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Margarita: Love Story Behind The Traditional Tequila Cocktail

The story behind this cocktail on Margarita National Day, February 22

By Betti Ortega-Roderick
Published on LatinoLA: February 17, 2012


Margarita: Love Story Behind The Traditional Tequila Cocktail


February 22nd is National Margarita Day and what better way to celebrate America's favorite cocktail with a Jose Cuervo Authentic Light Margarita! This ready-to-serve drink is a perfect guilt free drink that contains less than 95 calories per serving yet satisfies every taste bud.

The margarita was dedicated to a beautiful Mexican Showgirl named Rita de la Rosa in 1938. She caught the eye of a bartender who in return captured her heart with Jose Cuervo and the flavor of Mexican limones. With more than 250 years of expertise, Jose Cuervo continues to capture the hearts of people all around the world with its Authentic Light Margarita.

Jose Cuervo has created a Zero Calorie Mix for the next alternative when creating your own perfect margarita. Its non-alcoholic content and twist of lime gives you the choice of making a virgin margarita or adding the No. 1-selling Tequila in the world, Jose Cuervo Especial Gold.

On National Margarita Day, celebrate responsibly with a Jose Cuervo Authentic Light Margarita.

?íSalud!

Jose Cuervo Zero Calorie Margarita Mix and Especial Gold

1.5 oz. Jose Cuervo Especial Gold
4.5 oz. Jose Cuervo Zero Calorie Margarita Mix
Glass: margarita or rocks
Optional: Muddled fruit: Blueberries, Raspberries or Strawberries

Jose Cuervo Authentic Light Margarita

Jose Cuervo Authentic Light Margarita is made ready-to-serve, using Jose Cuervo Especial Gold, the No. 1-selling Tequila in the world, Triple Sec and a twist of lime.
ÔÇó Glass: rocks or margarita
ÔÇó Fill with ice
ÔÇó Simply pour and enjoy!

Optional: Before pouring, rim your glass with salt.

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