Mexican Bulldog

Matthew Kelly/Supercall

A classic Mexican Bulldog, made by simply dunking a Corona into a frozen Margarita, is almost perfect. But all too often the Margarita is made with an artificial mix, creating a sticky-sweet mess. Our version, on the other hand, uses only fresh ingredients. We scaled up our classic Margarita recipe for a high-quality frozen cocktail that looks like it came from a spring break beach bar, but it tastes like it was made by a Michelin-starred mixologist. While a Corona is the iconic beer of choice for a classic Mexican Bulldog, any Mexican lager will do (our favorite is Numero Uno Agave Cerveza).

Mexican Bulldog

Sweet, Sour


  • 2 oz tequila
  • .75 oz lime juice
  • .5 oz Cointreau
  • .5 oz simple syrup
  • .5 Cup crushed ice
  • 1 Corona
  • salt


Step one

Rim a large Margarita goblet with lime juice and salt.

Step two

Combine all other ingredients except for the beer in a blender, blend until smooth and pour into the glass. If your glass is the right size, you should still have room for the beer.

Step three

Holding your thumb over the opening of the bottle of beer, quickly overturn the bottle into the glass, removing your thumb just before submerging it into the glass.

Step four

Drink with a straw, ideally with a friend.

Contributed by Supercall