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Patrón? Fresh Juice? Yup... Chipotle Introduces Premium Margaritas

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Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 12:57 PM

click to enlarge COURTESY CHIPOTLE
  • Courtesy Chipotle
Did you even know that Chipotle serves margaritas? I didn't. But apparently they do, made with Sauza and sour mix.

But, as Nation's Restaurant News reported last week, they'll soon be serving a premium margarita, made with Patrón and fresh juice. At $6.50 to $8 (depending on location -- my guess is L.A. will be on the upper end of that scale), that's not a bad price for a Patrón margarita made with fresh juice.

The regular Sauza margarita will still be available as well, though they're nixing the mix and going with fresh juice for the lower-priced Sauza option as well.

The new margaritas will be in most Chipotle locations by April 29. Look for a taste test here on Squid Ink once they roll out.

See also:

- 5 Best Margaritas In L.A.

- Best Margarita, 2012: Border Grill


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