1 1/2‰ۢÌÛ_í´ÌÎÌ__ounces‰ۢÌÛ_í´ÌÎÌ__blanco‰ۢÌÛ_í´ÌÎÌ__tequila‰ۢÌÛ_í´ÌÎÌ__(or Gold tequila)
1‰ۢÌÛ_í´ÌÎÌ__ounce‰ۢÌÛ_í´ÌÎÌ__orange liqueur, such as Triple Sec, Cointreau, or Grand-Marnier
1/2‰ۢÌÛ_í´ÌÎÌ__ounce‰ۢÌÛ_í´ÌÎÌ__freshly squeezed‰ۢÌÛ_í´ÌÎÌ__lime juice or lime Juice
Plenty of kosher or flake‰ۢÌÛ_í´ÌÎÌ__salt‰ۢÌÛ_í´ÌÎÌ__for glass, optional (do not use iodized salt)
Ice cubes, optional
Lime‰ۢÌÛ_í´ÌÎÌ__wedges‰ۢÌÛ_í´ÌÎÌ__for garnish, optional
Serves approximately 15 to 20 glasses based on Recipe above.
A margarita is a cocktail consisting of tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice often served with salt on the rim of the glass. The drink is served shaken with ice, blended with ice, or without ice.
Rub the rim of the glass with the lime slice to make the salt stick to it. Shake the other ingredients with ice, then carefully pour into the glass (taking care not to dislodge any salt). Garnish and serve over ice.
On the rocks; poured over ice
Lime slice, Salt on the rim