Mexican Martinis

Mexican Martinis

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"These are a bit labor intensive but worth it. Fresh limes and a good lime squeezer are a must."
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10 m servings
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Original recipe yields 2 servings


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  1. Moisten the edges of two martini glasses with a little lime juice, and then dip moistened edges into coarse salt. Place an olive in each glass.
  2. Pour remaining lime juice into a cocktail shaker, and then add tequila, orange liqueur, sweetened lime juice, and sugar. Fill shaker with ice, shake vigorously, and strain into prepared glasses.



Terrific! I made this exactly as written with one exception - used Stevia (fake sugar) in place of sugar. It's hard to tell how much juice a lime will provide so these will taste a tad bit limey...

This one is worth all the effort, I used 4 key limes and 2 tsp. of Splenda sweetner, all that I need now is some beach sand to sink my toes into! Thanks for the great recipe!

These did not turn out how we had hoped...and they were WAY too strong!

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