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Tequila Lemonade Recipe

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1 Large Sun Tea Jar with Spout
6 Lemons
6 Limes
2 Cups Sugar
1 Quart Tequila Gold (Cuervo)
1 Small Hand Towel

Fill jar half full of crushed ice.
Cut lemons (6) and limes (6) in half.
Remove seeds - optional.
Squeeze juice and pulp into jar.
When finished, put rinds in jar.
Add sugar and Tequila.
Close lid tight.
Wrap towel around jar.
Hold jar on your lap and roll it back and forth
for 30 minutes or until ice melts into tequila.
Roll it longer and you'll have a better flavor.
Unwrap, hold spout over mouth and push
to release the Tequila Lemonade.




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