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How to make margaritas


Nicola Sukes from the Voyage of Buck told BBC Good Food: “Blanco tequilas will be more robust, whereas aged tequilas, like reposed, will be a little sweeter, creamier and more caramel-like due to the time they have spent in barrels.”

The sweetener – A classic margarita is sweetened by an orange-based liquor, such as a triple-sec or Cointreau.

You can use any liquor so long as you ensure it is made using fresh ingredients as opposed to artificial flavourings.

Salt – The classic margarita always uses salt on the rim.

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