Tequila Shot for the Tequila Enthusiast

"Fantastic tequila popper for those who would like to have something other than the traditional lime and salt chaser..... Absolutley to-die-for-DELICIOUS!!!"
 
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Ready In:
2mins
Ingredients:
4
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Mix together sugar and cinnamon on plate.
  • Pour tequila into shot glasses.
  • Enjoy tequila followed by orange slices dredged/dipped in sugar mixture.

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Reviews

  1. MadiAnn
    These are called Bernies up in Door County Wisconsin! Really Awesome!
     
  2. Jessi Leigh
    We tried this last night and it was a big hit. We may never use lemons again. Highly recommended if you enjoy doing Tequila shots! The sweetness of the orange and sugar definitely mellows out the Tequila. Yum!
     
  3. COOTS777
    This was delicious. I have always liked tequila w/orange slices instead of lemon or lime but never thought of adding the sugar and cinnamon. I even used the pourable splenda that is used just like regular sugar and it was delicous.
     
  4. ncmysteryshopper
    Loved this shot!! The orange is such a refreshing change! The sweetness of the sugar orange drastically cuts the bite of the Tequila! This is my favorite way to shoot Agave!!!
     
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  1. COOTS777
    This was delicious. I have always liked tequila w/orange slices instead of lemon or lime but never thought of adding the sugar and cinnamon. I even used the pourable splenda that is used just like regular sugar and it was delicous.
     

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