Not quite sure what made this margarita “skinny”, but it tasted pretty good! Perhaps it’s because they didn’t use any sugary margarita mix. They serve it in a huge glass so I’m sure the large quantity negates any “skinny” promises.
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. I got a little scared going up this thing! I have a tiny fear of heights.
So I’ve recently returned from an 11-day trip to Puerto Rico/cruise to the southern Caribbean. I gladly didn’t have internet during the trip, but now I’m completely slammed with a huge backlog of posts that I need to complete. I also couldn’t post anything for Project 365 so this is what I’m gonna do from now on. I won’t be posting a pic from that particular day for my Project 365 posts, but I will continue to use these posts as journal/daily entries. I’ll try to catch up on all my posts, but please be patient. 🙂
7 spice margarita – Don Julio Blanco tequila, cucumber, agave, lime juice, togarashi spice. $12 Hecho, San Francisco
I loved this margarita! It was nice and spicy and so flavorful!
Hecho margarita – Partida Reposado tequila, fresh lime and agave nectar. $10
This margarita was a bit boring compared to the 7 spice margarita. There also wasn’t very much tequila so it lacked any kind of punch.
I enjoyed these cocktails at Fish & Farm but I don’t think they were worth $12 a pop. You can get delicious, more intricate cocktails and other places for less money. And you’ll get larger pours! Fish & Farm, San Francisco
Chile and agave nectar sauce, sprinkled with chives and served with carrots, celery, and ranch. $5 happy hour Hog & Rocks, San Francisco
Yet another amazing happy hour value at Hog & Rocks.! I’m not suer that the chile and agave nectar sauce really stood out though. It didn’t have a very defined flavor. In fact, it tasted pretty light and mellow – if that’s possible with chicken wings. You certainly get a lot of wings for five bucks, but in terms of flavor I don’t think I’ll be ordering these again (and they were cold!).