Margarita is a sour cocktail that combines tequila, orange-flavoured liqueur and lime juice for a thirst-quenching zingy taste.
Said to have originated from Mexico, the Margarita is a popular cocktail that combines tequila, orange-flavoured and lime juice for a refreshingly zingy taste. The story goes that Mexican hotel manager, Daniel Negrete, created the Margarita in 1936 as a surprise for his girlfriend who enjoyed putting salt in her drinks. Served straight-up (chilled liquor only) or on the rocks (with ice), the legendary Margarita is a thirst-quenching beverage for every season.
Learn how to make your own Margarita Cocktail at home by following these easy steps:
PREP TIME: ± 3min
YIELDS: 1 serving
- 22ml fresh lime juice
- 30ml triple sec orange liqueur
- 45ml tequila
- 1 cup ice
- Garnish: salt and lime wheel
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice, then add the lime juice, triple sec and tequila. Shake until the outside of the shalker feels cold.
Strain the mix into a stemmed glass over ice, and garnish with salt over the rim and a lime wheel.
Garnish with salt over the rim and a lime wheel.
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