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Five Ways To Ruin A Margarita

By Chris Osburn | February 22, 2016 | 11:30am

Photo via Paron Tequila

The margarita is much more than just a tequila-filled lime concoction with a salted rim that you drink at happy hour at your local Mexican restaurant.

Traditionally, a margarita consists of tequila, orange liqueur, and fresh lime juice. “A little bit of sugar is usually added because that formula is too tart for many people’s palate,” says David Alan, manager of trade education and mixology at Patrón Tequila.

The basic margarita recipe is pretty simple, but “unfortunately over the years the recipe has been corrupted,” Alan says. Artificial mixers have often replaced the naturally flavored, simple classic.

The Margarita is Born

The drink originated in the American Southwest somewhere near the US/Mexican border in the 1930s and ‘40s. “There are a number of origin myths and stories, but they all contribute to the lore of the drink,” says Alan, “but it’s a tequila variation of the whiskey-base…


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Port Everglades has a new direct service to/from ECSA

By: AJOT | Feb 22 2016 at 10:56 AM | Liner Shipping | Ports & Terminals

Mediterranean Shipping Company (USA) Inc. announced the introduction of Port Everglades in the rotation of the service as the first entry port in United States. This new call will allow MSC to offer the best service possible from ECSA to Port Everglades in order to satisfy growing demand of their clients’ from East Coast of South

America to Miami/Florida area.

New Rotation of service will be a follows:

Buenos Aires – Montevideo- Rio Grande – Navegantes – Santos – Salvador – Suape – Freeport – Port Everglades – Norfolk – NYC – Baltimore – Savannah

*First call in Port Everglades will be performed by MSC Luisa V607R / 611A on March 14th

For more information:
Robert Barceló Port Everglades - Business Development Manager 1850 Eller Drive - Ft. Lauderdale, FL  33316 email: Office: 954 468 0177 – Cell: 954 253 4407