- 6 oz Espolòn Tequila Reposado
- 2.25 oz Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur
- 2.25 oz Grand Marnier
- 3 oz Fresh Lime Juice
- 1.5 oz Demerara Syrup
- 1 oz each. Whole Milk, Sweetened Condensed Milk, Evaporated Milk thoroughly combined
Combine all ingredients except for milk.
Add 1/3 of the cocktail ingredients to the milk to ensure curdling.
Slowly add the rest of the cocktail ingredients, and allow to rest at least 15 minutes.
Strain the first third of the cocktail through your chosen medium.
Once the punch is running clear and a mat of curds has been formed, move the strainer to a clean container, and add the first run of punch back through.
Allow to strain completely, serve over ice and garnish.
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