Tequila with Sangrita: Sit down to any serious meal in Mexico and you'll be offered twin glasses of sipping tequila and sangrita. The latter is a spicy "chaser" based on tomato and orange or lime juice, often with a little chili powder or pickled pepper juice for punch. The presentation might be rounded out with a few radishes, scallions or jicama slices to munch on.
Mango Margaritas: This unique Wolfgang Puck recipe is the perfect beverage for your Cinco de Mayo fiesta
Mock Tequila Sunrise: With the alcohol left out, it's perfect for any kiddie-cocktail hour.
Congarita: This cocktail is like a margarita but much more fruity.
Lavender Margaritas: Both the smell and taste of these margaritas is surprisingly delicious.
Sangria: This delicious drink originated in Spain, but it is popular in the Spanish-speaking world, nonetheless. Red wine, brandy, soda, and fresh fruit combine together to make a ridiculously refreshing beverage for your next party.
Mexican Slush: This alcoholic drink iseasy to sip while sitting in you backyard, pretending you're on a beach in Mexico!
Frozen Margaritas: These should be made a day in advance and can be kept in the freezer through the summer (if they last that long!)
Tequila Ta-Tas: This summer treat is fun for the whole gang. Its beautiful aroma will be the talk of the party.
Non-Alcoholic Margarita Punch: A perfect non-alcoholic lemon-lime carbonated beverage to serve to your guests at any holiday party or intimate gathering.
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