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Fresh Spring Margarita

Fresh Spring Margarita

As the weather begins to get warmer and flowers start to bloom, it’s time to spring into the season with refreshing cocktails

As the weather begins to get warmer and flowers start to bloom, it’s time to spring into the new season with refreshing cocktails!

Whether you’re planning a rooftop happy hour or brunch with friends, you need the perfect cocktails to keep everyone’s spirits blossoming. This year, shower your friends and family with this spring-inspired cocktail from Olmeca Altos.

Ingredients

  • 2 parts tequila, such as Altos Plata
  • 1/2 part lemon juice
  • 1/2 part simple syrup
  • 5 muddled mint leaves

Directions

Shake with ice and strain over crushed ice.

Nutritional Facts

Servings1

Calories Per Serving79

Folate equivalent (total)6µg1%


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Frozen Mango Margarita

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Prickly Pear Margaritas

Prickly pears are much sweeter than their spiky appearance would suggest. The cactus fruit is like a mix of watermelon and strawberry, and it pairs perfectly with classic margarita flavors.

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Pomegranate Margaritas

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Spicy Margarita

¡Hace calor! In this margarita, "sweet" and "heat" meet in lip-lickin' harmony.

Chipotle Grapefruit Margarita

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Frozen Cucumber Margarita

Michael Symon blends a hothouse cucumber and mint leaves into his margarita for their cooling, savory flavors.

Grilled Citrus Margarita

Dip sliced lemons, limes and oranges into sugar before caramelizing them on the grill to create a smoky, sweet citrus juice to mix with your favorite tequila. Serve the margaritas in Mason jars for a rustic, cozy vibe.

Bobby Flay's Sangrita

Bobby's unique cocktail combines the savory flavors of a Bloody Mary (this one contains caramelized onions!) with the ingredients of a margarita. Perfect for brunch or sipping leisurely in the sun.

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Classic Margarita

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Agave Margarita

Do you prefer your margarita blended or on the rocks (and with or without salt)? This classic tequila cocktail made with agave syrup can be shaken and strained or whirred into a frozen slush, so there's something for everyone.

Frozen Mango Margarita

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Prickly Pear Margaritas

Prickly pears are much sweeter than their spiky appearance would suggest. The cactus fruit is like a mix of watermelon and strawberry, and it pairs perfectly with classic margarita flavors.

Cucumber Jalapeno Margarita

Michael Symon infuses this margarita with a halved jalapeno pepper and thin slices of cucumbers –– the longer it sits, the more its spicy notes and refreshing savory flavor intensify.

Pomegranate Margaritas

This sweet-tart margarita is all fun: pink, frozen and salted on the edge to balance the flavor palate.

Charred Orange Margarita

This margarita's special twist comes from giving the orange a quick char on the grill, and then mixing it with tequila and lemon and lime juices for a tart cocktail.

Spicy Margarita

¡Hace calor! In this margarita, "sweet" and "heat" meet in lip-lickin' harmony.

Chipotle Grapefruit Margarita

Ruby red grapefruit juice makes a perfect partner for smoky chipotle powder in this sweet, tangy margarita that has just a hint of heat.

Whole Citrus Margarita

Michael Chiarello's citrus margarita is tart, tasty and easy to make all year long. Try it at your next party.

Pomegranate Margarita

Lovely Lavender Margaritas

The Ultimate Margarita

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Watermelon Margarita Mimosa

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Frozen Cucumber Margarita

Michael Symon blends a hothouse cucumber and mint leaves into his margarita for their cooling, savory flavors.

Grilled Citrus Margarita

Dip sliced lemons, limes and oranges into sugar before caramelizing them on the grill to create a smoky, sweet citrus juice to mix with your favorite tequila. Serve the margaritas in Mason jars for a rustic, cozy vibe.

Bobby Flay's Sangrita

Bobby's unique cocktail combines the savory flavors of a Bloody Mary (this one contains caramelized onions!) with the ingredients of a margarita. Perfect for brunch or sipping leisurely in the sun.

Mint Julep Margarita

This mash-up of the Kentucky Derby classic and the must-have Mexican drink combines Southern flavors (muddled mint leaves and bourbon) with margarita staples (lime juice and orange liqueur) to form the ultimate hybrid cocktail.


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Classic Margarita

Simple, straightforward and definitely a classic: This margarita recipe is a solid crowd-pleaser.

Agave Margarita

Do you prefer your margarita blended or on the rocks (and with or without salt)? This classic tequila cocktail made with agave syrup can be shaken and strained or whirred into a frozen slush, so there's something for everyone.

Frozen Mango Margarita

Margaritas can be super-sweet, but Ellie Krieger's lighter version swaps most of the sugar for ripe frozen mango. Don't worry, she doesn't skimp on the most-important part &mdash good-quality silver tequila.

Prickly Pear Margaritas

Prickly pears are much sweeter than their spiky appearance would suggest. The cactus fruit is like a mix of watermelon and strawberry, and it pairs perfectly with classic margarita flavors.

Cucumber Jalapeno Margarita

Michael Symon infuses this margarita with a halved jalapeno pepper and thin slices of cucumbers –– the longer it sits, the more its spicy notes and refreshing savory flavor intensify.

Pomegranate Margaritas

This sweet-tart margarita is all fun: pink, frozen and salted on the edge to balance the flavor palate.

Charred Orange Margarita

This margarita's special twist comes from giving the orange a quick char on the grill, and then mixing it with tequila and lemon and lime juices for a tart cocktail.

Spicy Margarita

¡Hace calor! In this margarita, "sweet" and "heat" meet in lip-lickin' harmony.

Chipotle Grapefruit Margarita

Ruby red grapefruit juice makes a perfect partner for smoky chipotle powder in this sweet, tangy margarita that has just a hint of heat.

Whole Citrus Margarita

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Pomegranate Margarita

Lovely Lavender Margaritas

The Ultimate Margarita

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Watermelon Margarita Mimosa

Transform a basic margarita into a bright, bubbly drink by adding watermelon juice, orange liqueur and chilled cava.

Frozen Cucumber Margarita

Michael Symon blends a hothouse cucumber and mint leaves into his margarita for their cooling, savory flavors.

Grilled Citrus Margarita

Dip sliced lemons, limes and oranges into sugar before caramelizing them on the grill to create a smoky, sweet citrus juice to mix with your favorite tequila. Serve the margaritas in Mason jars for a rustic, cozy vibe.

Bobby Flay's Sangrita

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Mint Julep Margarita

This mash-up of the Kentucky Derby classic and the must-have Mexican drink combines Southern flavors (muddled mint leaves and bourbon) with margarita staples (lime juice and orange liqueur) to form the ultimate hybrid cocktail.


28 Top Margarita Recipes

Whether frozen, blended or on the rocks, our margarita recipes are perfect for pairing with Mexican fare or for any festive party.

Related To:

Photo By: Drink Up ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2016, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

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Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

Classic Margarita

Simple, straightforward and definitely a classic: This margarita recipe is a solid crowd-pleaser.

Agave Margarita

Do you prefer your margarita blended or on the rocks (and with or without salt)? This classic tequila cocktail made with agave syrup can be shaken and strained or whirred into a frozen slush, so there's something for everyone.

Frozen Mango Margarita

Margaritas can be super-sweet, but Ellie Krieger's lighter version swaps most of the sugar for ripe frozen mango. Don't worry, she doesn't skimp on the most-important part &mdash good-quality silver tequila.

Prickly Pear Margaritas

Prickly pears are much sweeter than their spiky appearance would suggest. The cactus fruit is like a mix of watermelon and strawberry, and it pairs perfectly with classic margarita flavors.

Cucumber Jalapeno Margarita

Michael Symon infuses this margarita with a halved jalapeno pepper and thin slices of cucumbers –– the longer it sits, the more its spicy notes and refreshing savory flavor intensify.

Pomegranate Margaritas

This sweet-tart margarita is all fun: pink, frozen and salted on the edge to balance the flavor palate.

Charred Orange Margarita

This margarita's special twist comes from giving the orange a quick char on the grill, and then mixing it with tequila and lemon and lime juices for a tart cocktail.

Spicy Margarita

¡Hace calor! In this margarita, "sweet" and "heat" meet in lip-lickin' harmony.

Chipotle Grapefruit Margarita

Ruby red grapefruit juice makes a perfect partner for smoky chipotle powder in this sweet, tangy margarita that has just a hint of heat.

Whole Citrus Margarita

Michael Chiarello's citrus margarita is tart, tasty and easy to make all year long. Try it at your next party.

Pomegranate Margarita

Lovely Lavender Margaritas

The Ultimate Margarita

Yes, it's true — skip the skepticism and shake up Tyler Florence's margarita to see why it's truly the ultimate take on this on-the-rocks fave.

Watermelon Margarita Mimosa

Transform a basic margarita into a bright, bubbly drink by adding watermelon juice, orange liqueur and chilled cava.

Frozen Cucumber Margarita

Michael Symon blends a hothouse cucumber and mint leaves into his margarita for their cooling, savory flavors.

Grilled Citrus Margarita

Dip sliced lemons, limes and oranges into sugar before caramelizing them on the grill to create a smoky, sweet citrus juice to mix with your favorite tequila. Serve the margaritas in Mason jars for a rustic, cozy vibe.

Bobby Flay's Sangrita

Bobby's unique cocktail combines the savory flavors of a Bloody Mary (this one contains caramelized onions!) with the ingredients of a margarita. Perfect for brunch or sipping leisurely in the sun.

Mint Julep Margarita

This mash-up of the Kentucky Derby classic and the must-have Mexican drink combines Southern flavors (muddled mint leaves and bourbon) with margarita staples (lime juice and orange liqueur) to form the ultimate hybrid cocktail.


28 Top Margarita Recipes

Whether frozen, blended or on the rocks, our margarita recipes are perfect for pairing with Mexican fare or for any festive party.

Related To:

Photo By: Drink Up ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2016, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

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Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

Classic Margarita

Simple, straightforward and definitely a classic: This margarita recipe is a solid crowd-pleaser.

Agave Margarita

Do you prefer your margarita blended or on the rocks (and with or without salt)? This classic tequila cocktail made with agave syrup can be shaken and strained or whirred into a frozen slush, so there's something for everyone.

Frozen Mango Margarita

Margaritas can be super-sweet, but Ellie Krieger's lighter version swaps most of the sugar for ripe frozen mango. Don't worry, she doesn't skimp on the most-important part &mdash good-quality silver tequila.

Prickly Pear Margaritas

Prickly pears are much sweeter than their spiky appearance would suggest. The cactus fruit is like a mix of watermelon and strawberry, and it pairs perfectly with classic margarita flavors.

Cucumber Jalapeno Margarita

Michael Symon infuses this margarita with a halved jalapeno pepper and thin slices of cucumbers –– the longer it sits, the more its spicy notes and refreshing savory flavor intensify.

Pomegranate Margaritas

This sweet-tart margarita is all fun: pink, frozen and salted on the edge to balance the flavor palate.

Charred Orange Margarita

This margarita's special twist comes from giving the orange a quick char on the grill, and then mixing it with tequila and lemon and lime juices for a tart cocktail.

Spicy Margarita

¡Hace calor! In this margarita, "sweet" and "heat" meet in lip-lickin' harmony.

Chipotle Grapefruit Margarita

Ruby red grapefruit juice makes a perfect partner for smoky chipotle powder in this sweet, tangy margarita that has just a hint of heat.

Whole Citrus Margarita

Michael Chiarello's citrus margarita is tart, tasty and easy to make all year long. Try it at your next party.

Pomegranate Margarita

Lovely Lavender Margaritas

The Ultimate Margarita

Yes, it's true — skip the skepticism and shake up Tyler Florence's margarita to see why it's truly the ultimate take on this on-the-rocks fave.

Watermelon Margarita Mimosa

Transform a basic margarita into a bright, bubbly drink by adding watermelon juice, orange liqueur and chilled cava.

Frozen Cucumber Margarita

Michael Symon blends a hothouse cucumber and mint leaves into his margarita for their cooling, savory flavors.

Grilled Citrus Margarita

Dip sliced lemons, limes and oranges into sugar before caramelizing them on the grill to create a smoky, sweet citrus juice to mix with your favorite tequila. Serve the margaritas in Mason jars for a rustic, cozy vibe.

Bobby Flay's Sangrita

Bobby's unique cocktail combines the savory flavors of a Bloody Mary (this one contains caramelized onions!) with the ingredients of a margarita. Perfect for brunch or sipping leisurely in the sun.

Mint Julep Margarita

This mash-up of the Kentucky Derby classic and the must-have Mexican drink combines Southern flavors (muddled mint leaves and bourbon) with margarita staples (lime juice and orange liqueur) to form the ultimate hybrid cocktail.


28 Top Margarita Recipes

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Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2016, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Classic Margarita

Simple, straightforward and definitely a classic: This margarita recipe is a solid crowd-pleaser.

Agave Margarita

Do you prefer your margarita blended or on the rocks (and with or without salt)? This classic tequila cocktail made with agave syrup can be shaken and strained or whirred into a frozen slush, so there's something for everyone.

Frozen Mango Margarita

Margaritas can be super-sweet, but Ellie Krieger's lighter version swaps most of the sugar for ripe frozen mango. Don't worry, she doesn't skimp on the most-important part &mdash good-quality silver tequila.

Prickly Pear Margaritas

Prickly pears are much sweeter than their spiky appearance would suggest. The cactus fruit is like a mix of watermelon and strawberry, and it pairs perfectly with classic margarita flavors.

Cucumber Jalapeno Margarita

Michael Symon infuses this margarita with a halved jalapeno pepper and thin slices of cucumbers –– the longer it sits, the more its spicy notes and refreshing savory flavor intensify.

Pomegranate Margaritas

This sweet-tart margarita is all fun: pink, frozen and salted on the edge to balance the flavor palate.

Charred Orange Margarita

This margarita's special twist comes from giving the orange a quick char on the grill, and then mixing it with tequila and lemon and lime juices for a tart cocktail.

Spicy Margarita

¡Hace calor! In this margarita, "sweet" and "heat" meet in lip-lickin' harmony.

Chipotle Grapefruit Margarita

Ruby red grapefruit juice makes a perfect partner for smoky chipotle powder in this sweet, tangy margarita that has just a hint of heat.

Whole Citrus Margarita

Michael Chiarello's citrus margarita is tart, tasty and easy to make all year long. Try it at your next party.

Pomegranate Margarita

Lovely Lavender Margaritas

The Ultimate Margarita

Yes, it's true — skip the skepticism and shake up Tyler Florence's margarita to see why it's truly the ultimate take on this on-the-rocks fave.

Watermelon Margarita Mimosa

Transform a basic margarita into a bright, bubbly drink by adding watermelon juice, orange liqueur and chilled cava.

Frozen Cucumber Margarita

Michael Symon blends a hothouse cucumber and mint leaves into his margarita for their cooling, savory flavors.

Grilled Citrus Margarita

Dip sliced lemons, limes and oranges into sugar before caramelizing them on the grill to create a smoky, sweet citrus juice to mix with your favorite tequila. Serve the margaritas in Mason jars for a rustic, cozy vibe.

Bobby Flay's Sangrita

Bobby's unique cocktail combines the savory flavors of a Bloody Mary (this one contains caramelized onions!) with the ingredients of a margarita. Perfect for brunch or sipping leisurely in the sun.

Mint Julep Margarita

This mash-up of the Kentucky Derby classic and the must-have Mexican drink combines Southern flavors (muddled mint leaves and bourbon) with margarita staples (lime juice and orange liqueur) to form the ultimate hybrid cocktail.


28 Top Margarita Recipes

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Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2016, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

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Classic Margarita

Simple, straightforward and definitely a classic: This margarita recipe is a solid crowd-pleaser.

Agave Margarita

Do you prefer your margarita blended or on the rocks (and with or without salt)? This classic tequila cocktail made with agave syrup can be shaken and strained or whirred into a frozen slush, so there's something for everyone.

Frozen Mango Margarita

Margaritas can be super-sweet, but Ellie Krieger's lighter version swaps most of the sugar for ripe frozen mango. Don't worry, she doesn't skimp on the most-important part &mdash good-quality silver tequila.

Prickly Pear Margaritas

Prickly pears are much sweeter than their spiky appearance would suggest. The cactus fruit is like a mix of watermelon and strawberry, and it pairs perfectly with classic margarita flavors.

Cucumber Jalapeno Margarita

Michael Symon infuses this margarita with a halved jalapeno pepper and thin slices of cucumbers –– the longer it sits, the more its spicy notes and refreshing savory flavor intensify.

Pomegranate Margaritas

This sweet-tart margarita is all fun: pink, frozen and salted on the edge to balance the flavor palate.

Charred Orange Margarita

This margarita's special twist comes from giving the orange a quick char on the grill, and then mixing it with tequila and lemon and lime juices for a tart cocktail.

Spicy Margarita

¡Hace calor! In this margarita, "sweet" and "heat" meet in lip-lickin' harmony.

Chipotle Grapefruit Margarita

Ruby red grapefruit juice makes a perfect partner for smoky chipotle powder in this sweet, tangy margarita that has just a hint of heat.

Whole Citrus Margarita

Michael Chiarello's citrus margarita is tart, tasty and easy to make all year long. Try it at your next party.

Pomegranate Margarita

Lovely Lavender Margaritas

The Ultimate Margarita

Yes, it's true — skip the skepticism and shake up Tyler Florence's margarita to see why it's truly the ultimate take on this on-the-rocks fave.

Watermelon Margarita Mimosa

Transform a basic margarita into a bright, bubbly drink by adding watermelon juice, orange liqueur and chilled cava.

Frozen Cucumber Margarita

Michael Symon blends a hothouse cucumber and mint leaves into his margarita for their cooling, savory flavors.

Grilled Citrus Margarita

Dip sliced lemons, limes and oranges into sugar before caramelizing them on the grill to create a smoky, sweet citrus juice to mix with your favorite tequila. Serve the margaritas in Mason jars for a rustic, cozy vibe.

Bobby Flay's Sangrita

Bobby's unique cocktail combines the savory flavors of a Bloody Mary (this one contains caramelized onions!) with the ingredients of a margarita. Perfect for brunch or sipping leisurely in the sun.

Mint Julep Margarita

This mash-up of the Kentucky Derby classic and the must-have Mexican drink combines Southern flavors (muddled mint leaves and bourbon) with margarita staples (lime juice and orange liqueur) to form the ultimate hybrid cocktail.


28 Top Margarita Recipes

Whether frozen, blended or on the rocks, our margarita recipes are perfect for pairing with Mexican fare or for any festive party.

Related To:

Photo By: Drink Up ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2016, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

Classic Margarita

Simple, straightforward and definitely a classic: This margarita recipe is a solid crowd-pleaser.

Agave Margarita

Do you prefer your margarita blended or on the rocks (and with or without salt)? This classic tequila cocktail made with agave syrup can be shaken and strained or whirred into a frozen slush, so there's something for everyone.

Frozen Mango Margarita

Margaritas can be super-sweet, but Ellie Krieger's lighter version swaps most of the sugar for ripe frozen mango. Don't worry, she doesn't skimp on the most-important part &mdash good-quality silver tequila.

Prickly Pear Margaritas

Prickly pears are much sweeter than their spiky appearance would suggest. The cactus fruit is like a mix of watermelon and strawberry, and it pairs perfectly with classic margarita flavors.

Cucumber Jalapeno Margarita

Michael Symon infuses this margarita with a halved jalapeno pepper and thin slices of cucumbers –– the longer it sits, the more its spicy notes and refreshing savory flavor intensify.

Pomegranate Margaritas

This sweet-tart margarita is all fun: pink, frozen and salted on the edge to balance the flavor palate.

Charred Orange Margarita

This margarita's special twist comes from giving the orange a quick char on the grill, and then mixing it with tequila and lemon and lime juices for a tart cocktail.

Spicy Margarita

¡Hace calor! In this margarita, "sweet" and "heat" meet in lip-lickin' harmony.

Chipotle Grapefruit Margarita

Ruby red grapefruit juice makes a perfect partner for smoky chipotle powder in this sweet, tangy margarita that has just a hint of heat.

Whole Citrus Margarita

Michael Chiarello's citrus margarita is tart, tasty and easy to make all year long. Try it at your next party.

Pomegranate Margarita

Lovely Lavender Margaritas

The Ultimate Margarita

Yes, it's true — skip the skepticism and shake up Tyler Florence's margarita to see why it's truly the ultimate take on this on-the-rocks fave.

Watermelon Margarita Mimosa

Transform a basic margarita into a bright, bubbly drink by adding watermelon juice, orange liqueur and chilled cava.

Frozen Cucumber Margarita

Michael Symon blends a hothouse cucumber and mint leaves into his margarita for their cooling, savory flavors.

Grilled Citrus Margarita

Dip sliced lemons, limes and oranges into sugar before caramelizing them on the grill to create a smoky, sweet citrus juice to mix with your favorite tequila. Serve the margaritas in Mason jars for a rustic, cozy vibe.

Bobby Flay's Sangrita

Bobby's unique cocktail combines the savory flavors of a Bloody Mary (this one contains caramelized onions!) with the ingredients of a margarita. Perfect for brunch or sipping leisurely in the sun.

Mint Julep Margarita

This mash-up of the Kentucky Derby classic and the must-have Mexican drink combines Southern flavors (muddled mint leaves and bourbon) with margarita staples (lime juice and orange liqueur) to form the ultimate hybrid cocktail.


28 Top Margarita Recipes

Whether frozen, blended or on the rocks, our margarita recipes are perfect for pairing with Mexican fare or for any festive party.

Related To:

Photo By: Drink Up ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2016, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

Photo By: Stephen Murello ©Stephen Murello

Classic Margarita

Simple, straightforward and definitely a classic: This margarita recipe is a solid crowd-pleaser.

Agave Margarita

Do you prefer your margarita blended or on the rocks (and with or without salt)? This classic tequila cocktail made with agave syrup can be shaken and strained or whirred into a frozen slush, so there's something for everyone.

Frozen Mango Margarita

Margaritas can be super-sweet, but Ellie Krieger's lighter version swaps most of the sugar for ripe frozen mango. Don't worry, she doesn't skimp on the most-important part &mdash good-quality silver tequila.

Prickly Pear Margaritas

Prickly pears are much sweeter than their spiky appearance would suggest. The cactus fruit is like a mix of watermelon and strawberry, and it pairs perfectly with classic margarita flavors.

Cucumber Jalapeno Margarita

Michael Symon infuses this margarita with a halved jalapeno pepper and thin slices of cucumbers –– the longer it sits, the more its spicy notes and refreshing savory flavor intensify.

Pomegranate Margaritas

This sweet-tart margarita is all fun: pink, frozen and salted on the edge to balance the flavor palate.

Charred Orange Margarita

This margarita's special twist comes from giving the orange a quick char on the grill, and then mixing it with tequila and lemon and lime juices for a tart cocktail.

Spicy Margarita

¡Hace calor! In this margarita, "sweet" and "heat" meet in lip-lickin' harmony.

Chipotle Grapefruit Margarita

Ruby red grapefruit juice makes a perfect partner for smoky chipotle powder in this sweet, tangy margarita that has just a hint of heat.

Whole Citrus Margarita

Michael Chiarello's citrus margarita is tart, tasty and easy to make all year long. Try it at your next party.

Pomegranate Margarita

Lovely Lavender Margaritas

The Ultimate Margarita

Yes, it's true — skip the skepticism and shake up Tyler Florence's margarita to see why it's truly the ultimate take on this on-the-rocks fave.

Watermelon Margarita Mimosa

Transform a basic margarita into a bright, bubbly drink by adding watermelon juice, orange liqueur and chilled cava.

Frozen Cucumber Margarita

Michael Symon blends a hothouse cucumber and mint leaves into his margarita for their cooling, savory flavors.

Grilled Citrus Margarita

Dip sliced lemons, limes and oranges into sugar before caramelizing them on the grill to create a smoky, sweet citrus juice to mix with your favorite tequila. Serve the margaritas in Mason jars for a rustic, cozy vibe.

Bobby Flay's Sangrita

Bobby's unique cocktail combines the savory flavors of a Bloody Mary (this one contains caramelized onions!) with the ingredients of a margarita. Perfect for brunch or sipping leisurely in the sun.

Mint Julep Margarita

This mash-up of the Kentucky Derby classic and the must-have Mexican drink combines Southern flavors (muddled mint leaves and bourbon) with margarita staples (lime juice and orange liqueur) to form the ultimate hybrid cocktail.


28 Top Margarita Recipes

Whether frozen, blended or on the rocks, our margarita recipes are perfect for pairing with Mexican fare or for any festive party.

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Classic Margarita

Simple, straightforward and definitely a classic: This margarita recipe is a solid crowd-pleaser.

Agave Margarita

Do you prefer your margarita blended or on the rocks (and with or without salt)? This classic tequila cocktail made with agave syrup can be shaken and strained or whirred into a frozen slush, so there's something for everyone.

Frozen Mango Margarita

Margaritas can be super-sweet, but Ellie Krieger's lighter version swaps most of the sugar for ripe frozen mango. Don't worry, she doesn't skimp on the most-important part &mdash good-quality silver tequila.

Prickly Pear Margaritas

Prickly pears are much sweeter than their spiky appearance would suggest. The cactus fruit is like a mix of watermelon and strawberry, and it pairs perfectly with classic margarita flavors.

Cucumber Jalapeno Margarita

Michael Symon infuses this margarita with a halved jalapeno pepper and thin slices of cucumbers –– the longer it sits, the more its spicy notes and refreshing savory flavor intensify.

Pomegranate Margaritas

This sweet-tart margarita is all fun: pink, frozen and salted on the edge to balance the flavor palate.

Charred Orange Margarita

This margarita's special twist comes from giving the orange a quick char on the grill, and then mixing it with tequila and lemon and lime juices for a tart cocktail.

Spicy Margarita

¡Hace calor! In this margarita, "sweet" and "heat" meet in lip-lickin' harmony.

Chipotle Grapefruit Margarita

Ruby red grapefruit juice makes a perfect partner for smoky chipotle powder in this sweet, tangy margarita that has just a hint of heat.

Whole Citrus Margarita

Michael Chiarello's citrus margarita is tart, tasty and easy to make all year long. Try it at your next party.

Pomegranate Margarita

Lovely Lavender Margaritas

The Ultimate Margarita

Yes, it's true — skip the skepticism and shake up Tyler Florence's margarita to see why it's truly the ultimate take on this on-the-rocks fave.

Watermelon Margarita Mimosa

Transform a basic margarita into a bright, bubbly drink by adding watermelon juice, orange liqueur and chilled cava.

Frozen Cucumber Margarita

Michael Symon blends a hothouse cucumber and mint leaves into his margarita for their cooling, savory flavors.

Grilled Citrus Margarita

Dip sliced lemons, limes and oranges into sugar before caramelizing them on the grill to create a smoky, sweet citrus juice to mix with your favorite tequila. Serve the margaritas in Mason jars for a rustic, cozy vibe.

Bobby Flay's Sangrita

Bobby's unique cocktail combines the savory flavors of a Bloody Mary (this one contains caramelized onions!) with the ingredients of a margarita. Perfect for brunch or sipping leisurely in the sun.

Mint Julep Margarita

This mash-up of the Kentucky Derby classic and the must-have Mexican drink combines Southern flavors (muddled mint leaves and bourbon) with margarita staples (lime juice and orange liqueur) to form the ultimate hybrid cocktail.