There is no argument the margarita is the most popular cocktail in the United States. There are many stories as to its origin, which I will cover, but the popularity of the margarita has stemmed from its simple ingredients, ease of mixing, and refreshing taste.
Margaritas come in a variety of flavors and have a limited number of ingredient substitutions, which make them popular cocktails for parties, relaxing times, and even for nights out on the town.
In addition to the history of the margarita and providing recipes, this book will give you brief instructions for choosing a serving glass, salting or sugaring the rim, how to choose between frozen or on-the-rocks, choosing a garnish, making simple syrup, and converting margaritas to virgin margaritas.
Whether you prefer the original margarita with tequila, triple sec, and lime juice or a more flavorful margarita, such as strawberry, raspberry, watermelon, or key lime, this book has you covered. Also included are some of the more extreme margaritas that include, but not limited to, the jalapeno margarita, Tabasco margarita, and even a margarita made with Jack Daniel’s.
Pour you a fresh margarita, and enjoy reading through this book.