Drink : Frozen margaritas made from silver tequila, squeezed lime juice and triple sec
Bond book appearance: The Facts of Death (1998)
Experience of 007 Travelers: Self-made
“Leiter had some pull with the manager, so they didn’t have to wait the usual forty-five minutes before being shown to a table at a booth. A waiter placed a basket of hand-fried tortilla chips with fresh homemade salsa in front of them. The utensils were inside a wax-paper packet which read, “The silverware has been SANITIZED for your protection!” Leiter ordered two rounds of frozen margaritas, much to Bond’s dismay. Made from silver tequila, squeezed lime juice, and triple sec, margaritas were a staple in Texas, and the frozen variety made a slushy beverage that Bond liked to call “a musical comedy drink.” It was served in a salted wineglass with a lime wedge. When he tasted it, however, he was surprised by its satisfying flavor. It certainly went well with the hot salsa. Leiter and Bond were soon laughing and reminiscing about old times.
Raymond Benson: “The Facts of Death” (1998)
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