Kamikaze

December 12, 2017

Kamikaze

A Seven Jars Special Recipe

Fortunately, the Bootlegger’s variation is actually a popular cocktail in itself, and utilizes our Seven Jars Vodka. Many people are unaware of the fact that that this popular drink is actually just a Margarita made with Vodka instead of tequila! There are other slight differences, depending on where you order it though. In some locations, a Kamikaze is served as a shot in a shot glass. Others differentiate the Kamikaze from the Margarita by serving in a martini style glass instead of a lowball glass. Most every version of the Kamikaze deletes the kosher salt rim (as does ours) but that is truly optional. All of the choices are up to you, but we are offering this version as a true variation on the traditional Margarita by simply substituting our Seven Jars Vodka for the tequila.

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  1. Prepare a lowball cocktail glass by first chilling the glass, then fill the glass with fresh ice. Add the lime juice, Triple Sec and Seven Jars Vodka together in a stainless shaker, fill with ice and shake thoroughly. Strain into the prepared glass. Garnish with a lime wheel.

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