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Cocktail Hour: The Paloma

Posted by Arctic Wolf on May 11, 2016

Paloma SAM_2517Today’s cocktail is a serving which some claim is the most popular bar drink in Mexico, the Paloma. Because the serving has no ‘official construction’, there seems to be as many variations in the recipe as there are cocktail bloggers who write about it. Most commonly the recipe is stated to be a mixture of Grapefruit Soda (Fresca or Squirt maybe) and Blanco Tequila served in a tall glass with lots of ice. (I sometimes use Koala Brand Cooler (the grapefruit/kiwi/lime combination) and it tastes great as well.)

Nothing, however beats a Paloma made with real grapefruit juice and a dollop of fresh squeezed lime for tartness. Here is my favoured recipe which is perhaps a little heavier on the tequila side than most of the variations I see online (usually 1:3 ration tequila to grapefruit); but my stronger libation tastes great, and on a hot afternoon, it is hard to beat.

Paloma

2 oz Camarena Silver Tequila
2 oz Grapefruit Juice
1/2 oz Lime Juice
3/8 oz Sugar syrup (1:1)
Ice
Sparkling Water or Soda

Fill a tall tumbler with Ice
Mix the first four ingredients in a mixing glass
Add to the ice filled tumbler
Complete with soda
Garnish with fresh grapefruit if desired
(For best results use fresh chilled ingredients on to be honest the use of a straw is probably not recommended)

Enjoy responsibly on a hot sunny day!

If  you are interested in more of my cocktail recipes, please click this link (Cocktails and Recipes) for more of my mixed drink recipes!

Note: My review for Camerena Silver Tequila will publish soon as my descent into Tequila madness begins.

Chimo!

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