Cinco De Mayo - also known as Battle of Puebla Day - honors the Mexican Army's 1862 victory in the French-Mexican War. And while the History Channel reports it is somewhat of a minor holiday in Mexico, the U.S. has popularized the holiday as a way to celebrate its large Mexican-American population. So today, with the help of Chef Todd Gardiner from Taqueria 27, we are learning a special margarita recipe to help us raise our glasses to our friends with Mexican heritage.
1.5 oz. Lunazul Reposado
.5 oz. Citronage
.5 oz. Grand Marnier
6 oz. Margarita Mix Scoop of Ice Lime Wedge
In a small shaker tin, fill to 1/2 inch below shaker top. Put top and lid on shaker tin, and serve with a salted glass and lime wedge.
Taqueria 27 is back open for dine-in, following strict CDC guidelines including socially distanced tables and increased sanitization of tables , chairs and table-ware. Call ahead, check their Facebook or their website to check for menu changes and updates on hours of operations across all of their locations. You can also order online here.