glass you can find.
Stick a wedge of lime on that rim and get ready for the party.
Grab a lime and get as fancy as you would like lime wheel, lime twist or just a plain old lime wedge will do the trick. (The lime is extremely important and is used to cut the Tequila. That will take away that harsh taste.)
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