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Review: Neurita Tequila

When it comes to tequila, I'm always on the lookout for something a bit different. So when I discovered Neurita Tequila, I was very interested.

two bottles of neurita tequila in front of the ocean

Here for the double winner, as not only does it offer a great taste, but it also comes in a beautiful bottle that's sure to catch your eye.

If you're in the Margs club, then Neurita is about to become your new bestie. With its enjoyable citrus or rose flavour and a touch of sophistication, it's the perfect companion for creating bar-worthy cocktails in the comfort of your own home or garden this summer.

What sets Neurita apart is its dedication to reinventing the classic Margarita. Despite being the number one trending cocktail on Google in the UK, the Margarita has often been neglected in the world of tequila.

Neurita aims to change that by offering a modern take on this beloved cocktail. It exudes a sense of fun and confidence while still maintaining credibility and sophistication. Crafted as the ultimate expression of what makes Margarita moments so magical, Neurita is a premium tequila that serves as the perfect base for Margaritas and Tequila mixology.

Neurita Tequila is created using Premium Tequila Blanco sourced from one of the world's leading distilleries in Jalisco, Mexico. It starts with high-quality blue agave plants that are carefully crafted to provide an exceptionally smooth finish. Real fruit extracts and botanicals are then infused into both the Citrus and Rosa Tequilas, giving them their distinctive flavours.

This means that not only is Neurita Tequila naturally flavoured, but it also boasts a lower sugar content. The natural sweetness of the fruit juice eliminates the need for triple sec, making it a healthier choice for those conscious of their sugar intake.

Now, let's dive into the recipe for a Neurita Classic Margarita. This fresh take on an old classic is lower in sugar than regular Margaritas since it doesn't require triple sec. Here's how you can make it:

Neurita tequila cocktail being created

Neurita Classic Margarita


  • 60ml (2 shots) of Neurita Tequila

  • 40ml freshly-squeezed lime juice

  • A dash of Agave Syrup


  1. Place all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice and shake away.

  2. To make your Neurita Margarita extra special, follow these steps:

    • Take a Margarita glass.

    • Rub lime juice around the rim.

    • Roll the rim in salt.

    • Pour your perfectly-mixed Margarita into the glass and garnish with lime to serve.

    • For a spicy twist, use Neurita Citrus Tequila, add a pinch of chili flakes to your salt, and top it off with a Jalapeño garnish!

With this recipe, you can create a delightful Neurita Margarita that will impress your mates and transport you to a tropical paradise, as well need that in mild Britain. The balance of Neurita Tequila's flavours with the freshness of lime juice and the hint of sweetness from Agave Syrup creates a truly delightful cocktail experience.

Neurita Citrus Tequila and Neurita Rosa Tequila can be purchased directly from the Neurita website, as well as from reputable retailers such as Master of Malt, (RRP £29.99).

So why not treat yourself to a bottle of Neurita Tequila and embark on a journey to explore the endless possibilities of Margarita mixology? Your taste buds will thank you, and your cocktail game will never be the same again.

See you with a Margarita!


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Self-confessed potty mouth, mother of guinea pig and eater of 99.9% of food (don't bring me marzipan and tell me it is food). Ellen is the founder and Editor of Chatting Food Magazine and on a one-woman mission to talk food at everyone. Usually found tweeting, eating, sleeping, repeating.

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