mixto
 n.— «Some producers are giving in to the temptation to make tequila from 51 percent agave sugars and 49 percent other sugars, the minimum required to use the name tequila. The blended tequilas are called mixtos and have traditionally been used for margaritas.» —“Tequila gains in popularity” in Mexico City, Mexico Billings Gazette (Montana) Nov. 11, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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