Staying in for Cinco de Mayo? Celebrate By Making This Margarita

Created by A.j. Borrero of Big Chill Surf Cantina in Rehoboth Beach, this cocktail is refreshing and festive.


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PHOTO Courtesy of Erica Wiegman

 

Everywhere you turn, restaurants are jumping on the Cinco de Mayo bandwagon. But if all the music, tequila and hoopla are too much for you, consider celebrating with a few cocktails at home. A.j. Borrero—Big Chill Surf Cantina’s general manager and bartender—has kindly shared a recipe for Cantina’s Coco-Rita (there’s a reason why this hip hangout has won a Best of Delaware in the past for best cocktail selection). 

If you don’t feel confident about your bartending skills, just head to the Cantina in Rehoboth Beach and pop a squat at the bar. The margarita pairs perfectly with one of Taco Reho’s fresh tacos.

 

PHOTO COURTESY OF ERICA WIEGMAN

Cantina’s Coco-Rita 

  • 2 oz. 1800 Coconut Tequila 
  • 1 oz. Cointreau 
  • Fresh-squeezed lime juice 
  • Shake and serve over ice in a traditional margarita glass with a salted rim. 

 


More information:
Big Chill Surf Cantina
19406 Coastal Hwy., Rehoboth Beach • 727-5568

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