Paloma por Mi Amante

Tags:,,,,,,,, — Filed under:Cocktails — posted by Ardenstone on 2007/8/31 @ 6:48 pm

Pamola por Mi Amante from above All credit for this drink goes to Paul from The Cocktail Chronicles who inspired me to give it a shot. The Paloma cocktail is fairly simple; basically adding some sort of grapefruit soda to tequila and a lime. The “por Mi Amante” is the signal that a wonderful shift has occurred and that strawberry infused tequila is being used instead. Oh goodness, but this is a delightful drink.

Paloma por Mi Amante
(created by Paul from Cocktail Chronicles)

1 3/4 oz Tequila por Mi Amante
juice of 1/2 a lime (that’s around 3/4 oz)
pinch of salt
grapefruit soda (I used Fresca, Paul mentions Jarritos or Squirt)

Fill a collins glass (or whatever, I use what are effectively oversized rocks glasses) with ice and add in tequila, lime and salt. Top with grapefruit soda and serve.

Pamola por Mi Amante It really is magnificent and the color is amazing. I just finished infusing my batch of tequila, so it should mellow out a bit over the next few weeks. I tend to put a little less than 2 oz of tequila in (the normal amount), but this might be because the tequila is still a little raw or the glass I’m using is a bit smaller. Either way, the drink is wonderfully tasty and refreshing. I may look for some more grapefruity soda because I bet this would be even better, but it’s pretty darn fabulous as is.

The “por Mi Amante” is rumored to translate into “for my beloved” and while my beloved has no interest in the tequila of that name, she thoroughly enjoyed her Paloma.

2 comments »

  1. Glad you liked it — I’ve been saving the last of my infused tequila for a final “goodbye to summer” Paloma, which I’ll probably knock back on Labor Day.

    Giving the drink a spritz of fresh grapefruit juice perks it up a little, and gives it that more distinctive grapefruity flavor you’re looking for. Worth a shot.

    Comment by Paul — 2007/8/31 @ 7:51 pm

  2. I hope it was an enjoyable Labor Day! I’m real curious if this stuff is going to last long enough to mellow. So far the cocktail has been a universal hit, although I haven’t added grapefruit juice, yet. There’s a market down the street that had a whole bin of them last time I stopped by so I need to make time to pick a couple up. It seems like it’d add a really nice dimension to the drink.

    Comment by Ardenstone — 2007/9/7 @ 12:53 am

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