A Margarita, Puerto Rico style. A chile syrup is made from sugar, jalapenos and water, then mixed with tequila, pineapple and lime juice.
The traditional margarita is not the "frozen" version most of us are served at your favorite Mexican restaurant. Instead it is served over a bit of ice. If you have not tried the traditional version you are in for a thirst quenching treat.
Just in time for summer, this grande sized margarita recipe includes Soltado Spicy Añejo Tequila, Tequila Blanco, limeade, orange juice and Cointreau.
We're going to tempt you with this Citrus Margarita recipe from the folks at Sauza, Tequila. There is hardly a flavoring that has not been used to prepare a margarita, from the simple classic, to tamarind, chocolate, prickly pear and countless more. This refreshing version is made simply using fresh lime and orange juices, agave nectar, Triple Sec, and Sauza® Gold Tequila.&nbs...
Choose sweet, firm summer watermelons for this refreshing drink. This simple recipe includes watermelon, tequila and fresh limes. Glass rims are dipped in lime salt but you can also use Tajin (Mexican chile lime salt) for an extra kick.