@DrJenGunter 2oz tequila
1 oz Cointreau
1 oz lime juice
.5 oz egg white
.25 oz simple syrup
Shake once no ice, reshake with ice, pour entire thing into a half salted rimmed glass. I also like adding green strawberry bitters on top
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Since 2020 is a bust, let's go back to 1920 and enjoy a classic libation. Like life itself, the sidecar is all about the balance between influential forces (cognac), sweet (Cointreau) and sour (lemon juice).
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Cocktail of the evening...a simple oldie but goodie: The Kamikaze
2 ozs Vodka
2 ozs Cointreau
1 1/2 ozs fresh lime juice (supposed to go equal amounts but the less tart, the better)
Tasty, or as my wife once said after one of these, fgdgrruub45$&#~.
2.5 ounces cognac or bourbon
1.5 ounce Cointreau orange liqueur
1 ounce lemon juice
Lemon or orange twist
Shake or stir ingredients with ice. Strain into a cocktail class with a sugar-coated rim.
@footyDoc@RyanMarino@MHPoison1@DrJenGunter 2 cans of Minutemaid Limeade with about 2/3 of the water it calls for
Well to premium silver or gold tequila 2:1 with Cointreau
Shake with ice and strain or pour over ice
Kosher salt rim
Garnish with lime wheel or jalapeño.
@_CherylEtchison@DrJenGunter Yeah this is the college kid version. Steer clear and use real, fresh ingredients and Cointreau, not Triple Sec. Blood oranges can be a nice addition. Salt, rocks, not slushies.
@FriendlyAshley@openapple I’ve been doing tequila, Cointreau, simple syrup and grapefruit or watermelon juice with a Chile salt rim. Sometimes adding some lime juice but always a little fresh lime juice so I can salt the rim. Half as much syrup as Cointreau and twice as much tequila as Cointreau. As much
Nope. 1-1-3: 1 oz Fresh squeezed lime juice, 1 oz Cointreau, 3 oz Tequila. Make a pitcher by multiplying the above by 3. Pour it all over SMALL ice cubes and SHAKE 50 times. Let that sit then strain into a glass with 1 LARGE ICE cube. (Use Cointreau to salt the rim of the glass) https://t.co/opvP5iTLVo