Rub a lime wedge around the rims of 12 margarita glasses, then dip in the coarse salt. In a large pitcher, combine the remaining 3 cups (420 G) of ice, the tequila, orange liqueur, lime juice, and agave. Stir well. Fill each glass with ¼ cup (35 G) ice, garnish with lime wheels, and pour in the margaritas. Serve immediately. Enjoy!
Justin Taylor’s big-batch Margarita. Dan Toulgoet photo Toss one of these bottled Margaritas to your guests the next time you have a party or barbecue. Minds blown! 3 cups reposado tequila 1.5 cups Cointreau 1.5 cups freshly squeezed lime juice 2 cups water 2 pinches sea salt. Combine all ingredients in a large pitcher.
This recipe makes 3 gallons of the best homemade margaritas you have ever tasted! Make sure you have a big bucket or cooler to mix it up in. I make this recipe for parties, or I give away quart jars to friends! 4 cans Frozen Limeade 15 oz. Lime Juice 4 Liters Sprite 4 12 oz. Corona Beer 19 oz.
1 750-milliliter bottle silver tequila (in this margarita, the better the tequila, the better the drink - try Herradura, El Tesoro, El Viejito, Patron or practically any one of the 100% agave tequilas that are available in the market); 1 to 2 cups (1/3 to 2/3 of a 750-milliliter bottle) Triple Sec or Cointreau; 1 cup freshly squeezed lime juice, plus several tablespoons extra for rimming the ...
DIRECTIONS. Rub the rim of a chilled glass with a lime peel. Salt-frost it by dipping in coarse salt. Half fill a large jug with ice. Pour in juices, Triple Sec and Tequila.
In a large pitcher, combine lime juice, tequila, and triple sec or Grand Marnier. Add chilled sugar syrup, and stir to combine. Add ice cubes, and serve in prepared glasses.
A night with friends filled with fun, laughter, and a big pitcher of margaritas. And I am 100% here for you with the easiest big-batch margarita recipe. It all starts with a can of frozen limeade concentrate which you then use to measure the rest of your ingredients— tequila, triple sec, lemon juice.
6 cups = 1 average-sized pitcher = 8 individual margaritas. It took me about 15-20 small limes to get 2 cups lime juice. Scale up or down as needed depending on the size of your group! Store any leftover margaritas in the fridge.
No mixes, bottled juices, or frozen mumbo jumbo here. Give me my rim salted, my ice cubes large and in charge, and an extra splash of tequila for good luck. When made properly—meaning the recipe ingredients include only fresh juices, liquor, and agave or simple syrup—a margarita is one of the most refreshing, satisfying drinks you’ll taste.
Simply multiply your cocktail recipe by eight and add ½ cup of water to dilute. If the drink contains bitters, start small and scale up. If the drink contains bitters, start small and scale up ...