How to Make the Tequila Enemigo Mineral 89

How to Make the Tequila Enemigo Mineral 89
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Mineral 89

Mineral 89

Ingredients

  • 50ml of Tequila Enemigo 89
  • 175ml of Sparkling Mineral Water (Calcium concentration of over 150 or a Magnesium concentration of over 50, San Pellegrino/Badoit)
  • Half a lime, cut into quarters
  • Ice cubes (ideally made from the same water)

Instructions

  1. Serve in a highball glass
  2. Pour in 50ml of Enemigo 89 Anejo Cristalino
  3. Add 3-5 ice cubes (depending on size), enough to comfortable reach halfway up the glass
  4. Pour 175ml of sparkling mineral water that ideally has the concentrations above
  5. Squeeze a quarter of a lime in
  6. Stir the glass to combine the liquids
  7. Squeeze the other quarter of the lime in if wanted

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