Okay, I know that diabetics need to drink alcohol with the understanding that it will affect one's blood sugar by dropping it. That being said, I enjoy a cocktail or two and know how to adjust my insulin accordingly. So, that being said, I'm looking specifically for a margarita recipe that is not exceedingly sweet (in the past I've used the Jose Cuervo mix but its made with high fructose corn syrup and I'm trying to avoid this concentrated sweetener in all products that I purchase). I play around with different ingredients and concoctions in addition to the base of tequila and cointreau with a splash of gran marnier but am looking for the 'perfect' excipients (to coin a pharmaceutical phrase) as in lime, etc. Can anyone hlpp? Also, if anyone has any other cocktail recipes that are 'must try' would you mind sharing? I'm always looking to add to my mixology repertoire!
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