While the Margarita is one of the most popular cocktails in North America, its origins are shrouded in mystery. There are almost as many stories about who invented the margarita as there are margarita recipes. Some like them blended, others with a sweetener, but many argue the best margarita recipe is this classic one. Memorize it and you’ll never fail to impress.
Tequila meets CBD oil in this minty Margarita variation. Learn how to make it today at Liquor.com.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby at the same time.
Try this lemon twist on the classic Margarita, with an egg white for extra richness.
Don’t fear: This crimson cocktail gets its bite from bold blanco tequila, not venom. Agave nectar and muddled blackberries soften that bite with a hint of sweetness, and give the Black Widow its signature spooky hue. Don’t forget the fresh basil and blackberry garnish for the full effect.
This tequila, apple, grapefruit juice and ginger cocktail is no runner-up.
Add some spice to the classic tequila cocktail.
This spicy Southwestern take on the Margarita is something altogether new, with roasted poblano-infused tequila.
This sweet-and-fizzy pitcher cocktail is a great excuse to throw a party.
Organic tequila makes this simple version of the classic Margarita extra-special.
Blood orange juice and Campari transform the classic Margarita cocktail.
Add a light Mexican beer to get a super-refreshing Margarita.
A refreshing twist on the classic.
One part tequila and one part St-Germain. Simple but elegant.
It doesn’t get much simpler than this easy take on the classic.
Make a roomful of people happy all at once.
Sweet-and-tart pomegranate is the ideal addition to this Margarita variation.
A quick and easy version of the Margarita with a refreshing lemon-lime flavor.
Want to party like Sammy Hagar? Try his signature Margarita recipe.
South of the border…Irish-style.
Red pepper and chile pepper powder make this Margarita almost too hot to handle.
A happy marriage of Italy and Mexico.
A refreshing Margarita with a cucumber twist.
This Mexican flower has bite.
Red bell pepper is an unusual ingredient, but it works well in this sweet-and-spicy tequila cocktail.
No seed-spitting required.
The spicy kick of ginger is a welcome addition to this update of the Margarita.
The Spanish word for daisy? Margarita.
Tequila and watermelon is a woefully underused combination.
Try talented mixologist Junior Merino’s take on the classic tequila cocktail.
Jazz up your Margarita with a bit of Grand Marnier, a cognac-and-orange-liqueur.
Go heavy on the antioxidants.
Start your day with this delicious orange-marmalade Margarita.
Grapefruit is a great match for tequila and orange liqueur.
A sip of this concoction will convince you that red bell pepper deserves a place behind the bar.
This is what happens when Carrie and the gals go to Mexico.
Reintroduce yourself to this simple-to-make classic.