Roll out the red carpet for Hollywood’s most glamorous night. The 89th Annual Academy Awards are this Sunday, February 26! Take a cue from this Best Picture Nominee, La La Land, and go with “Old Hollywood” themed cocktails…
El Mexicano Reposado 100% Agave Tequila, Cointreau, Grand Marnier, and lime juice make up this all-star marg from La Maestra herself, Blanca Aldaco. Handcrafted and fresh as can be!
Round up the troops! National Margarita Day is THIS Wednesday, February 22nd. To prepare, we’ve sampled our way through a number of tasty fixings from right here in the Lone Star State. ¡Salud!
Chef Johnny Hernandez’s Morenita is a refreshing cocktail with tamarindo, fresh orange juice, Herradura Reposado tequila, and Cointreau with a chile-tamarind rim – perfect for sipping poolside. You might recognize Hernandez from Top Chef season nine.
Made with Ancho Reyes – a spicy/sweet ancho chile liqueur you must try. It adds a unique touch to this classic Milagro margarita! The Anchorita was created by Licorera Ancho Reyes and the CIA in Mexico and inspired from a 1920’s-era recipe.
Who’s ready to rodeo! It’s certainly the season to celebrate in South Texas. My friends over at County Line Bar-B-Q dished on a new slate of cocktail recipes worthy of the Rodeo Hall of Fame…
With a name like ‘Ribs and Whiskey,’ you know you’re in for an experience! This crafty, bourbon based cocktail from my friends at The County Line includes chocolate bitters and a blood orange puree. Yeehaw!
Build the Whirly-Gig from The County Line with Bulleit Rye, Laird’s Applejack, apple cider and simple syrup. Best enjoyed with a plate of puro Texas barbecue!
The Old Smokey is handcrafted with Texas Red River Rye, BBQ bitters, a flamed orange and pit-smoked ice. Delish during rodeo season! Compliments of The County Line.
This famous fixture on Boudro’s cocktail menu is now yours to savor at home! It’s one of my favorite margaritas and certainly packs a punch. Enjoy!