THE ULTIMATE frozen margarita

The best frozen lime margarita ever!

frozen margaritaIn a blender add:

3 oz. of Tequilla
2 oz. of Triple Sec
1 oz of frozen “Limeaid” concentrate
2 oz. of beer
Juice of one lime
Fill blender with ice

Blend. Blend. Blend until it is slushy.
Slide the inside of a lime wedge around the rim of a glass then dip the glass in course salt.
Pour the margarita slushy into the glasses.
Add a straw. Serve. (around 4 servings)
When drinks are low, repeat above.

Classic Margarita

Classic Margarita

2oz of Top Shelf Premium Tequilla
1 oz. Grand Marnier
Juice of two limes
Rim 8 oz. glasses with inside of the lime rind then dip the rims of the glasses in course salt.
Fill glass with ice
Pour Tequila over ice.
Drink slowly letting the ice melt into the drink.

Wikipedia “Outside Mexico, a single shot of tequila is often served with salt and a slice of lime. This is called tequila cruda and is sometimes referred to as “training wheels”, “lick-sip-suck”, or “lick-shoot-suck” (referring to the way in which the combination of ingredients is imbibed). The drinkers moisten the back of their hands below the index finger (usually by licking) and pour on the salt. Then the salt is licked off the hand, the tequila is drunk, and the fruit slice is quickly bitten. Groups of drinkers often do this simultaneously. Drinking tequila in this way is often erroneously called a Tequila Slammer”

Did you know that there is a city in Mexico called Tequila?

Tequila is the birthplace of the drink that bears its name, “tequila”.   Under Mexican state law tequila can only be produced primarily in the area surrounding the city of Tequila.  Today there are over 100 distilleries that make over 900 brands of tequila in Mexico.

JimadorTequila is made from the blue agave plant.  Men called Jimadores cultivate and harvest the plants manually relying on centuries-old know-how.

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