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Kim Shook

Question Regarding Tequila in a Pie

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I would think silver is fine, it's only 2 TB and the subtle differences would be masked by all the sugar and lime juice anyway.

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Agree, substituting silver for gold (tequila), esp. in that amount (2 Tbsp.), is fine. No worries.

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Honestly, it will probably be an improvement - I'd guess the "gold" tequila in question is not "Añejo" or "Reposado", but "Cuervo".

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6 hours ago, Kim Shook said:

Very quick question.  I'm making @Darienne's Margarita Pie and the recipe calls for gold tequila.  I only have silver.  We are not big tequila drinkers, so would it be alright to use the silver?  Thanks! 

 

Go for it.  I have no idea which tequila I used.  I'm not much of a drinker at all and so I would have used whatever I had on hand...probably brought by the American visitors who come each summer to the Dog Weekend, where we drink Slushy Margaritas.  Yumm.  Once a year.  

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