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Delicious Pies.. made from Tequila

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Delicious pies made from Tequila, was a simple experiment trying to make a Prickly Pear Margarita pie. Its didn’t quite work, however I was able to master it a different way. Wow!

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About Cruz Tequila:
CRUZ Tequila is produced in the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico. This area is renowned as the best growing region for the blue agave. The rich red soil, ambient temperature and consistent annual rainfall ensure the hand selected agave is of the highest quality.

CRUZ Tequila is produced in the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico. This area is renowned as the best growing region for the blue agave. The rich red soil, ambient temperature and consistent annual rainfall ensure the hand selected agave is of the highest quality.

CRUZ Tequila is an all natural, 100% blue agave tequila creating by adhering to strict production standards. The agave is steamed in traditional hornos (brick ovens) for two days. The cooked agave is allowed to cool before the juice is gently extracted and then slowly fermented. It is then double distilled before being aged in oak barrels. By using a proprietary distillation process, all impurities are removed which produces a smooth, unique flavor, suitable for sipping or the foundation in many favorite cocktail recipes.

Cruz is All Natural

CRUZ Tequila contains no chemicals, additives or flavorings, just pure 100% blue agave naturally fermented tequila. CRUZ Tequila is packaged and bottled using eco-friendly recycled materials. The blown glass bottles as well as the hand polished aluminum caps and crosses are made from 100% recycled materials.

CRUZ Spook-tini
2 oz Cruz Tequila, 1/2 oz Cointreau 1/2 oz agave nectar, 2 oz fresh blood orange juice squeezed and 1 oz fresh lime juice squeezed. Shake with ice, add a splash of water and serve over ice.

My favorite is a Prickly Pear Margarita…hmmmm. Now if you want a Tequila Pie.

Enjoy!

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  1. @changejars
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    Mmmm. This sounds really, really good! Thanks for the share Mari!

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