Tequila

Fresh Strawberry Margarita

Fresh Strawberry Margarita

The Strawberry Margarita is perhaps the most popular flavored Margarita. There’s really no better combination than sweet berries and tart lime juice. It’s also very quick and easy to shake up super fresh-tasting Strawberry Margaritas – no special syrups or mixers required. This fresh Strawberry …READ MORE

How to Make Perfect Frozen Margaritas

How to Make Perfect Frozen Margaritas

The classic Frozen Margarita is one of the best ways to cool off on a hot summer day. It’s also incredibly easy to blend up any time you’re in the mood for a sweet and sour tequila slushie! You may also enjoy my Fresh Strawberry …READ MORE

Classic Margarita

Classic Margarita

The classic Margarita is one of the most popular cocktails in the world – and for good reason! Tequila (or mezcal), fresh lime juice, and triple sec come together to form a delicious classic cocktail trifecta. Disclosure: This post includes Amazon affiliate links, which means …READ MORE

Raspberry Passion Fruit Tequila Sour

Raspberry Passion Fruit Tequila Sour

Tequila, raspberries, passionfruit, and vanilla come together in this vibrant, vermillion cocktail. If you enjoy margaritas and exotic flavors, give this tequila sour a try! I originally created this as a Valentine’s Day recipe, but it’s delicious enough to want to shake up any time …READ MORE

Tommy’s Margarita

Tommy’s Margarita

Tommy’s Margarita is one of the most popular margarita variations being shaken across the world today. Substituting agave syrup for triple sec, Tommy’s Margarita is crisp and agave-forward, emphasizing the flavor of the tequila. Who’s Tommy? And what about Julio? This simple blend of tequila, …READ MORE

Offbeat Tiki Cocktails to Sip on This Summer

Offbeat Tiki Cocktails to Sip on This Summer

You can sip on tiki cocktails year round, but they’re that much better on the beach, poolside, or even just lounging on the couch in front of the AC on a hot summer day. The tiki genre is a vast and eclectic sea of cocktail recipes, but most have the following characteristics in common: the use of rum, tropical fruits, citrus juices, and often exotic spices in the form of syrups, liqueurs, or bitters. You can’t go wrong with a classic Mai Tai, but if you’re looking for something new and different, give one of these a try the next time you’re in the mood for something tropical.