America's Best Margaritas

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Bars are shaking up the standard margarita—and these versions are worth their salt.

Classic Margarita, Mayahuel, New York City

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This isn’t the first time Mayahuel—named for the goddess of the agave plant—has made it onto a “best margarita” list. Credit goes to Philip Ward, who makes his Classic with tequila, Cointreau triple sec, and fresh lime juice. Margarita-inspired cocktails include the Señorita, which uses agave nectar and Scotch infused with oranges instead of Cointreau, and the Broxburn, which subs in Drambuie.

America's Best Margaritas

Classic Margarita, Mayahuel, New York City

This isn’t the first time Mayahuel—named for the goddess of the agave plant—has made it onto a “best margarita” list. Credit goes to Philip Ward, who makes his Classic with tequila, Cointreau triple sec, and fresh lime juice. Margarita-inspired cocktails include the Señorita, which uses agave nectar and Scotch infused with oranges instead of Cointreau, and the Broxburn, which subs in Drambuie.

Courtesy of Mayahuel
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