If the responsible amount of alcohol makes you happy, let us remind you that it is almost International Margareta Day (February 22), which is non-partisan on Tuesdays this year. It is one of the oldest cocktail mounds, so we are not sure who invented this mixture of Triple Sequin or Cointreau, lime juice, wine and salted rum, since the thirties Claims are being made. As it is a classic, most bars will be able to connect you, although here are some of the favorite places to do margarita cofing throughout our capital.
This is because our favorite and most authentic Mexican restaurant in the capital should also serve the best margarita. Try all the fruit and frozen varieties that are on their menu, along with their fish baja tacos and Gringa quasadella, along with the peppercorns.
Laith’s latest cocktail tail bar has created a cocktail tail for those who like herbal and smoky things, along with their hawthorn and rosemary margarita, including rosemary infusion from Tapatio Blanco Tequila, lime. Includes juice, agave and hickory smoke.
Visit the new El Cartel Roxburgh or its Teviot branch for a varied selection of frozen fruit margaritas ranging from mango to blood orange, strawberry, josh fruit, or classic lime number for purists.
The bar serves a cocktail called It’s Not a Margarita Suzan, which includes Don Julio Blanco Tequila, agave, Suze (a bitter French aperitif made from gentian leaf), fresh grapes and lemon juice. For those who like sour tastes, this is an extra mouth-watering treat.
This time the homemade margarita, which serves vegan and vegetarian food through Lucky Pig, is Tommy’s margarita, which converts triple seconds into agave syrup for a smoother drink. Their variations are also orange bitter, and are served with pepper and lime salt.
This city center bar can make you a classic treadmill, competing with Margarita, but replacing the triple-second ingredients with apricot brandy.
Edinburgh’s latest cocktail tail bar, with its neon horse’s head in the window, can make you a margarita, or you can try their theme, the awesome title, I Oughta Choke You, £ 10.50. “Go up Margarita, this straight up libido is here to compete with the wine,” he says on his menu, describing this blend of El Savino Reposado, Senar, Yellow Chartreuse, Lime and Ague.
With a menu of huevos rancheros, fajitas and churros, this 20-year-old down bar offers El Classico margaritas, built with El Jimador Tequila. They also combine Uno Mezcal, pamplemousse, grapefruit, lime and agave with Tommy’s Margarita, or Smoky Mezcal Paloma.
We meet Scotland Cocktail, The Devil from Margarita-Ash Mexico, in this secret bottom bar, which includes Altos Plata Tequila, Bruxo X Mezcal, Buckfast, Blackberries, Lime Juice, Egg White, Ginger Syrup and Pepper is included.