The Margarita is one of Tequila's most popular offspring; A handy guide to the ingredients and directions that keep this fruity cocktail in such high demand.
In Observance of National Margarita Day
Every February 22, we come together for National Margarita Day to pay homage to our favorite celebratory cocktail. The margarita is one of the most beloved cocktails in the world, however it’s hard to say definitively who created the margarita. Tales of its origin are as numerous as the variations of the drink itself.
Tip Your Bartenders, We’re Here for You!
I’ve been on the food industry for quite some time and what I love the most about the job is being a bartender. You are essentially a “cook” behind the bar, your place of solitude from regular service. You’re mixing ingredients from left to right, often nonstop during the night. Combining your liquors, your bitters, your sweets, and your zests to make your signature drink. Finally, when a guest tried what you offered and that satisfying look in their face; it’s amazing.
For Cinco De Mayo Try Tequila 10 Ways
The classic margarita is a simple cocktail made with 4 oz. tequila, 2 oz. triple sec and one and half oz. fresh lime juice. Tequila itself is gluten free because it is made from the blue agave plant which originates in Guadalajara, Mexico.
The Basics of Margaritas
So you want to know more about margaritas? Well, you certainly came to the right place. If you’re just looking to learn some new things about margaritas, check out some fun facts! If your looking to make some margaritas, go ahead and just skip below to check out the recipes. If you’re a bartender learning how to make margaritas, here are the basics right here: Crushed ice, tequila, cointreau, fresh lime juice, salt rim on glass, margarita glass, and a lime wedge to garnish!
Best Ready to Drink Margaritas
I love to drink. Though I love to drink just about anything given to me during a party, cocktails are my favorite. And, of all the cocktails I enjoy, margaritas, in particular, hold a special spot in my heart. In fact, I'll even admit that I'd be a permanent resident of Margaritaville if that was an option.