Frozen or on the rocks (but I prefer frozen). Any flavor really...from original to strawberry-banana...doesn't really matter. If I order an alcoholic beverage in a restaurant, it's always a margarita and I've actually gone to certain restaurants just to try their margaritas...
Legend has it the Margarita was created in Tijuana in the 1940's. I have to say that I love Margaritas!!! They are a bit of the sweet, sour and salty that I enjoy a lot. I love tequilla on its own but as a margarita it is the perfect blend of the things I enjoy.....it must be top...
In my office...this is the one day we kick up our heels. The boss brings in margarita mix and coronas and we "fiesta" all day!
I'm sitting at my desk now, sippin' on a margarita and playing on EP. Oh, what a life!! :)
When he makes them they are so tasty it is like drinking a kids drink you beg for more.
And the mix he uses can be bought anywhere. Its the TO KILL YA that makes it awesome.
He buys various hi priced ones. So he really has not a favorite.
Salt with it...
there's a restaurant I frequent with other ladies one night of the week, every week and have come to know the servers and they make us the strongest margaritas and I love every sip :) I look forward to that night with the 'ritas and the music and the company
I love a nice cold margarita with some spicy mexican food. I went to puerto vallarta a couple years ago and I had this salsa that was so spicy that I got some on my lip and it burned so I drank my margarita to cool it off. I also had strawberry margaritas in mexico that were...
I love margaritas and have to say I make a killer margarita. I use to bar tend and people would drive for miles to get one of my "Texas Margaritas". I think it was probably because I was generous with the tequila
is to use cheap triple sec and good smooth tequila like a reposado. Also use a fresh juice made from lemon and limes steeped in /lemon lime juce. If you prepare the juice overnight.
They are deceptively good and should have the ladies removing sundry articles of redundant...
The essential ingredient in the perfect traditional margarita has to be fresh squeezed lime juice. So many places now use the processed variety and it truly takes away from the refreshment value of the drink.
Since margaritas are like lemonade, I enjoy having some occasionally. The first time I drank it was on a pleasant Indian Summer day on a terrace in New York. I drank a couple of them and went from sober to drunk all of a sudden. That felt wonderful. I...
I do love margaritas. Especially in the summer. On hot days. Or even better, on warm evenings. With salty or spicy food.
I was just thinking, though, that margaritas, perhaps more than any other drink, are very sensitive to the proportions.
A well made margarita is not the easiest cocktail to find. I have had quite a few ****** margarita's in my day, of course I drank them anyway,...but I appreciate one that is made properly.
Most if them that you find in your average Mexican restaurant are not very good. The mixer...
Margaritas are sooo good. I love the salt around the glass and the bite on my tongue. They go down smooth and easy. Delicious! I would have to say that Margaritas and Long Island Teas are my two favorite mixed drinks!
It's a real simple recipe:
3 oz Cuervo Gold
1 oz DeKuypers Triple Sec
2 oz Rose's lime juice
Shake with ice in a cocktail shaker and pour.
When we have fresh limes he uses half squeezed lime juice and half Rose's.
He likes salt on the rim, but I don't.
It's a pretty potent...