Sour Apple Margarita Recipe

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A sour apple margarita is typically made with tequila, apple pucker, sour mix and a piece of lime for garnish. Learn about the similarities between a sour apple margarita and an apple martini with help from a professional bartender and bartending instructor in this free video on a sour apple margarita recipe.

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Video Transcript

Hi, this is Lauden Vergara and I'm with ABC Bartending School here in Miami, Florida. In this clip I'm going to show you how to make a Sour Apple Margarita. Now a Margarita is normally a Mexican drink; tequila, triple sec, some sour mix and you're good to go. But we're going to spice it up a little different 'cause we're in Miami and that's what we do here. Okay, so we're going to start off with your glass; okay; and then we're going to get some ice in there. We're going to get some vodka; oh sorry; tequila; I'll pour about four seconds in there. Apple pucker; pour about two counts in there. Then we're going to pour some sour mix. This is very similar to the Apple Martini; just replacing the vodka with a little tequila. Go ahead and give this a really good shake. Now you've always hear me saying sour mix. Now what is sour mix. Sour mix is a concentrated lemon lime with frost. It gives you that nice over the top little foam you get there. Now I'm going to get a cutting board; I'm going to cut a piece of lime for your garnish 'cause everything needs a garnish. You got to impress your, a guest; so we're going to go ahead and cut half of that and make a little half moon there. See a little; put it on the side and voila. And this the difference between this one and a regular Margarita; this is a little sour apple. So gives you a little different fling. Somewhere in South Beach, you can enjoy this a lot. In Miami we'd like to do a lot of variations; we like to spice it up and the Sour Apple Margarita is a nice way of doing so. So thank you very much for watching. I'll see you soon.


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