This easy spicy margarita recipe combines orange juice, freshly squeezed lime, and jalapeño slices with Blanco tequila—served over ice with a Tajin seasoned rim.
1. Combine the fresh squeezed lime juice, orange juice, spicy jalapeño juice, your choice of sweetener, and Blanco tequila in a cocktail shaker and shake for 10-15 seconds.
2. Rim your glass with lime juice and rub it into the Tajin seasoning until the rim is completely coated.
3. Strain the mixture over fresh ice after rimming your glass.
4. Add two slices of jalapeño and a lime wedge for garnishing.
This is a sweet and spicy twist on the classic Paloma. There’s never anything wrong with adding a little spice to your day.
1. For the sweet and spicy rim: mix 1 tsp sugar and tajin together until combined in a small saucer.
2. Use 1/4 of the lime to wet the rims of your glass. Rim the glass with the sweet and spicy mixture, turning until well coated.
3. Fill your glass 1/3 of the way with ice.
4. In a cocktail shaker, add the remaining ingredients and shake well.
5. Strain the mixture over fresh ice and add a lime wedge to the rim for garnish.
This Champagne Margarita combines two classic beverages in one bubbly drink! A light & refreshing margarita topped with champagne for an easy and fun twist on the classic!
1. Shake the fresh lime juice, a touch of sweetener and the agave silver tequila over ice for 10-15 seconds.
2. Fill your cocktail glass 1/3 of the way with ice, strain half of the lime mixture into your glass and fill the rest with your choice of champagne.
Tequila Honey Bee is a riff on the classic Bee’s Knees (gin, lemon juice, honey). The agave-forward drink has sweet and tart elements that should appeal to fans of the gin-based classic as well as Margarita drinkers looking for something a bit more interesting than their usual three-part favorite.
1. Rinse a highball glass with the mezcal, coating the inside of the glass with a thin layer and then discarding the excess.
2. Add the tequila, honey and lemon juice into a shaker with ice, shake 10-15 seconds.
3. Strain into the prepared glass over fresh ice, and top with 2 dashes of bitters.
4. Garnish with a lemon peel.
An updated version of a bourbon Old Fashioned made with Añejo tequila is the perfect cocktail to really enjoy the layers of flavors this tequila offers.
1. Place a large ice cube in a rocks glass.
2. Pour the Añejo, agave and dashes of bitters into the glass.
3. Using a bar spoon, stir the cocktail to mix the agave in, about 30 seconds.
4. Twist the orange peel over the cocktail and then drop it in. Stir it two or three more times around the glass.