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Bloody Maria Recipe

Bloody Maria Recipe

While the famous Bloody Mary has been nursing hangovers and jump-starting mornings for as long as we can remember, the Bloody Maria adds a Mexican-style spin to the classic drink. Some people follow the Bloody Mary recipe and simply swap out the vodka for tequila, while others call for an entirely new recipe. Our recipe will sit in the middle of those two options; it will closely resemble the Bloody Mary, but we'll add a few extra ingredients to help give it an extra kick. The minor change of swapping out the vodka with tequila makes a noticeable difference by adding a...

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Envy Cocktail Recipe

Envy Cocktail Recipe

The Envy Cocktail is known for its stunning blue-green color and is perfect for an outdoor summer party with its tropical flavors. The best part is that it only requires three common ingredients! It's a great "take me back" drink that reminds the drinker of a relaxing holiday spent on the beach drinking cocktails. The Envy perfectly combines tropical flavors, sweet citrus, and smoky vanilla tequila.

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Paloma Recipe

Paloma Recipe

The classic Paloma cocktail combines tequila and grapefruit to create a tangy and refreshing drink. It's a cousin to the margarita that uses grapefruit instead of lime. This drink is constructed in the glass, meaning you don't need any fancy bar tools to create this drink; just a tall glass and a spoon! The Paloma is traditionally made with grapefruit soda, but you can use freshly squeezed grapefruit juice and soda water if you can't find grapefruit soda. While it isn't necessary to rim the glass with salt, we recommend it as the salt adds a savory quality that blends...

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Christian Bahoura
Tequila Sunrise Recipe

Tequila Sunrise Recipe

The Tequila Sunrise is the perfect summer drink with its striking colors, fitting name, and sweet flavors. To achieve the sunrise look, you must precisely construct this drink, which is accomplished by not stirring after adding the grenadine, so it doesn't mix with the juice. It was created in the early 1970s by bartenders Billy Rice and Bobby Lozoff at the Trident Bar in California. It began its rise to fame when Mick Jagger tried it at a party and like it so much that the band began ordering them at stops during their tour across the country. While you...

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