Recipe by echo echo
I had these at a friend's house, and they were so good I had to ask for the recipe. She had found it in a magazine, but couldn't remember which one. She had NOT chilled the glasses, but the drinks were just fine anyway. The exact number of servings depends on how much Cointreau is added.
Top Review by ~Nimz~
Awesome drink. I made these up for a friend of mine and he loved them. I did too by the way. A really easy drink to sip on. I used the full 2 cups of Cointreau also and loved it. Be careful when drinking these. It'll snick up on ya. thanks echo.
- 750 ml bottlesilver tequila
- 236.59-473.18 ml Cointreau liqueur or 236.59-473.18 ml triple sec
- 236.59 ml freshly squeezed lime juice, plus
- 59.14 ml freshly squeezed lime juice, for rimming glasses
- 59.14 ml coarse salt
- 3785.0 ml ice cube
Directions See How It's Made
- Just before serving, in a ½-gal pitcher combine the tequila, 1 cup Cointreau,& 1 cup lime juice; taste and add more Cointreau if needed to balance the lime.
- Pour about 1/4 cup lime juice onto one small plate, and 1/4 cup salt onto another.
- Have martini glasses (preferably 5 oz) at hand (chilled, if possible).
- As guests request martinis, invert a glass into the plate with the lime juice to moisten rim, then lightly dip into salt.
- For each drink measure 2 oz (4 Tbs) of the tequila mixture into a cocktail shaker--do up to 3 drinks at a time.
- Add ice cubes (5 standard-size cubes for 1 drink, 8 for 2, 10 for 3).
- Shake vigorously 10-15 seconds and strain into the salt-crusted glasses.
- Replenish the lime juice and salt in dipping plates as needed.