Mexican Drink Recipes

Mexican Drink Recipes

Authentic Mexican Drink Recipes

Mexican drinks are one of the best in the world.

Take Tequila for example, which is the traditional Mexican drink that is enjoyed by millions of people in almost all countries around the globe.

You can order Tequila, strait or tequila based cocktails, in the United States, Brazil, Cuba, South Africa, Australia, Japan, Russia and any European country.

Recipe for Tequila Twist

Ingredients:

  • 6 of Tequila
  • 1 oz fresh lime juice
  • 8 oz orange juice
  • Sugar
  • Finely grated rind fromof a lime
  • A couple of strawberries or orange slices
  • Ice for shaker
  • 5-6 shot glasses

    Preparation Time: 3-5 minutes

    Preparation:

    First you need to prepare the serving shot glasses by placing them in the freezer until frosty. Then use a lime to moisten the rim of each shot glass and deep the rim into a plateful of sugar.

    Once you have prepared the glasses you need to combine lime juice, lime rind, orange juice and of course tequila in a shaker and shake it like you mean it for about 20 seconds. Then let is sit for about a minute. After that add ice to shaker and shake it again for about a minute or two and then pour it into each glass (you should have 5-6 shooters).

    Of course before serving you should garnish each glass with the strawberry or an orange slice.

    A side from Tequila and many tequila based cocktails such as Tequila Twist, Margaritas, Strawberry-Lime Cocktail, Chimayo Cocktail and many others, Mexico is also known for its world-class Mexican beer, especially the beer brands of Corona and Sol.

    Due to the very developed and successful beer industry in Mexico, there are many Mexican beer based cocktails that are unique, tasteful and very popular in Mexico and beyond. Therefore the article about Mexican drink recipes cannot be complete without at least one beer based cocktail recipe.

    Recipe for Michelada (Mexican Beer Cocktail)

    Ingredients:

  • cup fresh lime juice
  • 1-2 dashes of hot chili sauce
  • Salt (for the rim)
  • One dash of soy sauce
  • One dash of worcestershire sauce
  • One ice cold dark Mexican beer
  • Beer mug
  • Ice
  • Lime wedge for garnish

    Preparation:

    Of course first you need to prepare the serving glass (the beer mug) by placing it into freezer until frosty and then salting the rim of the glass by wetting the edge with a lime juice and dipping it into a plate with salt on it.

    Fill the beer mug about half way with ice and pour in lime, soy sauce, chili sauce, and worcestershire sauce. Take a spoon and mix it while slowly pouring the beer in the mug and serve it immediately.


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