Ingredients needed to make a Texatini
coarse salt (optional)
1.5 ounces Hornitos tequila
1.5 ounces Cointreau
1/3 cup sweet and sour mix
.5 oz Rosie's lime juice
1.5 fluid ounce orange juice
1 cup crushed ice
1 jalapeno-stuffed green olive
Texatini Cocktail Recipe Directions
Salt the rim the of a large, chilled, martini glass.
Combine Hornitos, Cointreau, sweet and sour mix, orange juice, and ice in a shaker. Shake vigorously, and strain into martini glass. Garnish with jalapeno-stuffed green olives.
I found this on a website, while I was looking through different margarita recipes. I changed the recipe a bit because after I started mixing I realized I was shy on s/s mix. We really enjoyed it.
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Sounds refreshing and very flavorful. Great combo. Cool picture.
This is a refreshing twist (in more ways than one) on the good-old margarita. Like @Tedvilla I'd like to try a splash of pineapple in mine as well. Interesting photo. The olive is watching me.
Sounds great. I've been thinking a lot about a stripped down, tequila-based 'tini. lots of food for thought from you all. It also reminds me a bit of a margarita made by a guy in great little bar in NYC that we frequented -- he used real limes and pineapple juice -- it was the juice that sparked that memory. Thanks.
Sounds like an honorable spin-off of my Mexitini. Love the Sauza Hornitios.
How many does that recipe make?