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Hot New Twists On Margarita For Cinco de Mayo By Victoria D'Amato Moran

I am a fan of Cinco de Mayo because I live in Texas where they do Cinco de Mayo up very big. Cinco de Mayo is another reason for American's to celebrate and toast the Margarita - the country's #1 bar call (Cheers, 2008).

(Shown to the side Classic Midori Margarita - Courtesy of Victoria D'Amato Morgan and Midori)

And now, just in time for the festivities, Mixologist Victoria D'Amato Moran is turning up the heat with three scorching variations of the signature cocktail.

From coconut and lime to jalapeño and cucumber, each Margarita recipe adds a unique flair to the popular Cinco de Mayo cocktail.

Served on the rocks or frozen, the recipes below share the flavor of Yubari, a rare and expensive melon used to make Midori, the Melon flavored Liqueur.

So on May 5th, make your margarita shine with a flavorful twist of melon and a vibrant green hue.  Check out the fabulous new Margarita Recipes below:

Margarita Recipes From Mixologist Victoria D'Amato Moran

MIDORI MAMBO (Shown To The Side)

1 oz Midori® Melon Liqueur

1 ½ oz Cabo Wabo TM Blanco Tequila

1 ½ oz Coconut Cream

½ oz fresh-squeezed organic Lime Juice

SPICY YUBARI MARGARITA (Shown To The Right)

1 oz Midori® Melon Liqueur

1 ½ oz Cabo Wabo ™ Reposado Tequila

5 slices fresh organic Cucumber peeled and seeded

2-3 slices fresh organic Jalapeño (to taste)

1 oz freshly squeezed organic Lime Juice

CLASSIC MIDORI MARGARITA (Shown To Side Of Page)

1 oz Midori® Melon Liqueur

1 ½ oz Cabo Wabo ™ Blanco Tequila

1 oz freshly squeezed organic Lime Juice

About Victoria D'Amato Moran

Victoria D'Amato Moran started in the restaurant business in 1984, working under Jeremiah Tower, at his 4-star restaurant, Stars. When D'Amato-Moran entered and won her first drink competition in 2003, she was hooked. Eight successful competitions later, she continues to thrive on visualizing and creating delicious and beautiful drinks.

D'Amato-Moran has been recognized for her work in Santé Magazine, Wine Enthusiast, San Francisco Magazine, and is a bi-monthly cocktail contributor to Un Buona Salute Italian Magazine. She currently resides in San Francisco, CA.

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