Margarita Cocktail Ingredients. The main spirit base for the margarita is tequila, and with so many bottles coming out of its namesake home in Mexico, experimenting with different tastes is ...
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 ...
Combine coconut milk, tequila, triple sec, lime juice and ice in a blender. Blend until smooth. Rim glasses with lime wedge and dip in sanding sugar.
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Naturally that transitioned over to the virgin margarita recipe and gives the drink the distinct balance and depth of flavor you hope for in a really good margarita. I feel like I have used a lot of big fancy words to describe this but the fact is if I am making it you can can count on two things. 1. It will be easy.
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Easy, blender free, slushy, margarita. Perfect for camping, the RV or just to have on hand for a quick and yummy frozen drink! Just dump it all into a tupperware type container and freeze! The alcohol prevents it from freezing solid. Prep time does not include freeze time.
If you don't like a strong taste of tequila in your margarita, then this recipe is for you. It's a mild tasting margarita. This has the sweet and tart flavors you expect from a margarita, but the beer adds a bubbly flavor we loved. It's perfect to sip on while enjoying chips and salsa. The Test Kitchen
Our classic Margarita recipe calls for 1 ¾ parts tequila to 1 part lime juice to ¾ part orange liqueur. If you prefer a sweeter drink, swap out half the liqueur for agave nectar.
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