Margaritas are a deliciously simple cocktail that’s impressive, strong and bound to get any party started. The 1930s cocktail only contains three basic ingredients – triple sec, tequila and the juice of a lemon or lime. Of course, there are some additional ingredients that you can use to put your own little ‘twist’ on it, as well as the increasingly popular modern take – frozen margaritas. And last, but by no means least, the tell-tale sign of any Margarita – salt around the rim!
Here are some of our favourite recipes for you get the party started with some concoctions of your own!
50 ml Don Julio Blanco tequila
35 ml Orange Liqueur
25 ml Lime juice
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice
Add Don Julio Blanco, orange liqueur and lime juice
Shake until cold and strain
We love this easy to follow Frozen Margarita recipe video from Absolut – can’t wait to get blending!
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