If you've read our last 'essential Tquila cocktail recipes to know and try' list, we reckon that you've probably had a few glasses or whipped up a few yourselves already and enjoyed them all. The good news is that things don't end there for this prized Mexican spirit

In this edition of our long-running #TequilaTuesdays series, we've spent some time scouring the net and came up with these 4 'Masterclass' level recipes for you to try. After all, we're pretty sure you're now bored of the standard Margaritas and Sunrises by now, so these recipes should add a new dash of excitement.

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Garden Party 

Crafted by mixologist Erin Ashford, this mix calls for 1 1/4 oz of Don Julio Reposado, 1/2 oz of orange liqueur, 1/4 oz of honey syrup, 1/2 oz of fresh lemon juice, 2 dashes of Angostura bitters, as well as a lime wheel for garnish. 

To make this, simply mix all the liquid ingredients and shake it well in an ice-filled cocktail shaker before straining it into an ice-filled glass. Garnish it with a lime wheel and aptly named mix will suit any soiree you're planning on hosting in your garden. (Recipe source: Marie Claire) [caption id="attachment_17547" align="aligncenter" width="480"]

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Sparkling Tequila Sunrise 

Think the regular Margarita is a little meh? Then here's one way to add a nice fizzy finish. Make ready 2 oz of orange juice, 2 oz of Jose Cuervo Especial Gold (or any other preferred tequila), 1/2 oz of grenadine, and lastly, 2 oz of sparkling water (i.e. S. Pellegrino). 

In an ice-filled tall glass, pour the orange juice first before the Tequila. Then, add the sparkling water before finishing off with grenadine for the 'rise' effect. Lastly, garnish with a marashcino cherry and orange slice before serving. (Recipe source: Marie Claire

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Mango-Mint Margarita 

Tired of orange juice? Then this Martha Stewart mango-mint twist from of the classic margarita will be a solid alternative. Ready 4 cups of peeled, pitted and chopped mangoes plus thinly sliced, unpeeled mangoes for serving, 2 cups of tequila, 1 1/2 cups of fresh lime juice, 3/4 cup of sugar, 2/3 cup of fresh mint leaves, and 24 ounces of club soda. 

Start by pureeing the chopped mangoes, tequila, lime juice, and sugar in a blender until smooth. Prior to serving, pulse in some finely chopped mint before stirring in club soda. Then, serve over ice, not forgetting to garnish with the thin mango slices. 

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Strawberry, Basil, and Honey Punch 

Now here's another mix from Martha Stewart we reckon is worth a shot at making, especially if you have a party of 6 - 12 at hand. It calls for 1 1/2 cups of honey, widely-peeled strips of orange zest, 3 cups of hulled and chopped strawberries, 3/4 cups of basil leaves, 1 1/2 cups of fresh lime juice, not forgetting an entire 750ml bottle of your preferred tequila (recommended: Don Julio Anejo). 

Start by stirring honey, zest, and 1 1/2 cups hot water in a bowl until the honey dissolves and let it cool. Then, muddle the berries and basil in a pitcher until the latter is fragrant before mixing in the cooled honey mixture with lime juice, tequila and a lot of ice before serving to your party guests.