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TheMargaritas

Carlos “Danny” Herrera, owner of Tijuana restaurant Rancho La Gloria, claims he invented the drink in 1938. What inspired him? A picky dancer, it seems. Restaurant goer Marjorie King declared she was allergic to all spirits except tequila, but didn’t like to drink the spirit straight. So Herrera worked around the prototypical tequila shot (which is taken with salt and lime) and threw together the margarita.
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They might look right at the top of a glass, but a tiny paper umbrella and a twist of orange peel do not a cocktail make. Nor does juice or soda when added to a shot of rum or vodka (if we’re gonna get really technical, these aren’t “cocktails” at all). So what exactly makes a cocktail? A few things—mainly spirits, water, sugar, and bitters. But also a lot of history.

Cocktails are traditionally thought of as an American innovation, but they were actually at least partly inspired by British punches—big bowls of spirits mixed with fruit juice, spices, and other flavors, consumed in punch houses in the 18th century. The term cocktail was even first seen in a British newspaper printed March of 1798. But the term wasn’t really defined as we know it until 1806, when The Balance and Columbian Repository of Hudson, New York, pinned the cocktail down to what we follow today: “a stimulating liquor composed of any kind of sugar, water and bitters, vulgarly called a bittered sling.”


 
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