When Andrea Duran, Paloma’s mixologist, said we needed a rest, we had no idea what she meant. But she explained:
Resposado means “rest or rested” in Spanish, and refers to the oak-barrel aging process of two to 12 months before bottling tequila. An aging process of one to four years yields a tequila that is considered an Añejo. Golden oaky notes are prominent with a delicious and slightly tart finish.
A sip or two later and we felt rested indeed.
MARIGOLD MARGARITA RECIPE
2 oz 1414 ArteNOM Reposado Tequila
1 oz fresh grapefruit juice
.5oz fresh lime juice
.5oz Giffard Elderflower liqueur
Add your ingredients into your shaker, add ice, shake well, and strain into a martini glass with dried marigold petals, demerara sugar, and salt rim (mix marigold sugar salt well for maximum effect).
RECIPE BY ANDREA DURAN / STYLING BY JUSTIN MATASE / PHOTOGRAPHY BY TIRA HOWARD
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