Kick-off summer season with a cool twist on a classic drink - Watermelon margarita has all the summer flavors you need to quench your thirst!
This refreshing watermelon margarita has a fantastic sweet & tangy flavor combo and it's perfect for hot days.
I'm probably one of the biggest fans of classic margaritas, but it's fun to give it a twist every now and then.
Sweet and refreshing, it goes down easily in a sip or two and makes you crave more (but drink responsibly, you do not want to have a margarita too many).
As delicious as it sounds, this summer cocktail is impressively easy to make.
Blend the watermelon pulp, mix it up with lime juice, tequila and triple sec, add a little sugar and you're good to go.
I use ripe watermelon which is sweeter and allows you to cut the sugar out.
You can also make a virgin margarita version, perfect for kids or grown-ups that don't drink alcohol.
Simply substitute tequila & triple sec with lemon/lime soda or homemade lemonade.
You can even make a big batch ahead and refrigerate until ready to serve, but I usually drink it straight up as soon as it's ready.
This watermelon margarita is the perfect summer cocktail for any occasion.
Make a large pitcher to share with all your friends at the next bbq's, 4th of July celebrations, outdoor parties and even picnics!
More Summer Cocktail Recipes
- 675 g seeded watermelon
- 240 ml tequila silver blanco, 100 percent agave tequila
- 2 tbsp agave nectar or sugar optional
- juice of 8 limes
- 60 ml triple sec
- ⅛ tsp salt
- 3 cups ice cubes
- salt & sugar to decorate glasses
- 6 lime slices to decorate
- In a food processor blend the watermelon until pureed, then strain through a sieve into a large bowl.
- In a shaker or a jar, mix together ice cubes with tequila, triple sec and lime juice. Add a little sugar if desired.
- Add in watermelon juice and shake all ingredients until combined.
- Brush with salt & sugar a martini glass and strain the margarita in. Decorate with lime and serve immediately.
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