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How Tommy’s Mexican Restaurant highlights quality Tequila in its margaritas

Melanie Wong | Jan 5, 202008:19 PM    

" . . . Bermejo creates his greatest alcoholic fresco, the Tommy’s Margarita, by using pure agave nectar and fresh-squeezed lime juice to highlight, not hide, his high-quality Tequilas. Restrained sweetness and a calibrated sour punch provide an easy-drinking frame through which diners can appreciate the flavors captured by each Tequila in the course of its journey to the bottle. . . "

Tommy's Mexican Restaurant
5929 Geary Blvd
San Francisco, CA
(415) 387-4747
http://www.tommystequila.com/

Housemade: How Tommy's Mexican Restaurant highlights quality Tequila in its margaritas

Julio Bermejo creates the Tommy’s Margarita by using pure agave nectar and fresh-squeezed lime juice to highlight, not hide, his high-quality Tequilas...

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