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Ranch Water Recipe: The Tequila and Water Mix

Ranch Water Recipe: The Tequila and Water Mix
Ranch Water Recipe
OCCASION A wedding
AUTHOR Olmeca Barman
3 oz of tequila blanco
1 ½ oz of lime juice
3 oz of water
Lime wheels (to garnish)

The original recipe calls for 1 part tequila, 2 parts lemon juice (1/2 oz), and 3 parts water (3 oz), but we've found that using equal parts of each ingredient works best. Measure out 3 oz of tequila and combine it with 1 ½ oz of lime juice; add an equal amount of water to the tequila portion and stir vigorously until they're well-combined. You can garnish with lime wheels if you'd like to make your drink look extra fancy! That's all there is to it. We recommend using Topo Chico in your next batch of Ranch Water because it's naturally carbonated and contains no sodium or sugar. It has a light taste that won't overpower other flavors, but still provides the crispness you're looking for in this refreshing cocktail!

It’s time to try something new—and give your body a little boost! Our Ranch Water recipe is the perfect pick-me-up when you’re feeling like you need a little boost. Ranch Water is a delicious and refreshing drink that can be enjoyed by anyone looking for a bit of fun.

It’s made from equal parts tequila and water, served as a shot or as a cocktail. The lime juice gives it its distinct flavor, which many people find delicious. The drink is named after its main ingredient, which is commonly found in ranch-style salads. It’s also sometimes called Tequila Water or Tequilla Water—but no matter what you call it, this drink is always sure to be a hit!

It’s also a great way to break the ice when meeting new people at parties or bars. We love this recipe because it’s so simple to make, and you can easily make it your own by substituting different ingredients. We’ve included our favorite version below, but feel free to experiment with different flavors!

Ingredients to Prepare a Ranch Water Drink

How to Make a Ranch Water Cocktail

Other Variatons of the Ranch Water Recipe

It’s hot outside, and you need something cool to drink. We’ve got the perfect solution: frozen ranch water!

If you’re looking for a way to beat the summer heat, look no further. Frozen ranch water is easy to make and deliciously refreshing. Here’s how:

Step 1: Need some ice cubes? No problem! Put some water into an ice tray and pop it in the freezer. You can make things easier by freezing your fruit, too.

Step 2: When the water is mostly frozen and there are still a few small chunks left, take out your blender and add your remaining ingredients. You can also use a juicer if you prefer!

Step 3: Blend or juice until smooth and enjoy!

Others Cocktails that Might Interest You

If you’re looking for something a little different, we’d like to recommend tommy’s margaritas cocktail.

We’re so glad you stopped by. We know you’re looking for a cocktail that will make your day, and we wanted to let you know about Tommy’s Margaritas. We think it’s a great option for anyone who wants to try something new and delicious!

It’s made with tequila, lime juice and agave syrup. It’s sweet, but not too sweet—just enough to feel like you’re drinking something with a little bit of life in it. The flavors are well-balanced and the drink is refreshing.

The Best Tequila to Prepare the Ranch Water

There are a lot of different types of tequila out there, but the most popular is a blanco (white) or reposado (rested). The blanco is made from agave that has been roasted quickly, while Reposado is rested in barrels for up to two months.

But the perfect tequila in this case is a blanco. The reason for this is simple: Blanco or white tequilas have less wood aging than other types, so they retain more of their natural flavors like citrus. If you use an aged tequila, it’ll be harder to taste the cucumber or others ingredients in your drink—and that’s no fun!

If you’re looking for a drink that’s both refreshing and flavorful, then look no further than ranch water. This delicious drink is made with tequila and lime juice, and it tastes just as good as it sounds. The best part of this recipe? It calls for Olmeca Altos as its base! If you want to try making your own ranch water at home then be sure to give this recipe a try today!