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Black Devil Frozen Matador Tequila Manhattan
Brave Bull (tequila and Kahlua) Margarita Tequila Mockingbird
Changirongo Mexican Ruin Tequila Sunrise
Esoteric Solipsist Montezuma TNT (tequila and Tabasco )
Flat Liner Pope's  

Black Devil
A Black Devil is a tequila based cocktail.
1 1/2 oz. Tequila
12 oz. Coke
Squeeze of Lime
Build over ice in a glass.


Brave Bull
A Brave Bull is a tequila based cocktail.

1 1/2 oz. Tequila
1/2 oz. Kahlua
Build over ice in a Rocks glass.


Esoteric Solipsist
The esoteric solipsist is a cocktail consisting of equal parts Fernet Branca, Pernod, Italian grappa, and tequila.


Flat Liner
The Flat Liner cocktail is made in the following way:
pour 1/2 ounce of tequila into a shot glass
add a few drops of Tabasco sauce, enough to cover the tequila
carefully layer 1/2 ounce of white Sambuca over the Tabasco and tequila.
Due to the potency of all the ingredients this shooter can quickly induce vomiting!


Frozen Matador
A Frozen Matador is a cocktail made with 1 1/2 oz. tequila, 2 oz. pineapple juice, and 1 tbsp. lime juice. These ingredients are mixed with crushed ice in a blender and served with a pineapple stick in an old-fashioned glass.


Tequila Sunrise
Tequila SunriseThe Tequila Sunrise is a drink made by orange juice, grenadine and tequila. It is named after a song by the Eagles.

2 ounces tequila
4 ounces orange juice
1 ounce grenadine
Glassware: Highball glass

Mix the tequila and orange juice in a mix glass with ice cubes, then pour it over in a highball glass with crushed ice cubes. Then top with grenadine, making it sink gradually down in the glass, making the illusion of a sunrise.


The margarita is the most common of tequila-based cocktails. This drink was most likely created at bars of Tijuana or Ciudad Juárez. While they are more commonly served "on the rocks," margaritas are also often served as a frozen or blended drink. Most margaritas are lime flavored, but strawberry or other flavors are not uncommon, especially when frozen.

Margarita is also the Latin word for pearl

Traditional recipe
3 parts of tequila
2 parts orange flavored liqueur (Cointreau, Grand Marnier, Triple Sec, or Curaçao)
1 part of fresh lime juice

A great deal of disagreement still exists regarding the ratio of the cocktail's ingredients. Additionally, alternative recipes are common and include ingredients as diverse as Sprite, lemonade, and orange juice. A popular alternative in bars today includes a substantial measure of sour mix.

Alternative common recipe
1.5 ounces tequila
3.5 ounces sour mix (NOT margarita mix)
1 ounce orange liqueur
1 ounce lime juice

Preparation for "rocks" margarita (over ice cubes)
Moisten rim of glass with lime.
Rotate rim against coarse salt, to salt the outside but not the inside of the rim.
Fill glass with ice cubes.
Combine ingredients in an ice-filled shaker—shake until cold.
Pour contents of shaker into glass.
Garnish with slice or wedge of lime.


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