How to make the perfect margarita

Critic Brad A. Johnson tests a dozen different margarita recipes in search of the perfect, fool-proof formula.
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • April 29, 2021
I’m not a bartender but I am a professional drinker. So while I’ll leave the intricate mixology to the folks behind the bar, when I’m at home I do enjoy making margaritas. And for decades, without much thought, I have defaulted to the classic...
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