Margarita

Everybody knows the Margarita, that rejuvenating cocktail that could be made in a lot of ways, take on many personalities, and also the demanded summer drink. The Margarita is among the preferred drinks in America and exhibits no signs of slowing down. There are many Margarita varieties, so you should be able to pick one that’s just right for you. You will find three basic methods for you to serve this cocktail: neat, on the rocks, or frozen. The next thing is, sugar, salt, or nothing on the edge of your glass. The options are limitless.

Blood Orange Margarita

Mix up your classic Margarita with blood orange juice and Campari.  Enjoy the tart flavor of the Blood Orange Margarita that is not only brilliantly colored but also refreshing as well.

St. Rita

Simple yet elegant.  St. Rita cocktail is simply a Margarita made by mixing of tequila and St. Germain. 

Guadalajara Silver

Mix up tequila with ginger and grapefruit juice to get this Margarita cocktail that is second to none. 

Baileys Irish Margarita

Do you love Baileys?  People try it in ice cream, muffins, cheesecakes and now they come up with a  Margarita recipe that is Irish style.  It’s a creamy and sweet flavor blended Margarita that is served on a high glass. 

Strawberry Margarita

Possibly the most popular fruity Margarita, strawberry Margarita is an excellent frozen drink for the summer and of course by the pool.  You can use frozen strawberries or fresh ones.  Some use low quality tequilas to make this drink since the fruit masks the taste but I’m always a big fan of using premium alcohol for mixing any kind of cocktail.   Just like any other blended drinks, you can adjust the amount of alcohol, fruit and of course ice.

Green Margarita

This Margarita cocktail is a classic recipe using sugar snap pea puree.  This is a tequila drink with salty and savory flavor which is prepare shaken and served on the rocks.  It’s relatively simple to make and it’s not that strong.