Sangrita or “little bloody thing” (not to be confused with Sangria) is a traditional Mexican chaser to tequila. This fiery combination of citrus and chili sauce is the traditional rooted in the Jalisco and Oaxaca regions. There are many variations, but Sangrita is typically a blend of crushed tomatoes or tomato juice, orange juice, lime juice and chilies or chili sauce.

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