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This tropical, spicy margarita was created at Public in New York City, but it’s a fitting way to beat the heat any time the mercury’s rising.
What to buy: Guava nectar is available in health food stores and Latin groceries. You can also get it online.
Game plan: The “Red Chile” in this drink’s name comes from homemade Chile-Infused Tequila. Be sure you make it a couple of days in advance to get that spicy kick this cocktail deserves.
This recipe was featured as part of our Cinco de Mayo cocktail menu.
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