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Citrónge Margarita Recipe

Citrónge Margarita Recipe


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Give your margarita an authentic twist by using genuine Mexican orange liqueur. This cocktail uses Patrόn Citronge, an orange liqueur made in Jalisco, Mexico. Characterized by its clear, bright color and aroma of fresh, sweet, and bitter oranges with floral notes, this liqueur brings a crisp, orange flavor to your margarita for the perfect balance of sweet and sour, making it the ideal cocktail to serve at your Cinco de Mayo party.

Click here for more of Cinco de Mayo: The Best Drinks

Ingredients

  • Lime wheel for garnish
  • Fresh lime juice
  • Splash of orange juice
  • 2 Ounces Patrón Reposado tequila
  • 1 Ounce Patrón Citrónge orange liqueur

Margarita Recipe Roundup

Patrón Classic Margarita

The tangy lime and salty undertone of the classic Margarita is hard to beat. It’s a cocktail that often tops lists of popular drinks and even has a special day to celebrate its deliciousness—National Margarita Day, February 22. This “holiday” is a great excuse to not only whip up a batch of the classic tequila, lime and orange liqueur formula, but it’s also a fun time to mix it up and try new twists on the theme. To help us raise a glass to the occasion, the folks at Patrón Tequila and 1800 Tequila shared these recipes from classic Margaritas to those that include pineapple, watermelon juice or a dab of marmalade and options that turn up the heat with a splash of hot sauce and a chili pepper. And since the date falls on a Monday this year, we’ll want to start the celebration over the weekend. Cheers!


Classic margarita recipe

Get the party started with this refreshing tequila cocktail.

Ingredients

  • 45 ml tequila (we like Patrón Silver)
  • 15 ml orange-flavoured liqueur (like triple sec or Patrón Citronge Orange)
  • 15 ml fresh lime juice
  • 7 ml simple sugar syrup
  • 1 lime wedge to garnish (optional)
  • 2 tbsp salt (optional, to rim the glass)
  • 1.6 fl oz tequila (we like Patrón Silver)
  • 0.5 fl oz orange-flavoured liqueur (like triple sec or Patrón Citronge Orange)
  • 0.5 fl oz fresh lime juice
  • 0.2 fl oz simple sugar syrup
  • 1 lime wedge to garnish (optional)
  • 2 tbsp salt (optional, to rim the glass)
  • 0.2 cup tequila (we like Patrón Silver)
  • 0.1 cup orange-flavoured liqueur (like triple sec or Patrón Citronge Orange)
  • 0.1 cup fresh lime juice
  • 0 cup simple sugar syrup
  • 1 lime wedge to garnish (optional)
  • 2 tbsp salt (optional, to rim the glass)

Details

  • Cuisine: Mexican
  • Recipe Type: Cocktail
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Preparation Time: 5 mins
  • Cooking Time: 0 mins
  • Serves: 1

Step-by-step

  1. Rim the edge of a glass with salt. Do this by dipping the rim of the glass in a shallow bowl of water or running a cut lime wedge around the rim, then dipping into a shallow bowl of salt.
  2. Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker and shake with ice to chill.
  3. Strain into the salt-rimmed glass.
  4. Garnish with a lime wedge, if using.

This recipe is courtesy of Patrón.

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11 Amazing Margarita Recipes For National Margarita Day

The margarita was invented in 1948 by a Dallas socialite, Margarita Sames, who dreamed up the cocktail for a party she was throwing at her Acapulco vacation home.

Wait. Scratch that. It was actually a Mexican restauranteur, Carlos &ldquoDanny&rdquo Herrera, who created the margarita a decade earlier, in 1938. A woman Herrera knew&mdasha retired chorus girl&mdashwas allergic to many different liquors, but not tequila.

But no, that can&rsquot be true, because the recipe for a margarita&mdashtriple sec, tequila, and lime juice&mdashappeared in the Café Royal Cocktail Book, which was published in 1937. Only in that book, the drink is called a &ldquoPicador.&rdquo

But really, who cares who came up with the drink? Instead of puzzling over its origins, mix up a margarita instead. After all, today is National Margarita Day! Or . . . Picador Day! Whatever. Tequila rocks.

Here are 10 amazing recipes to choose from&mdashsome exotic, some simple, all delicious.

(Unless otherwise noted, you want to shake (not stir) these concoctions and serve over large ice cubes.)


Margarita Amore

1½ ounces Patrón Reposado Tequila
½ ounce Patrón Citrónge Orange
1 ounce apple juice
½ ounce fresh lime juice
½ ounce Valentina-passion fruit syrup (see below)
fresh chili pepper, for garnish

Combine ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice and shake to chill. Strain into a chilled Margarita glass. Garnish with a small chili pepper.

For the Valentina-passion fruit syrup: Combine two parts passion fruit syrup to one part Valentina hot sauce and stir to combine. Store refrigerated.

Summerita


Golden Margarita

Get out your gold tequila for this popular variation of the classic margarita which specifically calls for gold tequila. The recipe is fun to mix up and very easy, so it's perfect for any summer party.

The golden margarita was a very popular recipe before the most recent tequila revival which opened up tequila drinkers' eyes to the possibilities of truly great tequila. A few decades ago, gold tequilas were the norm and Jose Cuervo Especial Gold was the tequila of choice. Today, there are many more options and although gold tequilas are still not the best, there are some decent choices.

That said, don't hesitate to use another type of tequila in this recipe. Blanco tequilas are now the first choice for almost every margarita. Beyond the tequila, this recipe is a lot like the original Margarita, though it does have a bit more of a citrus bite because both lime juice and sour mix are used. While optional, the splash of orange juice helps balance the drink out. It also gives the drink a nice, golden color.

There is yet another version called the golden grand margarita. It is the same as this recipe but specifically ​uses Grand Marnier as the orange liqueur. Otherwise, triple sec, curacao, Cointreau, or any other orange liqueur will do just fine.


Citrónge Margarita Recipe - Recipes

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Pilsner Glass
Garnish: Lime wedge

1 1/4 oz Sauza Hornitos Tequila
3/4 oz Blue Curacao
5 oz sweet & sour mix

Salt rim and pack pilsner glass with ice cubes. Add liquor and sweet & sour. Garnish with lime wedge.

Recipe courtesy of Zocalo Restaurant (now Miguel's Cocina) in Old Town, San Diego, CA. Website: Brigantine Family of Restaurants

Pilsner Glass
Garnish: Lime wedge

2 1/2 oz Azuñia Platinum Tequila
1 oz Azuñia Organic Agave Nectar
1 oz Water
2 oz Freshly Squeezed Lime Juice
Sea Salt (optional)

Combine all ingredients in an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Shake vigorously for 5 seconds and pour into a sea salt-rimmed glass. Garnish with a lime wedge. *For a different variation, try it with Azuñia Reposado Tequila.

Recipe courtesy of Azuñia Tequila. Photo by Ryan Hagel of RCH Designs.
Azuñia Tequila

1 1/2 oz Tequila, 1 oz lime juice or juice of half a lime, 1/2 oz triple sec, Salt-Rimmed Glass. Shake well with ice and strain into cocktail glass. Ice can be left in and served in old-fashioned glass. Garnish with lime wedge.

Pilsner Glass
Garnish: Lime wedge

1 1/4 oz Don Julio Añejo
3/4 oz Citronge
3/4 oz Grand Marnier
5 oz Brig mix

Salt rim and pack glass with ice cubes. Pour in liquor. Pour in Brig mix. Brig mix contains 1 part fresh lime juice, 2 parts fresh orange juice and 5 parts sweet & sour mix. Garnish with lime wedge.

Recipe courtesy of Zocalo Restaurant (now Miguel's Cocina) in Old Town, San Diego, CA.
Website: Brigantine Family of Restaurants

1 1/2 oz tequila, 1/2 oz blue Curacao, 1 tsp triple sec, 1 oz lime juice or juice of half a lime, Salt-Rimmed Glass. Shake well with ice and strain into salt-rimmed cocktail glass. Serve with lime wedge.

Glass: Bucket
Garnish: Lime wedge

1 1/2 oz Cuervo 1800 Tequila
1/2 oz Cointreau
1/2 oz Grand Marnier
2 oz sweet & sour
Bar salt

Rim a bucket glass with lime and coat with salt. Next, fill the glass with ice and set aside. In a shaker with ice combine Tequila, Cointreau, and sweet & sour. Shake well and strain into the glass. Float the Grand Marnier on top. Garnish with lime wedge.

Recipe courtesy of Zocalo Restaurant (now Miguel's Cocina) in Old Town, San Diego, CA.
Website: Brigantine Family of Restaurants

1 1/2 oz tequila, 1 oz peach schnapps, 1 oz blue Curacao, 4 oz sour mix. Shake well with ice and strain into salt-rimmed glass.

Ingredients: 1 1/2 oz white or gold tequila, 1/2 oz triple sec, Juice from 1/2 lime, coarse salt. Combine tequila, triple sec, and lime juice with a good amount of crushed ice in a blender or shaker. Rub the rim of a chilled cocktail glass with a piece of cut lime or water and dip the rim of the glass into a saucer of salt.

Pilsner Glass
Garnish: Lemon slice

1 1/4 oz Herradura Silver Tequila
3/4 oz Midori
4 oz sweet & sour mix

Fill glass with ice. Pour ice into blender. Add liquor and sweet & sour mix. Blend until smooth. Salt rim of pilsner glass. Pour in blended ingredients. Garnish with lemon slice.

Recipe courtesy of Zocalo Restaurant (now Miguel's Cocina) in Old Town, San Diego, CA. Website: Brigantine Family of Restaurants

Jamaica (Hibiscus) Margarita

1 Shot Tequila Tezón Blanco, 2 oz Chilled/Sweet Agua de Jamaica (see below), 1 oz simple syrup, Juice from 1/2 lime. Chill glass. Add ingredients to iced shaker. Shake very well, strain into glass. Garnish with lime wedge. Agua de Jamaica (Hibiscus) Ingredients: 2 cups (2 ounces) Hibiscus flowers and 3/4 cup granulated sugar (or more as desired). Bring 6 cups of water to a boil then add the flowers and the sugar and stir continuously while the mixture boils for one minute. Pour into a noncorrosive bowl and steep for 2 hours. *Note: this flower will stain so do not use a bowl that will stain. Finish: Strain the mixture through a sieve pressing on the flower solids to extract as much liquid as possible. Taste for strength and sweetness. If it is too potent, add water or if too tart add more sugar. Cover and refrigerate until time to serve.

Margarita Glass
Garnish: Lime wedge

2 oz Herradura Reposado Tequila
1/2 oz premium orange liqueur
1 1/2 oz lime juice
1 1/2 oz simple syrup
Bar salt

In a cocktail shaker, add ice, tequila, orange liqueur, lime juice and simple syrup. Roll ingredients and serve in a salt-rimmed Margarita glass. Garnish with lime wedge.
Courtesy: Herradura Tequila

Stem Glass
Garnish: Lime wedge

1 3/4 oz blanco Tequila
3/4 oz Triple Sec
2 1/2 oz sweet & sour
1/2 oz fresh orange juice
1/2 oz fresh lime juice
3 oz Mango Puree
Bar salt

Blend ingredients with ice and pour into salted rim glass. Serve with a lime wedge.

Recipe courtesy of Zocalo Restaurant (now Miguel's Cocina) in Old Town, San Diego, CA. Website: Brigantine Family of Restaurants

1 1/2 oz tequila, 1 oz peach schnapps, 1 tsp triple sec, 1 oz lime juice or juice of half a lime, Salt-Rimmed Glass. Shake well with ice and strain into salt-rimmed cocktail glass. Serve with a lime wedge.

Puro Margarita (All natural)

1 1/2 oz 100% Agave Tequila, 2 tsp Agave Nectar, 2 oz Fresh Squeezed Lime Juice, Bar Salt. Salt the Margarita glass rim (optional). Mix contents (swirl or stir to dissolve Agave nectar). Add enough ice to fill glass. Shake and serve. Garnish with lime wedge.

1 oz tequila, 1/2 oz triple sec, 1/2 oz strawberry schnapps, 1 oz lemon or lime juice, 1 oz fresh or frozen strawberries, bar salt. Shake well with ice and strain into salt-rimmed glass.

Raspberry Margarita de Tezón

2 oz Tequila Tezón Blanco
1 cup fresh raspberries
1/2 oz orange juice
1/2 oz agave nectar
Juice of 1/2 lemon

Blend in blender with ice and serve in a champagne flute.

Gass: Pilsner
Garnish: Lemon Slice

1 1/4 oz Cuervo Gold Tequila
3/4 oz Patron Citronge
3 1/2 oz Brig mix
1/4 oz Grenadine

Fill glass with ice. Pour ice into blender. Add liquor and Brig mix. Brig mix contains 1 part fresh lime juice, 2 parts fresh orange juice and 5 parts sweet & sour mix. Blend until smooth. Salt rim of pilsner glass. Pour in blended ingredients. Garnish with lemon slice.

Recipe courtesy of Zocalo Restaurant (now Miguel's Cocina) in Old Town, San Diego, CA. Website: Brigantine Family of Restaurants


Soursop Margarita

Known to some as the guanabana, and to many as the soursop, this recipe served as my first introduction to the cancer fighting fruit. Having heard again and again of the seasonal fruit’s bitter qualities I figured it would best compliment a margarita. Not a revolutionary idea in the least, although after an hour long Pinterest search I realized never has Patrón Citronge been used, cutting down the percentage of alcohol and combining the scent of tequila and orange liqueur. Additionally, while many recipes call for sugar to be added to the blend the below only calls for sugar to brush the rim. The result is a cocktail with a sweet beginning and a sour ending. Much like many of my relationships in my early twenties.

| Ingredients |
1 soft, ripe soursop, about 1 lb.
1 1/2 cups of water
1/4 cup freshly squeezed lime juice
1/4 cup freshly squeeze lemon juice
3/4 cup Patrón Citronge
1 cup of crushed ice
1 lime wedge
Brown or fine grain sugar for rim

| Instructions |
1. Peel the skin of the ripe soursop and discard the skin. Cut the fruit in half lengthwise and remove the fibrous core and all of the seeds. To determine whether your soursop is ripe enough, you should be able to easily peel it with your fingers.
2. Place Soursop and Water in to a blender and blend.
3. Add Patron Citronge, Ice and fresh squeezed Lime and Lemon juice to blender and blend.
4. Using a knife create a groove in the lime wedge – see below – then insert the rim of the glass in to the groove and run around the edge.
5. Dip glass in to sugar, add blend and serve.


Here's our take on a classic margarita, no sour mix needed. The bright tartness from the lime plus the sweetness of the agave nectar blend to make a perfectly-balanced cocktail. The best thing about this margarita -- aside from its simplicity -- is that you can riff off of this basic formula. If you want to make a strawberry margarita, puree up some fresh strawberries and try various measurements to get your desired sweetness. Swap in some mezcal for a smokier taste. The possibilites are endless!

This recipe was submitted by Ashley Twist Cole, Editor-in-Chief, and is borrowed from a family friend, Tommy West.


Charred Citrus Margarita Cocktail Recipe

If you ask me, a classic Cadillac Margarita is always a good idea. Maybe it's the fact that growing up in California has made me partial to all things citrus.

If you ask me, a classic Cadillac Margarita is always a good idea. Maybe it's the fact that growing up in California has made me partial to all things citrus but that dash of orange liquer makes a margarita a little more especial IMO.

But sometimes you need a twist on a classic. Well, if you're looking for a twist on the classic Cadillac Margarita, this is it. Citrus gets charred over an open flame for a twist on the classic cocktail recipe. The idea for this came about because, well, one of the most classic flavors in Mexico is char - see: all the toasted ingredients in mole, charred tlayudas, or flame-licked carne asada - and it's high time that flavor came into the margarita world.

The addition of the charred fruit adds a little something something that makes an otherwise classic top shelf margarita recipe even more exciting. By the way, you could make this margarita with a variety of citrus from cara cara oranges to grapefruit, but, of you can get your hand on larger tangerines or satsumas, definitely save a few to make this recipe -- their slight sweetness really makes this margarita!



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    whether there are analogues?

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