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Wink's Margarita Recipe (by Site Owner Request)

Wink's Traditional Margarita Recipe
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18oz – Cuervo Gold or Silver (May substitute Patron, or similar, but NO Sauza, Sauza ruins it)
8 oz – Triple Sec (may substitute Grand Marnier or Cointreau)
8 oz - Rose’s Lime Juice
6 oz – Orange Juice
12 oz – Cuervo Margarita Mix or Finest Call Margarita Mix (NOT Sauza mix, ruins it!)

Note: Yes, I know it looks a little orange, once blended frozen, it looks greener.

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Mix ingredients, shake. Now you have enough Margaritas mixed for a small party. (13 Margaritas)

Portions –
Pour 4 oz. per drink for a standard Margarita glass. (I make them three at a time, so 12 Ounces)
Don’t make more than 3 (three) at a time in the Blender it will be full with 3.
Add Crushed Ice (or shaved preferred) about half way up the blender.
Blend on high, shake and mix as necessary.
Add more ice, blend until it is almost too thick to pour.

Serving -
Take a slice of lime and rim the glass.
Dip rim in Margarita salt (you can use Sugar if you prefer, the salt actually works better with the Tequila)
Fill glass
Start Drinking the first one.
Start making the next batch.
Rinse, repeat.


Wink's Strawberry Margarita Recipe
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18oz – Cuervo Gold or Silver (May substitute Patron, or similar, but NO Sauza, Sauza ruins it)
8 oz – Triple Sec (may substitute Grand Marnier or Cointreau)
8 oz - Rose’s Lime Juice
6 oz – Orange Juice
12 oz – Cuervo Strawberry Margarita Mix or Finest Call Strawberry Margarita Mix (NOT Sauza mix, ruins it!)


Portions –
Pour 4 oz. per drink for a standard Margarita glass. (I make them three at a time, so 12 Ounces)
Don’t make more than 3 (three) at a time in the Blender it will be full with 3.
Add Crushed Ice (or shaved preferred) about half way up the blender.
Blend on high, shake and mix as necessary.
Add more ice, blend until it is almost too thick to pour.

Serving -
Take a slice of Orange and rim the glass.
Dip rim in SUGAR, make sure you have a GOOD coating
Fill glass
Start Drinking the first one.
Start making the next batch.
Rinse, repeat.


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I usually mix up three batches before having folks over. 2 Regular batches, and 1 Strawberry batch for the women (and Greg).
Three batches makes about 50 drinks.

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Any of you have any Margarita Recipes of your own to share? I'd love to have you over and compare recipes!

Share away!

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I just drank three... yep, recipe is correct. Quality confirmed!!

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My favorite - labor intensive.

Ingredients
2 ounces 100 percent agave silver/blanco tequila, divided
1 tablespoon kosher salt
4 limes, divided
1/2 small Hamlin or Valencia orange
2 tablespoons light agave nectar
3/4 cup ice cubes, about 3 to 4
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Pour 1/2-ounce of the tequila into a small saucer. Spread the kosher salt in a separate small saucer. Dip the rim of a martini or other wide rimmed glass into the tequila. Lift out of the tequila and hold upside down for 10 seconds to allow for slight evaporation. Next, dip the glass into the salt to coat the rim. Set aside.

Halve 2 of the limes, cut a thin slice for garnish from 1, and set aside. Juice the halved limes into the bottom of a Boston-style cocktail shaker. Cut the remaining 2 limes and the orange into quarters and add them to the juice in the shaker. Add the agave nectar to and muddle for 2 minutes until the juices are release. Strain the juice mixture through a cocktail strainer into the top of the shaker and discard the solids.

Return the juice to the bottom of the shaker, add the remaining 1 1/2 ounces of tequila and any remaining on the saucer. Add the ice to the shaker, cover and shake for 30 seconds. Strain the mixture through a cocktail strainer into the prepared glass, garnish with reserved lime slice, and serve immediately.

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Any of you have any Margarita Recipes of your own to share? I'd love to have you over and compare recipes!

Share away!
I have my own personal recipe that I've had a lot of success with, it goes like this most nights I make them...

Ingredients:
1. Some generic margarita mix
2. Crappy Tequila

Mix them together, dump a bunch of ice in the blender, swear at it because they aren't turning out good, drink them any way, get pissed off trying to make the next batch because the blender is getting more and more complicated to work as the night goes on, say "fuck you" to my guests, go out on the balcony with the bottle of tequila, chug it, take my pants off, hope I wake up for work the next day.

Usually works out pretty well for me

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Wink's Margarita Recipe (by Site Owner Request)

Doesn't anyone drink them on the rocks? Frozen margaritas are so 1990's. LMAO

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Doesn't anyone drink them on the rocks? Frozen margaritas are so 1990's. LMAO
Rocks...

My favorite place for them is Rito's in Aurora on Montgomery/83rd just east of the EJ&J (now CN) tracks...

Get the 'special' margarita...

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Doesn't anyone drink them on the rocks? Frozen margaritas are so 1990's. LMAO
Only on the rocks. See the recipe i posted. Its excellent. we tried getting around and use just the juice instead of muddling it, but it needs to be muddled

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Rocks...

My favorite place for them is Rito's in Aurora on Montgomery/83rd just east of the EJ&J (now CN) tracks...

Get the 'special' margarita...
Is this a food place as well and if so would you recommend?

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Only on the rocks. See the recipe i posted. Its excellent. we tried getting around and use just the juice instead of muddling it, but it needs to be muddled
I just scrolled past your recipe because you said it was labor intensive and now that I read it, yes, it requires too much work. But thanks for sharing, my wife is up for playing bartender sometimes so will give her a copy to try out. lmao:

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Not as simple as Noodles' recipe, but we like it.

Margarita Recipe

3 shots mix
1 shot tequila
shot grand marnier
1/8 shot of lime juice

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Is this a food place as well and if so would you recommend?
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Mexican rest. Awesome food, awesome drinks and great staff.
Thanks, a hell of a drive for me on a regular basis, but we meet up half way with friends that live in the boonies, and this should be a great choice.

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Thursdays are half-priced margarita nights, just FYI...

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Doesn't anyone drink them on the rocks? Frozen margaritas are so 1990's. LMAO
That's the only way the woman and I will drink them. Not really a fan of the frozen.

Where are y'all finding Agave Nectar?

All this margarita talk is making me thirsty. Think I'll pick up a bottle of El Jimador on the way home! (cheapest pure agave stuff I've found)

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Not as simple as Noodles' recipe, but we like it.

Margarita Recipe

3 shots mix
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shot grand marnier
1/8 shot of lime juice
That's pretty much mine as well. On the rocks.

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Winks are FABULOUS. it took everything I had to not have 6 more that night as I had to drive home.

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Where are y'all finding Agave Nectar?
Costco.

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Loki, that is a GREAT recipe. I have seen that one before, and it works out well.

I usually prefer frozen for only one reason. It slows me down. I could drink too many Margs too fast if it is on the rocks.

Agave - We buy at CostCo.

As far as Muddling, I make Caipirinhas with muddling and it makes a HUGE difference muddling with Agave instead of simple syrup.

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Winks are FABULOUS. it took everything I had to not have 6 more that night as I had to drive home.

Cant wait to get one of those machines.
I going to ask if you got a machine yet..


They are good, as I think I had 3 myself.....

What is the part number of this machine, I may go on a spending spree....

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Found some Agave nectar at Whole Foods.

Just tried this

4oz El Jimador
2oz Key Lime juice
1oz OJ
2 tsp Agave Nectar

took a lime wedge, squeezed out the juice and threw it in.

OMFG. That's a damn good drink.

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They are good, as I think I had 3 myself.....

What is the part number of this machine, I may go on a spending spree....

This is the one that I have: http://www.margaritavillecargo.com/p....aspx?pid=1377



If you wanna go on a SPREE... this is the top: http://www.margaritavillecargo.com/p....aspx?pid=1376


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Found some Agave nectar at Whole Foods.

Just tried this

4oz El Jimador
2oz Key Lime juice
1oz OJ
2 tsp Agave Nectar

took a lime wedge, squeezed out the juice and threw it in.

OMFG. That's a damn good drink.

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This is the one that I have: http://www.margaritavillecargo.com/p....aspx?pid=1377



If you wanna go on a SPREE... this is the top: http://www.margaritavillecargo.com/p....aspx?pid=1376

Holy crap. I was in a Tuesday Morning like a year ago and they had em for $50 bucks. I assumed there were pieces of shit. I guess FYI hunt around for 'em

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Holy crap. I was in a Tuesday Morning like a year ago and they had em for $50 bucks. I assumed there were pieces of shit. I guess FYI hunt around for 'em
If I would have seen them at that price I would have bought 5-10 as gifts. That is one HECK of a deal!

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Holy crap. I was in a Tuesday Morning like a year ago and they had em for $5...
If I would have seen them at that price I would have bought 5-10 as gifts. That is one HECK of a deal!
I'll make a special trip and let you know

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Greatly appreciated!

BTW - they make a lower end one... it might have been that one. This one is normally $300, on sale for $199



STILL, a HECK of a deal at $50

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