Confessions of a Mixologist: The Pearl
The real MVP in this cocktail is the Combier Pamplemousse. It gets its flavor and light pink color by steeping red grapefruit in neutral alcohol. Pretty cool, huh? Typically paired with Champagne, Bartender Brittney decided to mix it with tequila. The Pearl is the ultimate patio sipper and is as simple and delicious as it gets.
Build in rocks glass over a big ice cube. Garnish with a lime wheel.
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There's a reason that when you think Mexican food, the first cocktail that comes to mind is the margarita. The citrus and sweet character is a timeless match with spicy, salty, saucy Mexican cuisine. If you're looking to impress, these two tips will help you make the perfect, crowd-pleasing margarita.Learn more