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I'm not much of a whisky guy so I can't speak to the qualities of those, however for tequila, Smallie is definitely right. A better tequila really helps, and it helps prevent those hangovers. 

resposado's or blancos will make you a good margarita, an anejo tequila is going to have probably too much wood flavor for a margarita,

Try this - Good tequila, my preferance is a resposado tequila (1 shot), 1 shot of Grand marnier, 2 shots lime juice, and 1 shot of agave nector. Small back margarita to make by the glass, not by the pitcher. 

Also look for 100% de agave on there. Jose won't have it, it ain't the good stuff. 

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My buddy likes good tequila. Has 20-30 bottles of the aged sipping varieties and some batch mescal also. Usually go with a good quality silver for Matgaritas. Don't like Cuervo Gold or similar, but the good ones have a ton of flavor varieties. Aged rums are good too. Like Pyrat & Ron Zacayapa. In Vodka...Tito's. Found it at Ed's in Steelville years ago before it was available in St. Louis.

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2 minutes ago, Terrierman said:

I've got the debate on.  Need vodka.

Understandable!

 

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All this talk about silver tequilas and how bad Cuervo Gold is. Can't say I know the good, but it  ain't bad. 

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