Margarita

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Ingredients:
3
Serves:
1
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ingredients

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directions

  • Rub rim of cocktail glass with rind of lemon or lime, dip rim in salt.
  • Shake ingredients with ice and strain into the salt-rimmed glass.

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  1. tekeve9518
    very nice
     
  2. David W.
    I had my first Margarita in Mexico City over 30 years ago and that recipe is obviously what they used. I abhor those bar Margarita in which they add simple syrup, and other foreign matter. I make them by this recipe every time!
     
  3. Probably This
    The best margaritas are super simple, just like this one! Great as is, and you can make large batches of it for a party--just multiply the ingredients to meet whatever serving you need.
     
  4. Glynn
    Perfect simple recipe. Thanks for posting it!
     
  5. Kamikazee
    This is the classic margarita and its still one of the best, though the amounts are a little off... the recipie as shown makes only 3 ounces, which is tiny. You will have to double all the amounts to fill even a small margarita glass.
     
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