The beautiful, inviting Naked and Famous was created by borrowing bits and pieces of a pre-prohibition classic and another modern favorite.
Traversing the margarita trail is an eye-opening experience. We chased the rainbow from sunup to sundown until we reached trail’s end.
A Devil’s Margarita is different and like an apple in the Garden of Eden will tempt you to have another. Clutch your protective amulet and drink up!
I promise not to use cliches as I describe a peach margarita. To do so would be totally gratuitous and unacceptable. I’ll leave it at…delicious.
A Prickly Pear Margarita may be the most beautiful of all, and we have the opuntia cactus with its tuna to thank for that!
The deep color and raspberry-citrus flavor of the Blood Orange Margarita is unforgettable. It’s at home on a desert mesa, savored while watching the sunset.
A strawberry margarita is especially refreshing in summertime. Follow me as we explore all the deliciously different flavors of your favorite cocktail.
A Lavender Margarita is both elegant and potent. With a generous pour and the delicate aroma it’s suitable for black tie dinners and casual affairs.
One sip of a turquoise margarita will transport you to a faraway place, with a gentle island breeze that melts your cares away.
Use my Beginners Guide to Infusing Spirits to channel your mad chemist desires and create some fresh, unique flavors for your cocktails.
The Little Flag known locally as La Banderita. It is the local way to enjoy Tequila or Mezcal and so named for it’s green, white and red tri-color replication of the Mexican flag. Three shot glasses, the first with fresh lime juice, the second with Union Mezcal, and the third with St. Regis sangrita were set before us. We then proceeded to toast our arrival in Mexico and sip from left to right, repeating the process until the three glasses were empty. Tempting as it was to have a second, it was time to depart for dinner.