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Old 22-01-2009, 08:57   #16
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Equal parts tequila and triple sec (about 1 ounce)
2 Ounces of Rosie's lime cordial. Shake with crshed ice.

But I am looking forward to trying ALL of the other recipes!

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Old 22-01-2009, 09:22   #17
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All the recipeeeees taste great. I tried them all (last evening) hic. I do like to add a splash of sprite to sweeten it up just a fuzz. After all, it's just lemon, lime and sugar water. Wow....just wow, what I'll do in the interest of the science of mixology. My head!!
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Old 22-01-2009, 22:43   #18
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Originally Posted by bstreep View Post
For the very best, swap out the Triple Sec or Gran Marnier with Cointreau. It's expensive, but REALLY makes a margarita.
Bill, I dont mean to be disagreeable but, Cointreau is just over priced triple sec. Gran Marnier makes a much better margarita and unfortuantely is more expensive.
Do a taste test and I think you will agree.
I've been in buisness since 1989 and whenever were serving Margaritas everyone tells us its the best they have ever had. This is largely in part because you cant get a good Margarita at the majority of establesments. They use pre-maid bar lemon or sour mix and its just not the same as fresh citrus and simple syrup.
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Old 22-01-2009, 23:12   #19
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You buy canned tequila? Heavens forbid!
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Old 23-01-2009, 12:34   #20
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quidam, we'll have to agree to disagree...

Cointreau is just so far superior to Triple Sec...
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