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I am going to come clean about something: I like the premade Margarita jugs at Costco. There is one in my fridge right now. You can unsubscribe below.
If you are still with me, I'll explain. I enjoy a bad margarita. I like gross stringy Ninja Turtle style cheese pizza, inferior Mexican food, and all the harmful snacks . . .
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Better than Sex...and the city
This next drink for whatever reason gets bartenders in more of a tizzy than the Mojito. If you can learn how to balance a Cosmopolitan you can make anything. Another hazy history drink and I would rather not toss my hat in the ring on where it came from or from whose hands crafted it first but I will tell you this: when . . .
The Lido Deck
A weird summer slammer original of mine. First seen the Whistler in Chicago. The patio go-ers loved these kind of drinks. Slightly funky, full of booze, and salty. Margarita knockoff
In a cobbler shaker:
30 ml Combier
20 ml Batavia Arrack
15 ml Yellow Chartreuse
15 ml Lime . . .
But it doesn't really matter
You know what I am talking about, Triple sec or Curaçao if you like to sound fancy! The stuff that Chili's has been up charging us for in our giant sugar town presidential margaritas for years. Originally produced on the island of Curaçao in the Caribbean Sea, it is a liqueur (pronounced like . . .