Tequila is sold in three main categories: blanco (silver), reposado (rested), and añejo (aged).
Tequila and grapefruit are found in this not-so-close Sangria cousin.
Almond milk is the base of this cocktail with Mexican flair.
Earthy manuka honey and hot sauce provide the sweetness and spice for this tequila cocktail.
The Matador is a vintage tequila drink that shuns citrus in favor of vermouth and orange curacao.
From a book on frozen treats with liquor comes this recipe for a cucumber spice pop with a bit of a kick.
The El Diablo is a delicious cocktail with tequila, ginger beer, and creme of cassis.
This version of the Hemingway Daiquiri uses tequila instead of rum.
This tequila and honey drink will have you buzzing.
Margaritas in a cube!!!
This cocktail centers on Barenjager, a honey liqueur originally made for bear hunters.
Learn how to tell your reposado from your anejo in this explanatory post about tequila.
Rustic, artisanal mezcals are creating new fans, and those fans are creating new cocktails.
ollowed out strawberries work as a vehicle for a Jell-0 concoction of strawberry gelatin, tequila and a touch of Grand Marnier. Garnished with cute little wedges of lime these little shots...
While we most often associate warm drinks with whiskey and rum, the Hot Buttered Anejo makes the case for tequila.
Move over, margarita mix: The Dragonwell Punch plays well with tequila.
Smooth silver tequila paired with lime juice, rich sherry, and fig jam...
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