Like many cocktails, the story of it’s creation has several variants. Fortunately, it seems that the margarita – a cocktail made of tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice – was first made in the 1930s. The drink is Mexican and American in origin. It comes from the Spanish word margarita, which means Daisy. It is customary to serve margaritas in the eponymous margarita glass, which is a stepped-diameter version of a cocktail glass or champagne coupe. There are tons of ways to customize this classic drink by adding different flavored liqueurs, fruit sodas, and drizzling it with salt. All three ingredients can be used and still have tons of variations to choose from.
In this Hawaiian marg, you’ll find fruit juices as well as alcohol! If you’re ever in the mood for a vacation in the islands, take a trip with the frozen Hawaiian margarita. Featuring the brilliant fruit flavors of strawberries and pineapple, it’s the perfect cocktail to enjoy while on a tropical getaway or on any warm summer afternoon. Make this fruit margarita for one of the best party drinks you’ll ever taste. With the combination of these two fruit flavors, it pairs perfectly with your favorite tequila, and since you can use fresh, frozen, or canned fruits, you can make it any time of year!
- Adding a little more sour mix or triple sec can thin the mix if it is too thick once blended. A few ice cubes in it adds flavor to drinks that are too thin. Blanco tequila is often used for frozen drinks.
- Since there are so many different flavors here, you won’t need to pour your best tequila, so you can save some money. Chop the ice and fruits first before adding the rest of the ingredients in the blender to ensure a smooth blend.
- Use a frosty glass to serve margaritas so that they don’t turn into a slushy mess before you’re done with them.
- If you want to change the color of this margarita, just swap the triple sec for blue curaçao. Since the margarita has fruits in it, it will not be true blue like the blue margarita, but more of a purple.