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Hola! Mi Amigo


I thought I loved Micheladas until I actually had a Michelada.  It was like breaking up with the love of your life, and then finding out it wasn’t really love when you actually met the love of your life.  Okay, maybe that’s a little dramatic, but once my best friend and I had a taste of a real Michelada we knew we had to duplicate it when we came back from Puerto Vallarta.  The very next day, we went on a search for the perfect ingredients, and literally mixed up an exact replica in her car.  If you’ve never enjoyed a Michelada just imagine the Mexican version of a Bloody Mary.

Ingredientes (ingredients):
1 – 12 oz light Mexican beer (I like Corona or Pacifico)

1/3 cup Clamato Juice

3 oz fresh lime juice

1 teaspoon Worchestershire sauce

1 teaspoon Jugo (seasoning sauce)

1/2 teaspoon hot sauce (can use less or more depending on your level of spice)

2 – 1/4 teaspoons Tajin (divided)

Lime (wedged for garnish)


Empezar a mezclar (start mixing):

  1. Borde (rim) a tall beer glass with 1/4 teaspoon of Tajin.
  2. Llenar (fill) the glass w/ ice.
  3. Anadir (add); Clamato, lime juice, hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, Jugo, and the remaining Tajin.
  4. Remover (stir).
  5. Parte superior (top) your glass off with beer.
  6. Adornar (garnish) with your lime wedge
  7. BEBER! (drink!)


Disfrutar! (Enjoy!)