Extraordinary margaritas are the only way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo


From expensive to rosé, extraordinary margaritas are the best way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. How are you going to salud this weekend?

Come the 5th of May, many people plan to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Extraordinary margaritas can make the Mexican celebration a lot more festive. With bowls of tortilla chips, dip and other Mexican food, a tasty margarita is the perfect pairing. Who’s ready to shake up this cocktail?

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille, Rita Rosé Olé, photo provided by Kurman Communications

A margarita is a classic cocktail. The traditional cocktail combines tequila, lime juice, and orange liqueur. This cocktail can be adapted in many ways. From different fruit juices to bold spices, the margarita adapts to other flavors well.

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While the traditional margarita is always a good choice, sometimes extraordinary margaritas are perfect idea. Why have the same old, when something prettier, pricier or just different can be drunk.

At Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille, the restaurant will be serving the Rita Rosé Olé. Using the Codigo 1530 Rosa Tequila and Case Madero Rosé wine, this cocktail will have Cinco de Mayo celebrations tickled pink.

Instead of big sour notes, the Rita Rosé Olé has a slightly sweeter taste. With berry and stone fruit notes, this margarita tastes like a summer treat. Plus, it can stand up to the decadent, juicy steaks at Perry’s. The Rita Rosé Olé will be available through May 10.

Disarita, photo provided by DISARONNO

If you would rather celebrate Cinco de Mayo at home, a twist on the classic margarita is the Disarita. Made with DISARONNO, this margarita is a blend of bold and sweet. While amaretto is unlikely pairing, the flavor combination is quite nice.

Here’s how to make a Disarita.

"DISARITA1 oz. DISARONNO1 oz. Tequila0.5 oz. Lime Juice0.25 oz. Simple SyrupMethod: Shake all ingredients, strain into a margarita glass. Garnish with lime slice"

If you to make this Cinco de Mayo an extravagant celebration, why not order a $100 margarita. Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar has brought back its $100 Prime Margarita. This margarita uses premium liquors, Tequila Herradura Selección Suprema and Grand Marnier Centenaire, in the cocktail. Served in a Baccarat Diamant Highball glass, this margarita is definitely for the high roller. Luckily, anyone who purchases the super expensive margarita will get to take home the Baccarat glass.

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