After the thrills of summer comes the chill of autumn, and there is a Margarita for it. This recipe features smoked black salt and elderflower cordial. Historically, elderflower was treasured for its phytotherapeutic virtues. In the early days of fall, consuming elderflower infusions is believed to protect against those pesky seasonal flus and colds. The black salt, which comes from the natural combination of sea salt and volcanic rock, delivers a deep, lightly smoked salt, naturally rich in purifying activated charcoal.
Rim your glass with some smoked salt or regular one.
Combine all the ingredients in a shaker with ice.
Shake it, strain it and serve it.
Tip: Garnish with dehydrated orange wedge
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