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VIDEORECIPE How to make Tequila sunrise cocktail?

This easy recipe teaches how to make Tequila sunrise, a classic cocktail. Don't miss it!

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Ingredients

number of servings
1
  • 2 oz tequila Added to
  • 13 oz red grenadine Added to
  • 3 cubes ice cream Added to
  • 1 Slice orange Added to
  • 1 cherry Added to
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Directions

10 min.
1. Step

Add the ice, tequila, orange juice, and red grenadine to the glass.

2. Step

Garnish with an orange slice and a cherry.

3. Step

Enjoy!

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