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  1. The margarita is the most common of tequila -based cocktail s.
  2. Margarita - An alcoholic beverage containing tequila, triple sec, and lime juice.
  3. Margarita is the Latin word for pearl and the Spanish word for daisy.
  4. The Margarita is a great cocktail, but you have to make it correctly.
  5. The margarita is one of the most famous of all, but you have to make it correctly.

Frozen Margarita

  1. Sangria, which accounts for half of wine sales, gets a lift with the new Sangria Swirl (frozen sangria mixed with frozen margarita).
  2. Cocktail recipe for a Peach Margarita, a frozen Margarita blended with Peach Schnapps and a fresh peach.
  3. He was also recognized by the Smithsonian as the inventor of the Frozen Margarita Machine.
  4. The drink is usually served shaken with ice, on the rocks, or blended with ice (the "frozen margarita").


  1. For other uses, see Margarita (disambiguation).
  2. In 1982 she appeared on NBC's Today show demonstrating the proper way to make a margarita.
  3. The day before David's marriage, Daniel presented the margarita as a wedding present to Margarita, his sister-in-law.
  4. The margarita chronicles: Did Danny do it?.
  5. Margarita is well known for the quality of its beaches.

Lime Juice

  1. To make a margarita, crush ice and lime juice in a blender.
  2. Fresh Lime Juice Shake and pour over ice into a margarita glass, or blend with ice to serve frozen.
  3. It is mixed with lime juice and orange liqueur to make the margarita cocktail, which is served in a glass rimmed with salt.


  1. In other languages, margarita is the Latin word for pearl; and Spanish for the daisy flower, which is also the name of a similar cocktail.
  2. Cocktail recipe for an Orange Margarita, a frozen, orange-flavored Margarita.
  3. The margarita cocktail was the "Drink of the Month" in Esquire magazine, December 1953, pg.
  4. The following are perhaps the most commonly repeated tales of the creator of the margarita cocktail.
  5. At 7,039 gallons, the potable concoction broke the current Guinness cocktail and margarita records of 6,853 and 5,712 gallons, respectively.


  1. Pour HPNOTIQ in a margarita glass.
  2. Strain the mixture or pour it into a salt-rimmed margarita or martini glass.

Fruit Juice

  1. Cactus Juice liqueur Cactus Juice liqueur - Cactus Juice is a margarita flavored liqueur made by De Kuyper.
  2. Strawberry or peach margarita, with lemon juice.
  3. Alternate fruit juice mixtures can also be used in a margarita.
  4. Mango margarita, with lime juice.
  5. Cactus juice is a Margarita flavored schnapps, but I'm sure you knew that.


  1. Cocktail recipe for a Sour Patch Margarita, a Voodoo Tiki Green Dragon Tequila, Midori, triple sec, sour mix, lime and orange juices margarita drink.
  2. Pour the dark rum, triple sec, orange juice, margarita mix and simple syrup into a cocktail shaker half-filled with ice cubes.
  3. Mix all ingredients in blender with ice, to the consistency of a margarita.
  4. FROZEN MARGARITA Tequila, triple sec, sweet and sour mix and Rose's Lime Juice.


  1. Pour the creme de cacao into a chilled margarita glass one-quarter filled with crushed ice.
  2. Margarita is good, I mix one called colombo-politan with white cranberry, crushed ginger, tequila, grand manier.


  1. Raspberry margarita with lime juice.
  2. The Meltdown Margarita comes with premium tequila plus a shot (or "meltdown") of almond, raspberry or melon liqueur as a floater.


  1. You-re Margarita and Frozen Drink Machines will be the hit of the party - Your quests will enjoy serving themselves, while you are enjoying the party.
  2. When communicating with a Mr. Margarita party rental store in Houston, describe what you would like to complete with the party rental equipment.

Grand Marnier

  1. The "grand", "royal", or "Cadillac" margarita often contains Grand Marnier.
  2. Diageo last year rolled out Jose Cuervo Golden Margarita, a ready-to-serve margarita made with the best-selling tequila and Grand Marnier.


  1. To most people, the Margarita is served with salt on the rim of the glass.
  2. Image:Margarita.jpg Margaritas are commonly served cocktails at many Tex-Mex restaurants.


  1. There are many stories about who invented the margarita and why.
  2. In El Paso, Texas, a bartender, Pancho Morales invented the margarita on July 4, 1942, at a Ju-rez, Mexico bar named Tommy's Place.


  1. The first frozen margarita machine mix was invented in 1971 for Dallas restaurant Marianos by chemist John Hogan.
  2. The first frozen margarita machine was invented on May 11, 1971 by Dallas restaurateur Mariano Martinez.


  1. Upside Down Margarita (shot) (1.oz tequila and 1.
  2. The upside down margarita is an inventive variant of the margarita, administered to the drinker directly.
  3. The upside down margarita is referenced in an episode of the Fox TV series American Dad and the Upright Citizens Brigade episode 306-College.


  1. And of course, tequila is key in the ever-popular Margarita.
  2. Many consider fresh squeezed lime juice the key ingredient to their margarita recipes.


  1. It took 2 days to make the record shattering Margarita & Cocktail.
  2. Check our MARGARITA & DAIQUIRI MIX page to see if you find a flavor you fancy.


  1. Shooter recipe for a Margarita Jelly Shot, an adaptation of a Margarita into a Jelly Shot.
  2. Look for it in the liquor section with things like grenadine and margarita salt.
  3. As a teenager, Margarita Cansino worked as a dancer at the Foreign Club, in Tijuana, where she supposedly inspired a bartender.
  4. Often, Triple Sec is replaced with other types of orange-flavored liqueur, such as Patr-n Citr-nge, or the Blue Cura-ao, yielding the blue margarita.
  5. Pounds of coarse salt used annually to rim margarita glasses at Abuelo’s Mexican Food Embassy restaurants.


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