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The margarita, originating between the 30's... 40's is a comparative adolescent amongst the classics. There are many creation myths associated with this cocktail but a likely origin is that the margarita is merely a variation of the brandy daisy modified and remade with tequila during the prohibition. Incidentally, margarita is Spanish for daisy.


  • 1.5 oz. Don Julio Blanco
  • .5 oz. Orange liqueur
  • 1 oz. Fresh lime juice
  • Lime wedge 


  1. Moisten the rim of Margarita coupe or cocktail glass
  2. Dip the rim into a plate of salt and shake off excess
  3. Measure all ingredients in jigger and add into shaker with ice
  4. Shake vigorously
  5. Strain into glass
  6. Garnish with lime wedge and serve.

Alcohol content: 0.8 fl oz. per serve