Your best guess would be a Bloody Mary made with agave instead of vodka.
A Cantarito is essentially a Paloma with a wider selection of citrus juices than is often used.
Spiked coffee, or "Carajillo," is a popular cocktail in Spain and throughout Latin America.
Like the Cuba Libre, a Charro Negro consists mostly of rum and coke, although it is served in Mexico.
A traditional margarita calls for simply tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice.
Frozen watermelon cubes, fresh lime and orange juice, simple syrup, and rum.
If you're wanting a margarita but want something different, try Recipes From a Pantry's jalapeo strawberry margaritas.
The ingredients for a Tom Collins, one of the world's most iconic drinks, are gin, lemon juice, sugar, club soda
Cooking with Curls includes whipped cream and coffee liqueur in their recipe.
This Cinco de Mayo, for a change of pace, try something different with this Mexican martini from The Defined Dish.
This four-ingredient drink is perfect for celebrating Cinco de Mayo.