Cinco de Mayo: Revolution,
Feminism, and Tequila!
May 5, 2002
hosted by: Firefly
in attendance: Black Monday, Sapphi, Madras, Whiskey Daisy.
part CrĂ¨me de Casis
Pour Casis in a champagne flute add champagne slowly and a twist of lemon
Â˝ ounces of TequilaÂ
Using a tall glass (Collins), pour Tequila, and Casis over Ice.Â Squeeze a Âź of a lime into glass and fill with ginger ale. Add a swizzle stick and a lime wedge.
Put all ingredients into a pitcher with ice and shake vigorously. Use a lime wedge to moisten the rims of each glass, dip in sea salt. Pour drinks over fresh ice.
Monday âI never have gotten this Margarita thing but trying this drink
the traditional way is a step in the right direction 4.0
Kir Royale (represents the French side of the Battle of Puebla which took place on May 5, 1862) the French may have lost that battle but the drink sure won the hearts of LUPEC.
Diablo, one of the very few tequila cocktails in Trader Vicâs 1946 book Guide to Food and Drinks
Margarita, the most mythical drink of the afternoon and the most American.Â There are more cinco de mayo parties, parades and general good times in the large Chicano communities of Texas, Southern California and Chicago than in Mexico itself.Â
chips with salsa and mango salsa
Regrets were given by Brandy, DarkNStormy and Bijouâoh well, more bean dip for us, I guessâŚ
Fireflyâs table set up, lovely apartment and great kitties were admired.
The following points of discussion were noted:
The party went on with appropriate small talk after these main points of business were discussed.Â All at once, everyone seemed to feel the need to go home and sleep it off.Â Was it the Tequila?Â Or was it the lazy spring Sunday?Â Maybe just the satisfaction of another LUPEC Party successâŚ
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