Here you will find the procedure for a Margarita drink. As well as inspiration, knowledge and facts about the legendary drink.
Margarita is a classic drink recipe. There is much disagreement about its origin, but everything suggests that it originates from Mexico. One thing is certain, however, and that is that today it is one of the most loved drinks in the world, and therefore it is found in many variations and twists. An example is its little brother "Tommy's Margarita".
Below is the classic margarita recipe shown as we think it should be made. Check it out and then you can always play on from there.
The Margarita is a classic for a reason! Originally it consisted of 3 ingredients – tequila, orange liqueur and lime juice. Agave syrup and salt rim are optional, but add sweetness and edge to the simple Mexican drink.
You should always be able to remember this cocktail recipe, as it is easy to impress at dinner parties, summer barbecues or when you need a reminder of sun and summer in the middle of winter.
If you would like to rim your glass with salt, start by running a lime slice (the juicy part) around half of the top edge of the glass. Fill a shallow bowl with salt and dip the rim into the salt until it is covered with the desired amount of salt. Set aside.
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Always make sure you shake your Margarita. Drinks containing citrus and fruit juice are always best with a shake. Shaking with ice not only chills the drink and mixes the ingredients completely, it also introduces the tiny air bubbles that give a margarita its frothy, delicious appearance.
Learn more about shaking in this video
Ingredients you might consider adding are kiwis, strawberries, watermelon, cantaloupe, grapefruit, jalapeños, cilantro, avocado and pineapple (both raw and grilled). But only the imagination sets limits. Find more recipes here