Tequila

Skinny Girl Margarita

The Margarita is most likely the number one requested summer cocktail. The problem is that very few people actually enjoy a genuine Margarita. Early in its history it was a simple drink--related to the Daisy class of alcoholic drinks--which consisted of tequila, triple sec, lime and salt. Sadly, over the last 30 years, this… [Continue]

Patron Anejo Tequila

patron tequilaTequila is a schizophrenic spirit. On one hand, it is some people's worst nightmare, on the other hand it can be regarded as a super premium spirit to be savored and enjoyed like the finest of scotches. Patron 100% agave tequila falls into the later category. This tequila… [Continue]

Don Eduardo Tequila

don eduardo tequilaSometimes described as "white lightning", tequila has developed a reputation of being a spirit that's harsh and unsophisticated. Maybe many years ago the production standards were not what they are today, or maybe the really… [Continue]

Long Island Iced Tea

The Genesis of Tequila’s Bad Name?

While researching some drink history in old newspaper archives, I came across this great article/story about tequila. Though I'm sure it was written in a humorous "tongue-in-cheek" style, it doesn't paint tequila in a very good light. However, we have all heard the stories about how tequila causes hallucinations and crazy stuff happens when people drink it, but there has never… [Continue]

Diablo Cocktail

Margarita Cocktail

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