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Old 06-05-2007, 08:15 PM   #1
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Dave's So-Smooth Margarita

I just grabbed a bunch of margarita stuff on a whim today, but it turned out to be a really great combination!

Line your margarita glass rim with salt, and fill almost to the top with ice. Then fill with this simple mix:

6 parts Cuervo Margarita Mix
5 parts Cuerco Oranj Tequila
3 parts Triple Sec
juice of 1/2 a lime

Now something to consider: my margarita glasses are enormous, so each 1 "part" for me was measured by a shot glass. So it can also be listed as:

6 shots Cuervo Lime Margarita mix
5 shots Cuervo Oranj Teuquila
3 shots Triple Sec
juice of 1/2 lime

So I guess just adjust your fresh lime juice accordingly. It's a lot of alcohol, but doesn't really have an orange flavor to it, and goes down incredibly smooth.

If nothing else it will get you drunk fast

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