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National Margarita Day: Five Recipes to Try at Home

We're not breaking any news here, but South Florida is freaking hot.

Sure, we get a few cold fronts from time to time, but it's mid-February, and it's bright, sunny, and, frankly, a bit humid.

When it comes to refreshing alcoholic beverages, few concoctions compete with the margarita -- mojitos aside, it's like the unofficial drink of South Florida.

While it doesn't make sense throughout the rest of the country, tomorrow is national margarita day (we're assuming it's used as a mental means for escape from the cruel winter days).

How you choose to celebrate is totally on you: If you want to go out and score some deals, we have a handy guide or you can stay at home and mix those babies your own way.

For that, we have five margarita recipes for you to try on National Margarita Day.

See Also: Tomorrow is National Margarita Day: Five Places to Drink the Day Away

Spicy Lover

Kapow! Noodle Bar's version of a skinny margarita

Two cucumber slices

Bunch of cilantro

One ounce agave

One ounce lime

1 1/2 ounce Partida Reposado

1 drop green pepper

Step One: Muddle cucumber, cilantro, and agave in a cocktail mixer.

Step Two: Add the rest of the ingredients and shake well and strain into martini glass.

Step Three: Slap a piece of cilantro between your hand to release the oils and place on a cucumber and float on top.

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Sara Ventiera

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