It’s officially summer, and it’s time to break out your cocktail shakers and get ready to host those summer BBQs! Here’s a classic drink with a twist, made from scratch if you so wish, or with pre-bought mixers if that’s more your style. Check back soon for our recipes for homemade simple syrup and sweet and sour mix.
You didn’t think I’d let Tequila Week slip by without a margarita, did you? Of course not!
Celebrate Day 3 of Tequila Week (and get yourself through the rest of the first full work week after a holiday – yikes) with these Raspberry Margaritas. You won’t be sorry.
You can use any kind of berries you’ve got lying around for these – I love to use blackberries or strawberries (or even peaches!) when raspberries are in short supply (or when I’ve just eaten them all before I get around to margarita making. It happens). But for realz. These margaritas are super duper. You should probably make them immediately.
After your ingredients get assembled, this drink comes together very easily. It is refreshing, sweet, and a little sour! Try it today!
- 1 ½ oz silver tequila
- 2 oz raspberry coulee
- 2 oz sweet & sour mix
- 1 oz simple syrup
- Sprite to fill glass
- Sugar to rim
1. Rim glass with simple syrup, and then edge it in the sugar. Mix all other ingredients and stir.