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Cocktails & Spirits

How do you make frozen margarita like Dallas BBQ?

Ramius | Jul 12, 201201:33 PM     25

I´ve tried and tried many times now to make frozen margarita. If you feel the video recipe to the right is bullshit, then this thread is for you.

I have completely ditched the fresh lime, because it sucks. I first discovered this drink when I visited Dallas BBQ in Manhattan.

Their version have these intense flavour. Problem is, how? When you have a drink thats filled with blended ice, that is basically watered down. How do you preserve the intense flavour?

I´ve already tried with lime and lemon syrup, as well as some types of margarita mixes, and they do take me one step closer to achieving that taste, but not fully.

And if I use too much syrup, then the water content is too high, and the drink separates.

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