Bacardi-owned Patrón Tequila has partnered with eight bartenders from around the world as it searches for the 2019 Margarita of the Year, challenging each to develop a creative twist on the ...
The best tequilas that will taste just as good neat as they do in Margaritas By Olive Pometsey 9 January 2020 Take a trip to Mexico with GQ’s guide to the best tequilas on the market right now
When it comes to tequila, there’s a lot more out there in the cocktail world than just margaritas. While those certainly get the most press, tequila can make a delicious highball, martini, and more.
To make a perfect Margarita here are a few steps to help you get it just right. Step 1 – Prepare the glass. Cut a lime and rub it alone the rim. This will help the salt to stick to the glass. Turn the glass over and dip the rim in salt. Make sure you have full coverage. Step 2 – Prepare your ingredients. 1 ½ ozs. Tequila ½ oz. Triple Sec ...
Choosing the Best Tequila for Your Margarita While going out for drinks in Nashua is on hold, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy your favorite Stella Blu margaritas from the comfort of your home! Whether you’re enjoying our house margarita or the spicy jalapeno margarita, the type of tequila you choose matters.
The best margarita recipe in 2019 was the Dynasty Margarita created by Jay Khan from Hong Kong. Khan's recipe featuring lychee and ginger was crowned the best margarita in 2019 by votes cast in the Patrón Margarita of the Year contest.
13. Best Tequila for a Wild Night Out – 1800 Tequila. The best tequila brands include many lesser-known distilleries and top-shelf spirits, but when it comes to sugary cocktails and shots, 1800 is the true champ. 1800 Silver is an affordable option made from 100% Weber blue agave –– aged for 8 to 12 years and harvested at its peak.
The Margarita isn’t the only tequila cocktail in the world—far from it. But it’s inarguably the most agreed-upon icon of its category. Try to come to a one-cocktail consensus on whiskey, rum, vodka or gin. Guaranteed you’ll be verbally duking it out in less than 60 seconds.
TEQUILA Since the principal flavor of the margarita is the tequila, it’s important to make sure you’ve got the best stuff you can get your hands on, so look for the “100% de agave” legend ...
Place salt on small shallow plate. Rim two glasses with lime wedge, then dip in salt to coat rim. Divide tequila, triple sec, and lime juice between 2 glasses and stir to combine.