La Mierda means “The Shit” in Spain and “Fuck It” in Argentina, but in the Philippines (lamyerda), it means to spend a leisurely time outdoors. This recipe is perfect when it’s so hot out that you say “fuck it” let’s drink, you’ll find that this cocktail is “the shit” and will make you feel like you’re strolling in temperate weather. 

La Mierda is a fruity mix of flavors, with just a touch of smokiness from the tequila. The guyabano and pomelo give layered sourness to the drink, and the pomelo bits burst with flavor once bitten. 

Ingredients:

45 ml tequila
3 pcs pomelo wedges (skinned) muddled
30 ml  guyabano juice
15 ml orange Juice (Tipco)
15 ml triple sec/Cointreau 
15 ml calamansi juice
20 ml Monin Agave syrup
1 dash Angostura bitters

Directions:

Rim glass with salt & sugar mix.  
Pour ingredients in a shaker.
Add ice and shake vigorously. 
Strain the drink into a glass filled with ice. 
Squeeze pomelo skin for its oils. 
Garnish with pomelo bits on top of pomelo peel.

Monin Syrup is distributed by World Wide Food Supply Inc., for more information visit @moninph on Facebook and Instagram. 

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