Margaritas from Trouble’s Trust at The New York Palace
Arriba! Abajo! Al centro! Pa’ dentro! Celebrate National Margarita Day (February 22) with exquisite cocktails crafted with natural ingredients from Trouble’s Trust in The New York Palace. Not only are these cocktails special because they’re available in the sophisticated and chic bar named after Leona Helmsley’s dog, but they really hit the spot when you’re craving some tequila. For a traditional take, the “Classic Margarita” transports you to Mexico and Texas in the 1940s with the perfect combination of tequila, Cointreau, lime and simple syrup. Those feeling a bit adventurous and looking for a drink with a kick can dabble in the “Spanish Harlem Rose” comprised of tequila, lime, pear ginger vermouth, Caffo Del Capo Amaro, ginger slices and thinly slice serranno chili.
Spanish Harlem Rose
“A red rose up in Spanish Harlem.”
- 1.5 oz. Don Juilo Reposado Tequila
- 1 oz. Fresh Lime Juice
- .5 oz Uncouth Pear Ginger Vermouth
- 1.oz Caffo Del Capo Amaro
- Thinly Sliced Serranno Chili
- Ginger Slices
Preparation: In a pint glass add chili and ginger. Add ingredients, add ice. Shake for 10 Seconds. Strain into cocktail glass. Garnish with lavender.
1940’s Mexico & Texas
- 1.5 oz Patron Silver
- 1 oz Cointreau
- 1.5 Fresh Lime Juice
- .5 oz Simple Syrup
Preparation: Serve on the rocks or in a Martini glass. Garnish with salt.