Chingon

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20. November 2014 by swizzzlestick

Brian Miller created the Chingon in 2009. According to Death & Co´s Modern Classic Cocktails Chingon means “bad ass” in the Mexican slang. But dominating the Spanish language more or less I can say that it equally can mean something extraordinarily good, exactly like this drink! I enjoyed the combination of tequila, Benedictine and the citrus notes very much.

Ingredients

2 oz. Tequila Reposado, 1/4 oz. Benedictine, 1/2 oz. Orange Juice, 1/2 oz. Lime Juice, 1/2 oz. Orgeat, garnish: 1 Orange Zest

Preparation

Shake ingredients with ice and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish witih an orange zest.

chingon

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