In medium pitcher, combine tequila, lime juice, and Cointreau. If desired, rub rims of 4 glasses with a lime slice and dip in salt and lime zest to coat.
The key to this margarita recipe from mixologist Vincenzo Marianella: silver tequila and plenty of fresh lime juice.
The Margarita is one of the most popular cocktails in North America—for good reason. Combining the tang of lime and the sweetness of orange liqueur with the distinctive strength of tequila, the classic Margarita strikes all of the right keys.
Fill blender three-quarters full of ice cubes. Pour lime juice, tequila, and Cointreau over ice. Add sugar; blend, starting slowly, and then increasing to high speed, until ice is very finely chopped and mixture is frothy.
Cadillac Margarita Vs Regular Margarita. Along those lines the classic Margarita is a sour cocktail made with tequila, lime juice, and orange liqueur. So, you're now wondering what is a Cadillac Margarita, right? Well, a Cadillac Margarita is a premium version -- hence the reference to the most classic of luxury vehicles -- of that same drink.
How to Make a Classic Margarita on the Rocks. One of the great things about a classic margarita on the rocks is that it can be made in large batches. Much like the Smoked Apple Margarita, it’s great cocktail for entertaining. This particular recipe serves 8, but can easily be doubled.
This recipe is for the Classic Margarita Cocktail, with its combination of tequila, lime juice, natural syrup, and triple sec, although you can also use Cointreau, adorned with orange or lime slices. Nowadays there are endless recipes for margarita, you find it in flavors like mango, strawberry, pineapple, cherry, well endless possibilities and ...
A traditional margarita is made up of tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice. This cocktail has all three of those must-have components for margaritas — we simply incorporated a couple extra fall flavors! So yes, as a margarita enthusiast, I’d say that this Fall Margarita definitely counts!
In real grown-up land, the Classic Margarita is a 3-2-1 ratio of tequila, orange liqueur, Grand Marnier (or Cointreau), and lime juice. It is not frozen, but rather, served on the rocks. Some people sweeten classic margaritas with a bit of simple syrup or agave nectar.
Recipe: McGuire’s Margarita. Tequila, lime, and orange liqueur, shaken with ice, compose this classic beverage. If you like your margarita on the sweeter side, you can add a splash of simple syrup. Rim your glass with margarita salt for the full experience.