|Recipe from: hamptonroadshappyhour|
“Shakespeare once penned, "What's in a name?" (Romeo and Juliet), which leads me to ponder the profound and often humorous names given to cocktails. With this drink, my guess would be that the "Salty" certainly refers to the salted rim, and the "Chihuahua" (a state, and city, in Mexico) refers to some of the award winning Tequila distilled in that state. But whatever the origin of the name, we're left with a tasty drink that's definitely worthy of being our featured cocktail... Salty Chihuahua. Cheers!” hamptonroadshappyhour
2 oz. Tequila Blanco
2 oz. Orange Liqueur
4 oz. Grapefruit Juice (any variety)
Grapefruit slice to garnish
To salt the rim:
Wet the rim of any cocktail glass, invert, and tap into the Coarse Salt, set upright, and fill with ice.
For the cocktail:
Combine the 2 spirits and Grapefruit Juice in an ice filled cocktail shaker.
Cover, shake well, and strain into your glass.
Garnish with a slice of Grapefruit
Insert a couple of sipping straws, and start enjoying your delicious... Salty Chihuahua.
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