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Palomas are just as popular in Mexico as margaritas, and with a combination of tequila, lime, and grapefruit soda, you're bound to become a fan.

Evan Harrison first published the Paloma recipe in a 1953 pamphlet titled "Popular Cocktails of the Rio Grande" but it was thought to have been created by rival tavern manager Manuel Gonzales for his beloved.

Don't forget to see what other drinks you can make with the ingredients you already have in your bar.


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  1. Fill salt-rimmed glass with ice.
  2. Add tequila and lime juice to the glass, and top it with grapefruit soda.

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