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The Sweet Ingredient That Makes A 'Tommy's Margarita' Unique
By Natasha Brooks
Margaritas are a crowd-pleasing fiesta favorite — they're a tad tart, slightly sweet, and sometimes a little salty, but not all are made the same. Sometimes, high sugar, artificial flavors, and colors in the mix may mask the cheap tequila that can give you a headache, but if you want a margarita where all the components shine, try a Tommy's Margarita.
In an interview with Insider, beverage consultant and professional bartender Kim Hassarud praised Tommy's Margarita for its fresh ingredients, explaining its recipe as made up of two ounces of tequila, fresh lime juice, and agave nectar. She also suggested opting for a finer tequila or asking your bartender for recommendations if unsure.
As we can see with the Tommy's Margarita, margaritas can be a delectable, fresh, full-flavored beverage that is slowly sipped and enjoyed for its simple perfection. If you're looking for a little more, Hassarud recommends checking out the drinks on a bar's featured cocktail menu, as these often contain high-quality spirits for a lower price.