Classic margarita cocktail with lime in old fashion glass. Photo: BigStockPhoto.com
The United States celebrates National Margarita Day on February 22nd each year.
Surveys show that the margarita is the most popular drink ordered in bars and restaurants around the world. The authentic margarita is mixed from Tequila, sour mix and triple sec (sweetened lime juice and Cointreau or Grand Marnier may also be used). Today, about 60 percent of the margaritas consumed are ordered on the rocks and 40 percent are frozen. http://www.tequilasource.com/tequiladrinks/margaritas.htm
Classic margarita with a lime slice. Photo: BigStockPhoto.com
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National Margarita Day
We pay tribute and honor the margarita on this special day of celebration. We so deeply respect and value its place in our history that we have set aside Feb. 22 of every year as National Margarita Day. http://nationalmargaritaday.com/
Waborita Cocktail using Cabo Wabo Tequila
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Waborita Cocktail Photo: Francsico Estrada, PhotoMexico.com • LosCabosMagazine.com
1 ounce fresh lime juice
1 ounce Cointreau
2 ounces Cabo Wabo tequila
Pour salt onto a small plate. Moisten the rim of a large margarita glass with a piece of lime, and dip the rim into the salt. Mix together ingredients in a shaker over ice, strain into the glass, and garnish with lime.
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