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Drink of the Day: Agave Nectar Margarita

Guest Author: Beth Elliot

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I don’t know about you, but after a day at the parks, almost nothing sounds better to me than a cold, refreshing cocktail…or two.  I AM on vacation, after all!  At home, I tend to stick to my usual vodka and tonic, but when I’m at Disney World, I really enjoy trying some of the more unique concoctions on the menu.  Luckily, one of my “must do” drinks, the Agave Nectar Margarita, can be found on the standard drink menu at most of the restaurants and lounges.  In a lot of ways, this is simply a great take on a classic margarita on the rocks.  The menu describes it this way:

Agave Nectar Margarita: Tres Generaciones Organic Plata Tequila, Agave Nectar, and fresh Lime Juice

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After more than a few taste tests, I’ve come to the conclusion that the reason I like this version more than the standard margaritas you’ll find elsewhere is the freshness.  There’s something about the combination of agave nectar and fresh lime juice that just make this especially thirst-quenching and refreshing.  So, if you like a good, classic margarita, I’d highly recommend you give it a try.

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  1. Wow Amy I am so sorry this is happening to your daughter. I know how it feel cause as a child I had been bullied by kids older than me. I was terrified to walk home every day from school. Luckily one day my dad caught me crying and I told him about it and he drove to the kids house and told her father. It stopped then. I know here in Delaware even if its not on school property you can still notify the school and let them know what’s going on. Just the fact that a teacher enough to stop them. I definitely would talk to the parents of the kids. This is so heartbreaking and no child should be made to feel threatened. Also maybe if she took a karate class or something like that to build u her confidence I know some places teach kids tool to help stop them from being bullied.
    Take care
    Daphne neubauer