Whether you like it frozen or on the rocks, we’re showing you how to make the perfect margarita with recipes and tips from the experts at Tallboy Taco and El Segundo Sol. Salud!


Tallboy Taco’s Yuzu Margarita

For their margarita, Tallboy Taco starts with Corazon Tequila, freshly squeezed lemon juice, yuzu juice and agave syrup. The yuzu, a Japanese citrus that is similar to a grapefruit and intensely aromatic, provides the perfect combination of sweet and tart for this refreshing cocktail. Shake it all up, garnish with salt on the rim (if desired) and a wedge of lime, serve over ice, and you’re all set!

Tallboy Taco Signature Margarita

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To download a printable version of the Tallboy Taco’s Yuzu Margarita recipe, click here.


Tallboy Taco’s Yuzu Margarita
Serving size: Makes 6 Margaritas

12 oz. Corazon Tequila
12 oz. Yuzu Sour Mix
Lime wedges to garnish

3 oz. lemon juice
3 oz. yuzu juice
6 oz. agave syrup (2:1 ratio agave nectar to water)

2 oz. Corazon Tequila
2 oz. Yuzu Sour Mix
Lime wedge to garnish

1. Add all ingredients to a shaker with ice, shake and strain over salt-rimmed lowball glass with ice.
2. Garnish with a lime wedge


    tallboy margarita kit

    Prefer to mix up a drink at home? Tallboy Taco’s Casamigos Margarita Kit includes a 375ml bottle of Casamigos tequila, limes, two housemade mixes; Yuzu Sour and Hibiscus Lemonade, plus a tin of lime-tajin salt. Mix and sip your margaritas anywhere – the kit also includes a cocktail jigger and collectable Cantaritos glassware. Cost is $65 plus tax (gratuity not included). Orders must be placed by 9:00 AM the day of pick-up. Order Tallboy Taco’s cocktail kits online.

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    El Segundo Sol’s Frozen Margarita



    For a great frozen margarita, start with quality ingredients. At El Segundo Sol in Las Vegas, blanco tequila, orange liqueur and fresh lime juice is sweetened with just a touch of simple syrup before going into the blender. Start with this simple recipe and add whatever else strikes your fancy – try fruits like mango or strawberries or maybe even a seeded jalapeno for an extra kick!

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    Frozen Margarita

    To download a printable version of the El Segundo Sol Frozen Margarita recipe, click here.


    ¾ oz  Sauza Blanco
    ½ oz  Bauchant Orange Liqueur
    ¼ oz  fresh lime juice
    1 ¼ oz  simple syrup
    3 ¾ oz  water


    1. Use blender to combine Sauza Blanco, Bauchant Orange Liqueur, fresh lime juice, simple syrup and water with ice to create slushy consistency.
    2. Garnish with (optional) salt rim and lime wheel


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