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Hibiscus Refresher

A pleasant, refreshing summertime cocktail drink, the Hibiscus Tequila cooler is like a Margarita, but only better. Your guests will want this recipe!

Blueberry hibiscus margarita recipe

Celebrate your Fourth of July with these Blueberry-Hibiscus Margaritas. These festive cocktails are sweet, fresh and flavorful.

Cheers to the green and the Irish! Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a frosty green cocktail — no beer mug needed. Let’s start off with our favorite St. Paddy’s drink, the Boozy Shamrock Shake by Cooking with Curls. She even shares a vegan version! This Sour Green Apple Jalapeno Margarita packs a punch of fresh [...]

Green Drinks That Aren’t Beer

Sour Green Apple Jalapeno Margaritas --- I would personally leave the jalapeno out and just make it a sour apple margarita.

Dahlia's Signature Cocktail...The Margarita, of course!!

Better than those pre-made fluorescent bottles from the store.

Blackberry Margaritas | Cooking Light - Blend fresh blackberries with simple syrup, agave blanco tequila, Grand Marnier, and fresh lime juice for a delicious margarita that pairs perfectly with hot summer weather.

Blackberry Margaritas

Blackberry Margaritas- Blend fresh blackberries with simple syrup, agave blanco tequila, Grand Marnier, and fresh lime juice for a delicious margarita that pairs perfectly with hot summer weather.

Cinco De Mayo Margarita Recipe

Cinco De Mayo Margarita

Mango Margarita

Mango Margarita At the Casa Noble estate, bartender David Yan created this margarita to showcase the property’s own tequila. He coats the rim of the glass with citrusy Tajin-brand chile powder, but any powdered chile will give the drink a fun kick.

The Cooking Light Margarita—just 130 calories!

Our Best Margarita Recipes

The Cooking Light Margarita—just 130 calories!--The Cooking Light Margarita: 1 ounce premium or silver tequila, ounce Cointreau or other orange-flavored liqueur, ounces fresh-squeezed lime juice. Shake with cup ice; garnish with lime.

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