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Happy National Margarita Day!

One of my all time favorite drinks!


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I love a good margarite, unfortunatly I have no idea how to make a good one. and jose quervo ones are too friggin sweet




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(but picture a margarita instead of the beer mugs)
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Come to think of it, anyone got any margarita recipes or tips. Lets concoct the perfect margarita.




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How about we have a Margarita night at my place in a couple of weeks?

We can celebrate late this year.

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How about we have a Margarita night at my place in a couple of weeks?
Ohhhhhhhhhh, that sounds like an interesting idea.




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Man, I swear my roomates and I had the greatest margarita recipe of all time. We called it the "5 Shot Margarita." Unfortunately, I was always so damn drunk off them I never wrote down the mix. Seriously, 5 shots of hard alcohol per drink and you could drink them like water. When you talk about liquid panty remover... these were the real deal. All I can remember was vodka, tequila, midori, sweet n sour, and there were a couple other things that I cant figure out for the life of me.

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I have another winner as well. This shit is good too.

1 frozen can of LimeAid
1 same can filled with tequila
1 same can filled with 7up or sprite
1 bottle of Corona
add ice n blend (maybe start with the ice first haha)

I'm pretty sure thats the mix, but not positive. I should start writing this shit down more when im drunk.

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I have another winner as well. This shit is good too.

1 frozen can of LimeAid
1 same can filled with tequila
1 same can filled with 7up or sprite
1 bottle of Corona
add ice n blend (maybe start with the ice first haha)

I'm pretty sure thats the mix, but not positive. I should start writing this shit down more when im drunk.
that sounds good. we should start experimenting and taking notes soon.

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We'll need a designated note taker, I'll bring my gf.
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that sounds good. we should start experimenting and taking notes soon.
Werd. Althought I'm certain that my previous experiments usually involved one recipe test and then binge drinking ensues.

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It's a good girly drink.
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I LOVE margaritas!
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HOOTIE HOOO.. Wink I am there I'll bring some mix

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Man, I swear my roomates and I had the greatest margarita recipe of all time. We called it the "5 Shot Margarita." Unfortunately, I was always so damn drunk off them I never wrote down the mix. Seriously, 5 shots of hard alcohol per drink and you could drink them like water. When you talk about liquid panty remover... these were the real deal. All I can remember was vodka, tequila, midori, sweet n sour, and there were a couple other things that I cant figure out for the life of me.
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I have another winner as well. This shit is good too.

1 frozen can of LimeAid
1 same can filled with tequila
1 same can filled with 7up or sprite
1 bottle of Corona
add ice n blend (maybe start with the ice first haha)

I'm pretty sure thats the mix, but not positive. I should start writing this shit down more when im drunk.
Start testing and figure it out. You have a few weeks.
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Fresh limes are the key. I've used several grades of tequila but the differentiator is not the liquor but the mix.

You all should road trip to San Antonio. Every August we have the Margarita Pour-Off-- all the restaurants and bars compete for San Antonio's best margarita. Good times...as I can remember
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Werd. Althought I'm certain that my previous experiments usually involved one recipe test and then binge drinking ensues.
That's not the designated testing method? That's how I've been doing it.

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Man, I swear my roomates and I had the greatest margarita recipe of all time. We called it the "5 Shot Margarita." Unfortunately, I was always so damn drunk off them I never wrote down the mix. Seriously, 5 shots of hard alcohol per drink and you could drink them like water. When you talk about liquid panty remover... these were the real deal. All I can remember was vodka, tequila, midori, sweet n sour, and there were a couple other things that I cant figure out for the life of me.
Sounds reasonably similar to a Tokyo Tea. Midori, Vodka, Tequila, Triple Sec, Gin, Rum. Definitely a liquid panty remover
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Sounds reasonably similar to a Tokyo Tea. Midori, Vodka, Tequila, Triple Sec, Gin, Rum. Definitely a liquid panty remover

DUDE!!! I think thats it... Triple Sec and maybe Gin to cut some of the sweetness. I'm going to try this immediately. Tokyo Tea huh? I'll have to look into this.

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If I didnt already have 3 margaritas into me I'd be on my way to seans.




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If I didnt already have 3 margaritas into me I'd be on my way to seans.
Screw you all. I want a drink so bad, but I'm doing EIGHT expense reports and then I have to go see Sister Agnes. every f*cking friday.... I hate it.
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Hahahahha Cheers babe!




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Hahahahha Cheers babe!
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Tony you not alone, I can never make a good one either. I even tried prem. stuff and it still is not as good as when I order one while out. We need to find the secret.

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DUDE!!! I think thats it... Triple Sec and maybe Gin to cut some of the sweetness. I'm going to try this immediately. Tokyo Tea huh? I'll have to look into this.
I had a girl introduce it to me after I tried to get her drunk with a modified version of a Melon Bomb (Midori, Malibu, Vodka w/ optional Dew). She was convinced she couldn't taste a single drop of alcohol in the Tokyo Tea with or without Spire/Dew added.
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So, looking forward to the event. I make 4-5 different types of Margarita's. Never had a single complaint. Practice makes perfect. I'l work on a date for this event after the Bash is over with.

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So, looking forward to the event. I make 4-5 different types of Margarita's. Never had a single complaint. Practice makes perfect. I'l work on a date for this event after the Bash is over with.
Just go to a NESBA mid central event. Jason AKA bigkid makes up a nice gas can Margarita. It is tasty and slightly safer than the flamable NITRO mixes.

I think the Margarita,NITRO combo took out several CRs last year at HPT
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