Inspired by the scene in 10 Things I Hate About You in which Julia Stiles does a shot of tequila and performs a table dance to Biggie Smalls' classic "Hypnotize."
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mexican mule
If you appreciate a good cocktail, you’ve likely had a Moscow mule with vodka, ginger beer and lime in a shiny copper mug. Try it with tequila instead and you’ve got yourself a Mexican mule.This recipe is courtesy of Reed’s Ginger Beer.
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MARGARITA
Want to add a festive beverage to your meal? A typical frozen margarita from a restaurant provides upwards of 600 calories and 120 grams of carbohydrates. To cut back on calories and carbs, try a margarita on the rocks made with tequila, zero-calorie sparkling water, and fresh-squeezed lime juice. This change eliminates nearly all carbohydrates and reduces calorie intake to less than 100.This recipe is provided by Jennifer Christman, RDN, LDN, CPT at Medifast.
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Smoke on Tequila
Are you looking for a cocktail that will set your party apart from the rest? Wow your guests with this unique recipe featuring smoked grapefruit and the tequila-flavored beer called Oculto.This recipe is courtesy of Oculto.
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Hot Chocolate
There are plenty of ways to make hot chocolate boozy, including simply throwing a dollop of Frangelico or Baileys into a cup of hot chocolate mix. This recipe for Spiked Hot Chocolate, however, kicks it up a notch.
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Because when do you not need a Beyoncé shot? Made at TOY Oyster Bar, you can get the Single Ladies-themed shot during the Beyoncé Super Bowl halftime show. 
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tomatillo salsa
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A basic Tomatillo salsa that gets better with age. Make at least twice as much as you think you'll want so that you have leftovers!
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La Paloma
This is a special cocktail that features Partida Blanco Tequila. Those who have tried it say it has depth, precision, and complexity.
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In truth, our Easy Pomegranate Margarita isn’t exactly a health drink, but our version is significantly better for you than a margarita from a mix — or from most restaurants. Margarita mixes are typically full of high fructose corn syrup, but this recipe contains no added sugar at all — all of the sweetness comes naturally from the pomegranate juice.
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If you’re going to drink, keep your alcohol intake moderate: studies have shown an increase in abdominal obesity with regular overconsumption of alcoholic beverages. However, recipes like these that are relatively low in sugar are much better for you than the high-fructose corn syrup-laden versions you might find at a chain restaurant.
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Sometimes you want to drink like a nineteen-year-old with a starter moustache who thinks that Mexican food is super exotic, and for that mood, the best of the tequila drinks is the Tequila Sunrise. If you’re going to make a tequila sunrise drink, you should make it right, and unabashedly. Juice an orange, pretend it’s 1978, and sip away.
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Tequila Julep
In honor of two great drinking holidays — Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby — falling on the same day this year, we offer this mashup cocktail combining Cinco's popular spirit with the Derby's iconic drink. 
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