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Tequila Bloody Maria
Recipe by: Christi
1 lemon wedge
optional fresh ground pepper sea salt for glass rim
pinch celery salt
2 tsp ground horseradish
1 1/2 oz 1.5 ounces tequila
8 drops worchestershire sauce
6 drops tabasco sauce
2 tsp fresh lime juice
8 oz tomato juice
1 olives for garnish
1 slice bell pepper for garnish
Rub the lemon wedge along the rim of a glass and discard. Place ground salt and pepper on a saucer. Turn glass upside down and lightly coat the rim. Fill glass with ice. In a separate shaker/pitcher combine remaining ingredients, stir, pour into ice filled glass, and garnish w/ lemon wedge, lime wedge and skewered olive, bell pepper slice.
Revised Title: A Really Yummy Strong Drink
Recipe by: gremlynwulf
5 Or so Ice Cubes
3 oz Vodka
3 oz Tequila
3 oz Lime Juice
1 Mike's Hard Black Raspberry Lemonade
Add all ingredients in a 20 oz glass (i used half cherry vodka and half regular), adding the Mikes last cuz you may have a sip or two left.
Finish off the bottle of mike’s, if there is any 🙂
Stir. Stick in a straw and garnish if you like.
Have a good night!
You’re welcome. (Insert evil laugh here.)
I previously called it something else.. But apparently it offended some people.. So hence the very blah and unoffensive name!!
Donald's Wild Ass Margarita
Recipe by: Alison Donald
1 each Peeled cucumber
5 each Mint leaves
3 oz Tequila
1 oz Orange liqueur
1 oz Elder's Flower
1 oz Simple Syrup
2 small Limes
1 small Lemon
2 cup Ice
Blend together, serve with a slice of lime
Summer sunset cooler
Recipe by: oh_its_real_good
2 cucumbers (for infused tequila)
2 oz cucumber-infused tequila
2 mangos (for infused rum)
1 1/4 oz mango-infused aged rum
2 oz lime juice
1 1/2 oz agave nectar
4 mint leaves
For the infused liquors: peel the cucumbers and mangos. Slice cucumbers in quarters lengthwise, and score a crosshatch pattern in the mangos. Let each sit in its respective 750 ml liquors (rum for mangos, tequila for cukes) 24 hours at room temperature in an air tight container.
Use a cheese cloth to strain the liquors back into their original bottles, or any other you prefer. If you are brave enough to eat the resulting leftover mango you are in for a very boozy treat!
In a shaker, muddle strawberry, mint leaves, and lime juice.
Add agave nectar, rum, tequila, and ice to shaker and shake. Strain into ice filled pint glass and garnish with strawberry and mint. Enjoy!