A Surprising Summer Recipe

Summer has been knocking on the door for a few weeks now, but seems to have finally let itself in for good. That means Margarita season is now in full swing (though if you don’t know I drink these treats on the rocks year-round, then we’ve clearly never met)!

I introduced some expected and some not-so expected Margarita recipes in preparation of Cinco de Mayo; however 944 Magazine recently posted another one that certainly caught my eye. Enjoy it on this long Memorial Day weekend.

The Pernod Absinthe Margarita

1 and ½ parts Tequila
1 part Hiram Walker Triple Sec
1 part sour mix
½ part Pernod Absinthe
½ fresh squeezed lime
Rock Salt

Add ingredients to a shaker. Shake with ice and strain into an ice-filled margarita glass rimmed with salt. Grate fresh lime on top.

You can find eight other Pernod recipes on 944’s web site, all with great names ranging from The Root of All Evil to Monkey Gland.

Bring on the oooh’s, aaaah’s, and “huh?”s.

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