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An easy, classic Margarita recipe combines tequila, triple sec, fresh lime juice, salt and a fresh-cut lime over ice. Sour mix may be used when fresh lime juice is not available, but most prefer the fresh version.

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As of 2015, the margarita is the fifth most popular cocktail in the world. It is the most popular cocktail choice of women worldwide, and out of all the tequila-based drinks, the margarita is the most popular.

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Margarita mix stays fresh for up to 12 months. The mix should be refrigerated after it is opened. Margarita mix may start to change color or texture after 12 months.

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Tequila, Cointreau or triple sec and fresh limes are the ingredients of a classic, simple margarita recipe. Its simplicity allows for variations, such as a pomegranate margarita or a frozen margarita.

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In its simplest and classic form, a margarita consists of a mix of tequila, triple sec and lime juice served neat, on the rocks or frozen, usually with salt or sugar on the rim. The margarita is a very popular cocktail, and there is no shortage of recipes and variations.

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To make a margarita with beer, mix beer, tequila and limeade into a large or medium-sized pitcher depending upon the amount you want to prepare. A medium-sized pitcher yields up to 4 servings. Serve the beer margarita over ice immediately, and garnish the glasses with lime wedges if desired.

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One basic recipe for a non-alcoholic margarita combines one ounce each of lemon juice, lime juice and orange juice with two ounces of simple syrup. Shake the mixture over ice and strain into a margarita glass.

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To make a traditional margarita, mix 3 tablespoons of tequila with 1 1/2 tablespoons each of triple sec and lime juice. Pour over ice, and add salt to the rim or a lime wedge as a garnish.

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To make a great margarita for a party, combine 1 1/2 ounces of tequila, an ounce of lime juice and 1/2 an ounce of Cointreau in a salt-rimmed glass full of crushed ice. Stir gently a few times until the drink is chilled, then serve immediately.

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Strawberries, blueberries, watermelon and honeydew melon are all great fruits to use in margarita recipes. Coconut, limes, cherries and passion fruit can add a special twist to a classic margarita, as found on Yummly.com.