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Blue Margarita

It’s already Wednesday, Flicksters, and I am once again stepping out of my comfort zone and trying new things for the Hump Day Cocktail. Confession: I’ve never liked margaritas. Don’t judge! I think it may be the tequila. Anyway, I’ve tried and tried but they just weren’t for me. While researching cocktails for this week, I found a recipe for a Blue Margarita that I think I can get on board with; besides tequila, it has ingredients in it that I do like AND I already had all of them on hand. Bonus! Want to try one with me?

Ingredients:
-2 oz tequila
-2 oz Blue Curacao
-1 ounce of lemon juice
-1 ounce of lime juice
-6 oz pineapple juice
-Lime wedges and cherries for garnish
-Salt or sugar to rim the glasses

Directions:
Depending on your preference, you can either serve this frozen or on the rocks. To serve it frozen, place ice in a blender and pour all liquid ingredients over the top. Blend until slushy, then pour into chilled margarita glasses and garnish with 1 lime wedge and a cherry. If you’d like it on the rocks, fill a cocktail shaker with chopped ice and pour liquid ingredients over the top. Shake well, but do not strain. Pour everything, including the ice, into 2 glasses. Add a straw and you are in Margaritaville.

*For best results, chill margarita glasses and then rub a lime wedge around the rims and then dip the glasses in salt or sugar. For this recipe, I’d prefer sugar, but if you’d rather have salt, go for it!

Cheers!

THE AUTHOR

Lauren is a wife, mother, coffee addict, purse fiend, martini consumer, gadget girl, & chocoholic. To go along with her coffee obsession, she calls her 3 boys Venti, Grande and Tall on her blog, Spill The Beans (for those keeping score - Testosterone: 4; Estrogen: 1). She has fabulous shopping skills, loves pop culture and is the FourSquare ...

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