Posts Tagged ‘margarita’

Cool Off with the Don Julio Cucumber Mint Margarita

Don Julio Cucumber Mint Margarita While tequila may be Mexico’s national spirit, we’re thrilled to see its popularity recently skyrocket in the United States.  From Margaritas and Bloody Marias to Palomas and Sunrises, tequila cocktails are being served up with regularity at thousands of bars, restaurants and homes across the country. In honor of National Tequila Day on July 24th, […]

Craft Tequila–WTF Does THAT Mean? Part 2

Blurred Lines Throughout Part 1, we employed the use of more adjectives and descriptors to define, describe and distinguish one booze from another in the same category, as well as to give the illusion that it is actually closer to another booze in the leading categories. Words like award-winning, artisanal, small-run, limited-production, hand-crafted, and boutique […]

Alternative Margaritas in Response to the Lime Shortage

Alternative Margaritas Make the Lime Shortage a Non-Issue With the ongoing lime shortage and resulting high prices in fresh limes, people will need to get a bit more creative about their standard Memorial Day Weekend fare.  We’ve decided to dedicate this week to helping you make the most of your tequila this coming holiday weekend. Some […]

Happy National Margarita Day!

Celebrate National Margarita Day! Tequila Aficionado has assembled some of the best Margarita recipes we could find, all in one brilliant collection of recipe cards on Pinterest.   According to Wikipedia: There is no solid proof who invented the Margarita.[5] One of the earliest stories is of the Margarita being invented in 1938 at the […]

Tequila Avion Margaritas For National Margarita Day

Consider these interesting twists on the classic Margarita when you plan your weekend celebrations for National Margarita Day! Spicy Sage Margarita 2 oz. Avión Silver 3/4 oz. Jalapeño-Infused Elderflower Liqueur 1/2 oz. Orange Juice 1/4 oz. Lemon Juice 1/2 oz. Lime Juice 3/4 oz. Simple Syrup 3 Sage Leaves 1 Sage Leaf and Salt for […]