American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A cocktail made with tequila, an orange-flavored liqueur, and lemon or lime juice, often served with salt encrusted on the rim of the glass.
- From Spanish. (Wiktionary)
- Spanish, from the name Margarita, Margaret. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“However, you should definitely get at least one $18 margarita from the bar.”
“For seasonal libations, try a pumpkin margarita at Cecconi's or a pumpkin rum cocktail at Hatfield's.”
“An excellent margarita is incredibly easy, but it does require good ingredients.”
“Leonard sat in the cocktail lounge of the hotel sipping a margarita from a chilled glass.”
“The margarita was a drink Ann generally despised — she did not have a happy history with tequila (tonight would not improve that record).”
“Since the principal flavor of the margarita is the tequila, it's important to make sure you've got the best stuff you can get your hands on, so look for the "100% de agave" legend on the label of your bottle.”
“You CANNOT go to Fiesta Del Mar and not order a "margarita", unless you'd prefer their "tequilla"; we had the Blue Dessert and the El Boxeador, but I also had the Virgin Pina Colada, which I think was the best I've tasted in some time now!”
“She means well, but was young, saw her texting outside while our second salmon was waiting for us in the kitchen (we could see the plate through the door) and she has ZERO business mixing a cocktail ("Oh I just kept putting in more sour mix; I wasn't sure" she said of our "margarita"....)”
“When I say "margarita," I'm referring to the quintessential lime drink served on the rocks.”
“The word "margarita" is thrown around far too liberally.”
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