Celebrate National Margarita Day in style with these fun margarita recipes. Salud!
Grab some fresh figs and relax with this sweet and refreshing fig margarita.
National Margarita Day or not, it’s always a good time to toast to Mexico’s national drink and most beloved exports, the margarita.
No sugar added pineapple margarita made with fresh pineapple juice, tequila, triple sec, lime and lemon juice.
A classic cocktail made with some less than common ingredients makes for an instant crowd pleaser.
A cool basil margarita is a great way to use up the herbs that may be taking over your garden. Or, it is just an awesome way to chill out.
Complete with tequila, lime juice, and Cointreau, this margarita granita is a perfect summer drink in dessert form.
Creamy coconut milk and fresh mango along with mango nectar are what makes this margarita, cool, thick, and something special.
A twist on the classic frozen strawberry margarita with a black pepper kick – the perfect drink to enjoy all summer long.
A sweet and tangy frozen treat perfect for the warm weather.
Blueberries give this margarita a great tartness and beautiful color.
A refreshing variation on the often too-sweet standard margarita.
This new take on the classic uses a lavender simple syrup and salted rim with ground pistachios, a perfect cocktail to enjoy while relaxing on a warm day.
Make this festive spring drink now. Grab fresh basil, plenty of lime juice and shake away.
Cool off with a frosty pineapple margarita. Blend with a touch of cilantro and green chili for flavor and heat, perfect for a patio cocktail.
Think warm thoughts with three new margaritas using flavors that will inspire your cold beverage.
Blended with smokey pineapple and a splash vanilla extract, this well-rounded drink is sure to refresh with a hint of spice, too.
A mixture of sweet fruits and tangy limes make for a delicious variation on a standard margarita.
A classic margarita with a fruity and frothy twist.
This cocktail is cool, refreshing, and so easy to make, no fancy ingredients required.
Just like the easy summer drink, these margarita popsicles are a simple and delicious. Now this is how you really cool off while you drink.
Sitting in the backyard after work, on a warm evening, with a cocktail in hand and a tasty, fresh snack nearby. A perfect image of summer.
These are perfect – not so frozen so they’ll give you head freeze, and perfectly balanced.
If you’re keen on cocktails, try out this recipe for a cherry margarita that will blow your mind.
The Makers Mark Margarita Rita-Rita is named after Rita Cote, owner of the Tanque Verde Ranch in Tucson, AZ.