The word Margarita sounds in Greek like the homonymous flower. The roots are not 100% verified, it may belong to the Daisy’s drink category, with tequila as its main ingredient. Margarita’s ancestor is also considered to be Picador, but its first presentation was in Esquire magazine in 1953. It belongs to the category of Sour Cocktails.It is known for the salt on its rim and the lime wedge. We will find it in different glasses depending on the fashion or the choices of each business.
The usual ratio for our cocktail is 2:1:1, so you can experiment according to the capacity of your glass.
- 50ml Blanco Tequila
- 25ml Fresh Lime Juice
- 25ml Triple Sec
Garnish the rim of the cold coupette or martini glass, by first soaking it with lime and then with salt. Put all our ingredients in the shaker, with ice and shake. Strain into the glass and add a lime wedge to the spout.
Tools & Method
Tools: Shaker, Strainer, Rimmer
Glass: Coupette, Martini
Garnish: Lime wedge, salt
There are Margarita glasses, but we recommend more common glasses. Margarita has also been served in an Old Fashioned glass, with ice, while there are many variations of it.
The recipe was made by Konstantinos Hatziavas, bartender at Recipe Bar