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Margarita recipesOne of our favorites drink gets a day of its own TODAY, on Tuesday, February 22 for National Margarita Day! Join with BourbonBlog.com by testing some favorite recipes from  Sauza Tequila—the “first family of tequila”

Sauza has created some fresh and delicious margaritas to match any personality this National Margarita Day.

Sauzarita

If you like the classics, but with a modern twist, then stick with the tried and true Sauzarita…

1 can of Frozen Limeade
1 can of Sauza Silver Tequila
1 bottle of light beer
1 can of water


The can of Water and Tequila refers to the can that had the frozen limeade in it. After first emptying limeade it into a pitcher, fill the can with the Tequila and add it in pitcher. Next, do the same with water and last but not least, add in the bottle of beer into the pitcher.

Stir all ingredients and enjoy.  Makes 9 servings.

Raspberry Cranberry Mint Margarita

The combination of raspberry and mint in this drink makes a perfectly sweet, sour and refreshing cocktail.

Ingredients:

2 parts cranberry/ raspberry juice
1 part Sauza Silver Tequila
1 part lemon-lime soda
8 mint leaves for garnish

Method of Preparation:

Combine all ingredients except mint leaves in a pitcher. Garnish each glass with 2 mint leaves. Serve cold or iced. Makes 4 servings.

Sauza Tequila SilverWarm Winter Margarita

A cozy and affectionate cocktail to keep you warm for winter

4½ parts apple juice
1 cinnamon stick
1 part Sauza Silver Tequila
2 ½ parts dried fruit of your choice
1/6 part granulated sugar

Combine apple juice and cinnamon in a heavy pot. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer for 10 minutes. Remove cinnamon stick carefully. Add sugar, dried fruit, and tequila. Mix well. Serve warm.

Ginger Pineapple Breeze

Sweet but sassy..

1 ½ parts Sauza Gold Tequila
¾ parts lime juice
½ part simple syrup
1 part pineapple juice
1 tsp sweet ginger puree
¼ part egg white

Combine ingredients in a cocktail shaker, shake vigorously. Add ice and shake again. Strain onto fresh ice in a highball glass. Garnish with a lime wedge and cherries on a toothpick.

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