cactus juice


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cactus juice

n. tequila. (A Mexican liquor.) Ernie brought back a big jug of cactus juice from Mexico.
See also: cactus, juice
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I'VE TRIED hair of the dog, I've tried plink-plink-fizz, I've tried cactus juice, vitamin supplements, Coca-Cola, ginseng and a full English breakfast, but the best hangover cure I know is the prairie oyster.
Zola's cocktail list changes regularly, and last spring's version included ginger-infused lemonade and hibiscus syrup as part of the Leninade, lavender-infused Ciroc vodka in the Lavender and Lace Martini, and ingredients like rose-water and cactus juice as well.
Contrary to gringo mythology, high-end Mexican tequila is not made from cactus juice, doesn't come with an engorged worm loitering at the bottom of the bottle, and isn't swilled with a grimace from a shot glass followed by a squeeze of lemon and a tablespoon of salt to mask its taste.
Some common additives include milk products, wheat paste (like old-fashioned wallpaper paste), oil, paper pulp, and cactus juice where lots of prickly pear cacti grow.
50 Share this funky unisex mix of star fruit, kiwi, citron tonic and cactus juice with your holiday romance.
Six months ago it launched Ca'quila, a mix of agave cactus juice and lime.
Cactus Juice Insect Protection provides SPF-20 sunscreen and fights bug bites with a natural blend of prickly pear cactus extracts, emollients, and moisturizers.
Safe Solutions' Cactus Juice Insect Protection and Miracle Gel was initially sold in resorts in Honduras.