Tequila & Mezcal

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Blue Margarita

Surf, sun and fun all come together in this popular take on the traditional summer cocktail! While the exact details of the Blue Margarita’s origins are shrouded in mystery, it is generally known to have first appeared in Southern California during the Tiki craze of the early 1960s. Its ocean-like looks and salty-sweet taste were

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Smoky Paloma

Combine tequila and mezcal and imbue your cocktail with a haze in this Smoky Paloma. The two giants of Mexican spirits are going to be mixed together today: tequila and mezcal. Though tequila is the more famous of the pair, more and more sippers are giving mezcal a chance and are pleasantly surprised by the

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Texas Margarita

The Mexican favorite gets the Lone Star treatment in this Texas Margarita—everything you love about the original cocktail but with a splash of orange juice. Texas and Mexico have a special bond. The reason is obvious: they share a long contiguous border, making them closer neighbors than, say, Texas and Louisiana. So it makes sense

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