2 oz Tequila
1⁄4 oz Herbal liqueur, Green Chartreuse

Shake, strain, rocks


Full of complex peach flavors, but with the tart freshness of a classic Margarita

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©2010 Kindred Cocktails
Posted by Dan on 11/03/2010
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Dan Chadwick
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  • More than just a bit reminiscent of a peach margarita. I might play around with more Chartreuse. — ★★★★
  • Made with Mathilde Peche and Calle 23 blanco. Good stuff! Very nice use of the Peche. Will probably be a big hit at parties. — ★★★★
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I think I'm going to start serving this one at parties—delicious and accessible enough for anyone, but delicious interesting enough for me and my cocktail nerd friends.

Dan commented on 11/19/2013:

I tried it with Art in the Age Rhubarb Tea, which was mildly successful. I'd like to try it with apricot or pear liqueur next.

Sounds great! Definitely going to try this as well as substituting Nolet's for the tequila.

Tucker commented on 11/23/2014:

Made this last night with Rothman's apricot liqueur. Can't compare it to the peach liqueur version as don't have on hand, but the apricot version was tasty.