Margaritas are a well-known crowd pleaser! In just a few minutes you can whip up this tasty, fun treat to enjoy on its own or as part of your Cinco de Mayo celebration!
For these easy, icy margaritas, I'll start by salting the rim of of my glass by using a lime wedge to coat the rim and then dipping it in salt. (If you're enjoying these on a hot day, I LOVE these stylish short stemless glasses that also keep your margarita nice and icy. Or for a cute and quirky twist- you can try these super cute tall cactus glasses that I'm using). Fill the glass with ice.
Then, you'll want to gather 3 oz of lime juice (about 3 limes for fresh juice) or you can use the concentrate, 2 oz of silver tequila, and 1 oz orange liqueur (I'll save money by using the little bottles if this is all I'm making!). Add 1 tablespoon of simple syrup (it's easy to make or you can buy it prepared!) Mix these up in a cocktail shaker and then strain into your waiting glass. Garnish with a lime wedge.
That's it! Your margarita is ready for you to enjoy!
For a perfect pairing try:
Best Margaritas Ever
3 oz lime juice (fresh or from concentrate)
2 oz silver tequila
1 oz orange liqueur
1 tablespoon simple syrup (you can buy this or make your own)
Salt for glass rims (regular or margarita salt)
- Use a lime wedge to wet the rim of your glass. Then dip in the margarita salt to coat the rim.
- Add ice carefully to the glass.
- Use a cocktail shaker to shake the lime juice, tequila, orange liqueur, and simple syrup.
- Strain into prepared glass and garnish with lime wedge.
For more Cinco de Mayo pairings try:
Churro Cheesecake Bars for dessert!