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Sangrita, not to be confused with sangria, is a traditional Mexican mix of fruit juices and hot sauce that’s served as a chaser to high-end tequila. Although you can take it like a follow-up shot to your liquor, it’s actually meant to be sipped. Take one sip of tequila, one sip of sangrita, one sip of tequila, one sip of sangrita — you get the point. Point is, try this sangrita recipe this weekend.
2 ounces tequila
2 ounces fresh orange juice
2 ounces fresh lime juice
2 ounces tomato juice
3 dashes hot sauce
2 slices jalapeño pepper (optional)
Fill two shot glasss with the tequila of your choice.
In a cocktail shaker, mix the sangrita ingredients and shake well with ice.
Strain the sangrita into two separate shot glass and add a slice of jalapeño.
To drink, begin with the tequila shot and then drink the sangrita mix. Cheers!
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