With summer on most people’s mind this week (cue: sunshine — honestly, get it together Hong Kong, this on-and-off rain needs to stop), thoughts of long weekends at the beach and bottomless margaritas aren’t far behind.
What many people don’t know is that tequila wasn’t really that popular until the late sixties and seventies — when the margarita, as we know it, was first introduced. A well-balanced cocktail of tequila, lime juice and an addictive salt rim, the end result is a tangy and salty libation that most certainly packs a punch.
A little thirsty now? Take a load off with one of the best margaritas (both traditional and more contemporary interpretations) in Hong Kong you can enjoy all summer long: