Hibiscus Margarita with Black Sea Salt: a True Game-changer

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The concoction of tequila, lime, agave, and orange liqueur is a drink impossible to pass, so much that there’s even a National Margarita Day.

Tequila is the main alcohol in all Margaritas but some people like to use frozen strawberries and limeade concentrate to conceal the taste of the tequila. One of the country’s foremost cocktail historians, David Wondrich says the Margarita is a version of the Daisy cocktail (in Spanish: Margarita) and that margaritas often have a higher liquor ratio so they can be a dangerous cocktail if you’re drinking without eating.

These are some facts or myths told on days like National Margarita Day. But the real deal is margaritas are cocktails with flowery finesse.

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Barcello restaurant, located at 11603 US Highway 1 in North Palm Beach is experimenting with new ingredients and flavor combinations to bring you an even better agave cocktail.

Mixologist Micah Hinde has created Hibiscus Margarita with Black Sea Salt, a cocktail deep red in color with floral notes and a subtle bite of ginger. A squeeze of fresh lime helps to brighten all the flavors.

For this rendition of the famous magic combo of sweet, sour and tequila dumped into a salt-rimmed glass, Hinde uses Cimarron Blanco Tequila, broVo Orange Curacao, Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur, fresh lime juice, agave, and salts the rim of the glass with Himalayan Black Salt creating a bold flavor.

This cocktail is a true game-changer and a fun twist on the traditional Margarita.

And the good thing is the cocktail is available every day from their signature cocktail list.

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