The tequila’s heat is lessened by the use of salt. The shot glass of tequila should be consumed right away. Take a bite of and suck on a lime or lemon slice as soon as possible. It is the sour fruit that brings the tequila flavor into harmony and accentuates it.
Do you take lime and salt after Tequila?
They don’t add the lime and salt until after they’ve finished the tequila. The salt and lime are used to enhance the experience of drinking inexpensive, sharp-tasting (cruda) tequila. In order to get saliva into their mouth, the drinker licks a dash of salt off the back of their wet hand.
How do you drink tequila?
The salt and the lime are assistance for drinking inexpensive, sharp-tasting (cruda) tequila. The drinker licks a dab of salt off their wet fingers, to introduce saliva into the mouth. The drinker next takes a sip or swallow of tequila.
Why does tequila have salt and lemon in it?
The salt and lemon help to minimize the quantity of tequila that can be tasted (or prevent you from tasting the tequila). The reason for this is that traditionally, tequila was a very cheap, poorly manufactured, and awful tasting spirit that was primarily used for the purpose of becoming intoxicated rather than for flavor.
What does salt do to a Margarita?
Salt, on the other hand, helps to hide the flavor of the liquor, while it makes a wonderful contrast to the acidity of a good margarita and contributes to its overall flavor enhancement when used in moderation. LadyNym’s response was last modified on August 25, 2016.