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This Friday, “4:59” is heading to Kentucky to make three summer cocktails with Cointreau and Chef Edward Lee, author of Smoke & Pickles and Buttermilk Graffiti, and chef/owner of 610 Magnolia ...


The pinnacle of our Margarita series is right now. Today, we are going to make a traditional, perfect Margarita. We have spent time looking at the history of the Margarita and I feel like I have the spirit of the drink in my mind. Today, it all comes together in the cocktail shaker.


A margarita pitcher is a perfect way to spread the joy of the best margaritas. Multiple pitchers with different flavors in each can really spice things up during your next party . Whether guests prefer their margarita on the rocks , blended with ice in a margarita blender , or with salty rims , enjoying margaritas from a pitcher is the way to go.


Preparation. Combine tequila, Cointreau, and lime juice in cocktail shaker filled with ice. Moisten rim of Margarita or other cocktail glass with lime juice or water.


Instructions. Combine the tequila, triple sec, simple syrup and lime juice in a large pitcher and chill if possible. Pour salt into a shallow dish or small plate to a depth of about 1/4 inch.


Wondering what’s in a margarita? The classic recipe includes: Tequila: The biggest thing I can’t emphasis enough, use a good tequila! It was make your margarita that much better and smoother. (Don Julio, Patron Silver, Herradura) Orange Liqueur: For the perfect touch of orange to take your margarita over the top. (Grand Marnier, Cointreau ...


This Margarita Recipe has been on my site for many years and has lots of great reviews. I thought now would be a good time to give it a facelift on the eve of such an important day . . . . Cinco de Mayo meets Taco Tuesday. This is a recipe that was passed to me by a dear friend who got it from her mom, who got it from an aunt.


The secret to the perfect margarita is the right ratio of tequila to triple sec. This easy recipe from Delish.com works for both a margarita on the rocks and a blended margarita.


An easy way to remember how to mix a classic margarita is to memorize the ratio 3-2-1: three parts tequila, two parts good triple sec (like Luxardo Triplum, Cointreau, or Combier), and one part lime juice. Serve it on the rocks with salt, as pictured, or serve it up in a chilled glass. If you like your margaritas on the sour side, try our Perfect Margarita.


Combine tequila, lime juice, and simple syrup in a cocktail shaker. Fill shaker with ice, cover, and shake vigorously until outside of shaker is very cold, about 20 seconds.