Keep the Margarita Party going with these mouthwatering recipes
La Fête du Rosé’s St. Tropez Margarita:
- 4 ounces of La Fête du Rosé
- 1 ounce of silver tequila
- 1 ounce of fresh lime juice
- 1.5 ounces of simple syrup
- Salt for rimming glass
Directions: Add all ingredients to a tin with ice. Shake. Strain into salt-rimmed glass with ice and enjoy!
Bodega Taqueria y Tequila’s Luau Libre:
- 1.5oz Gem & Bolt Mezcal
- .35oz Chinola Passionfruit Liqueur
- .75oz Agave Syrup
- .75oz Fresh Lime
- 2d Tiki Bitter
Directions: Combine all liquid ingredients in a shaker tin. Add ice. Shake roughly 20 seconds to combine ingredients thoroughly. Strain shook ingredients over fresh ice in a rocks glass. Garnish with a lime wheel.
Tasting Notes: Bright, ripe passion fruit cannot be ignored when imbibing in the Luau! This is a delightfully tart treat to sip on any hot day with such great harmony between Gem + Bolt mezcal and the tropical Chinola. Tropical, Passionfruit Margarita.
Sweet Liberty’s Something Spicy with Tequila
- 1 oz. Milagro Blanco
- ½ oz. Ojo de Tigre mezcal
- ¾ oz. lime juice
- ¾ oz. agave nectar
- 1 oz. mango puree
- Five dashes chili tincture
Directions: Pour straight from the slushie machine and garnish with a lime wheel and a sprinkling of Tajin + small straw.
Tasting Notes: It is a Frozen Spicy Mango Margarita, a fruity take on the classic cocktail. It’s not crazy boozy but strikes a nice balance between the tequila’s vegetal notes and the mezcal’s soft smoky notes. The spice level is subtle; more of a background note, but we can kick it up if the guest wants