Address: 7901 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77063 (map)
Type of Margarita Tasted: Regular frozen and Hornito's Margartita
Ingredients Listed on Menu: Regular margarita - none, Horinto's Margarita - Sauza Hornito's, Gran Gala and fresh lime juice.Review: You get what you pay for at Molina's. The regular margarita has a strong taste of tequila and its definitely of a cheaper variety. These aspects made this version unappealing. The Hornito's margarita had a much better taste. Everything from the sweetness to alcohol balance was excellent. Molina's does have a decent variety of choices of margaritas so we will have to go back for another visit to give a few more a try.
Address: 16218 Richmond Avenue, Houston, TX 77057 (map)
Type of Margarita Tasted: Gold Margarita on the rocks
Ingredients Listed on Menu: Jose Cuervo Gold, Grand Marnier and Sweet & SourReview: The mix in this margarita was too thick so you could barely taste the tequila. The sweet and sour overwhelmed the flavor which took away from the appeal of this margarita. Though, it was Cinco de Mayo so they had some great specials on margaritas.
Address: 25686 Northwest Freeway, Cypress, TX 77429 (map)
Type of Margarita Tasted: Borderita Grande frozen, Gold Rocks
Ingredients Listed on Menu: Borderita Grande (Sauza Conmemorativo and orange Cognac), Gold Rocks (Jose Cuervo Gold, orange Cognac and Triple Sec)Review: The Borderita Grande was extremely smooth and had an excellent flavor. It had the perfect sweetness that you would expect from a top shelf margarita. The Sauza Conmemorativo tends to create an exceptional margarita every time. The Gold margarita was also enjoyable. Most restaurants do not use orange cognac in their rita's but I found it give it a unique tasty flavor. The variety of margaritas and overall balanced taste make this a place we would visit again.
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Address: 2111 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77098 (map)
Type of Margarita Tasted: The Perfect Margarita, frozen and on the rocks
Ingredients Listed on Menu: The Perfect Margarita - Sauza Conmemorativo, Cointreu, Grand Marnier, Triple Sec, orange juice and fresh lime juice.Review: Cafe Adobe is advertised as "Houston's Best Margarita" so we definitely had to make a trip to this restaurant. The frozen version is a tasty beverage worthy of competing with the best margarita's in Houston. It is a strong drink but without the strong alcohol taste. On a nice day, we recommend drinking one out on the patio.
Address: 19831 N.W. Freeway, Houston, TX 77065 (map)
Type of Margarita Tasted: Regular frozen and Top Shelf on the rocks
Ingredients Listed on Menu: noneReview: The regular frozen margarita had an excellent balance between sweetness and alcohol. We actually preferred this version over the top shelf on the rocks which had an overpowering taste of tequila. The waiter informed us that both drinks use Cuervo but the top shelf had Grand Marnier added. The regular margaritas are reasonably priced and definitely worthy of ordering another.
Address: 17445 Spring Cypress Road, Cypress, TX 77429 (map)
Type of Margarita Tasted: Top shelf frozen and on the rocks w/ salt
Ingredients Listed on Menu: noneReview: The frozen and on the rocks version of this margarita were overly sweet. There was nothing special about this drink. Though, the wait staff was extremely prompt in checking to see I wanted another drink when my margarita was empty.