This is your next margarita! This festive strawberry margarita has a Corona beer flipped up inside it … which is why they call it a Coronarita or a Mexican Bulldog Margarita. Either way, it is as tasty as it is fun! A delish marg with a beer chaser if you will.
Add the strawberries, ice, tequila, triple sec, lime juice, and agave to a blender. Blend until smooth.
Divide the blended margarita between four stable glasses, such as a pint glass, leaving enough room for the beer bottles.
Flip a Corona bottle up into each one.
This cocktail recipe is a tasty seasonal twist on the Old Fashioned. The drink features roasted oranges, orange bitters, and Rye Whiskey. It makes your house smell ah-may-zing even before you get to drinking.
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Halve your orange (or oranges), depending on how tossed you are planning to get, and roast it for 30 minutes on a parchment-lined baking sheet, running the broiler the last 5 minutes. Be sure to take in how wonderful your house smells. This is my favorite part! FACT: If you’re a whiskey lover like myself, then here’s a weird fact you might want to know. Mountain Dew was invented specifically to mix with whiskey. It’s true! Despite pairing wonderfully with Frito Boats, this dorm room favorite was meant for something greater.
Be sure to let the oranges cool for about 30 minutes before you juice them. Warm orange juice will just melt all the ice and no one wants that!
In a mixing glass, combine juice from the roasted orange halves (3 ounces), 2 ounces of rye whiskey, a dash of orange bitters and ice. Cover and shake the hell out of it for 10 seconds.
Strain in a glass over ice and garnish with fresh rosemary.
Enjoy and let the drunk dialing begin!
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