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Now we KNOW Beach Lovers love their margaritas. But what happens when it’s the holidays, and you are not at the beach? I’ve got you covered with a Christmas Margarita!
After you bake DOZENS of cookies. Get a big old ham or turkey ready to go Christmas morning. Or a big pot of sauce like in my house for lasagna, you know you’re ready for a good cocktail.
So here you go! Below is an easy-to-make margarita for Christmas. After all we do during the holidays, I know we can all use a cocktail, or three, after a busy day.
It’s red, so I’m calling a Beach Lover’s Sunset Christmas Margarita. Enjoy!
Beach Lover’s Sunset Christmas Margarita
Christmas Margarita Ingredients
- Tequila. I prefer a white tequila and use Patrón Roca Silver 2 ounces
- Cranberry Juice 3 ounces
- Lime Juice 1 ounce
- Cointreau but you can also use Triple Sec. I prefer Cointreau.
Place these four ingredients into a shaker cup with ice and shake. Or dance around shaking your booty and the shaker at the same time.
Pour into a tumbler with either sugar or salt on the rim. I personally use salt, but the choice is yours.
Garnish with something festive for the holidays. Red cherries. Cranberries. Or even a red and white candy ribbon on the rim. Think outside the box and have fun.
Tip: This easy recipe is also fantastic in a punch bowl. Increase the amount for each ingredient, add ice, garnish and enjoy! Merry Christmas to you AND me!
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