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That Royal Feeling

Posted by Arctic Wolf on February 1, 2011

You are probably familiar with the traditional Tequila recipe, The Margarita.  I gave this cocktail a little twist, by introducing  Louis Alexandre Grand Marnier into the recipe rather than Triple Sec.  This premium Grand Marnier adds a touch of  sophistication to the classic Margarita.

Royal Alexander Margarita

1 1/2  oz  Silver Tequila (I recommend Paqui or Herencia)
3/4  oz     Louis Alexandre Grand Marnier
1/2  oz      Lime Juice (fresh squeezed)

Rub the rim of the glass with a lime slice.
Rim the outside of the glass with salt.
Shake the other ingredients with ice.
Carefully pour into the salted glass.
Garnish with a lime and serve over ice.

Delicious!!

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One Response to “That Royal Feeling”

  1. Derrick said

    i love it

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