Let me tell you about the best Margarita you will ever taste. I will be fresh and salty, with hints of lime and orange and lots of other things you wouldn’t normally think of adding to Margarita.
A few years back, I was very much obsessed with Margaritas and probably tried any recipe out there, but I always found that most combinations lacked complexity and that special kick in them, until I came across the recipe of this Margarita. It does require a rather long list of ingredients, I admit, but all of them are absolutely essential to achieve the end result. Eventually, it does also pay off having some stock of Limoncello and Grand Marnier at home, for flavoring or all sorts of other things.
1.5 part lime juice
2 parts tequila
1 part Grand Marnier
1 part Limoncello
1 part Sugar syrup
a splash of orange juice
Process: Before squeezing the juice out of the lime, cut in half and circle the top of the glass, then immediately dip in the salt, shake of the excess.
In a cocktail mixer combine all the other ingredients, give it a good shake, then gently pour into the glass, leaving salt rim intact.