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Chamoy Vibes

Mango Chamoy Margarita

Fresh Cold Pressed Lime Juice, Mango, Apricot, Prune, Hibiscus Chamoy Mix and Tequila Blanco with Agave.
Here is the exact recipe (in oz's), no additives, artificial ingredients, flavorings or colorants - just pure cocktail goodness: Tequila Blanco 2.51 - Water 0.32 - Agave 0.44 - Mango puree 0.47 - Lime juice 0.61 - Chamoy 0.24 - Salt Drops 0.07 -

Tequila

2 servings

16% ABV

Fresh

Gluten Free

Vegan

107 Calories Per Serving

Cold Pressed

$13.00

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Ingredients

Fresh Cold Pressed Lime Juice, Mango, Apricot, Prune, Hibiscus Chamoy Mix and Tequila Blanco with Agave

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The background

Mango + Chamoy

A theory on Chamoy's origin is the Mexican adaptation of the Japanese umeboshi, or pickled ume fruit. In place of ume, the typical Mexican chamoy uses mango as its fruit base. Teikichi Iwadare, a Japanese emigrant to Mexico, produced umeboshi made with apricot in the 1950s, which he called "chamoy".

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