How To Make The Apple Cider Margarita

Today we’re going to show you how to make the apple cider margarita, a tequila cocktail for the holidays. Of course, the holiday is the celebration of fall or winter when apple cider is in season.

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Today we make the apple cider margarita, probably a recipe served best as a punch to a larger general audience. The Apple Cider Margarita brings a low volume of tequila, probably good for those parties where you’re not looking to get everyone trashed.

While we find the drink a bit subtle on dynamic flavor (obviously the tequila is light in the apple cider margarita because it doesn’t have a lot in each drink) and apple cider dominates the flavor… Dan found the bite of lemon a bit too much for his palate.

How do you like the sour cocktails? The Apple Cider Margarita will definitely land itself in the sour side of the drinks!

Apple Cider Margarita
– 2 oz. Apple Cider
– 1/2 oz. Blanco Tequila
– 1/4 oz. Fresh Lemon Juice
– Cinnamon, Salt, Sugar Rim

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