A classic sidecar cocktail but made with anejo tequila. It is the perfect cocktail for tequila lovers!
This is a delicious drink that is impressive at parties or after dinner.
fresh squeezed lemon juice
white sugar and lemon peel twists for serving
Place the sugar on a flat plate. Run a lemon wedge around the rim of your glass. Dip the rim of the glass into the sugar.
Fill your cocktail shaker half way with ice. Pour in 2 oz Anejo Tequila, 1 oz Triple Sec, 1 oz fresh squeezed lemon juice, and .5 oz agave syrup. Pop the lid on the shaker.
Vigorously shake the cocktail for 20 seconds. This will break little shards of ice into your cocktail making it extra cold and delish!!
Pop the strainer cap off the cocktail shaker and pour the drink into the sugar rimmed glass. Garnish with a lemon twist (which is lemon peel without the white pith)
A sidecar is traditionally served in a coupe glass but you can serve it in a smaller stemmed glass or martini glass.
Recipe found at Mom's Dinner - momsdinner.net