Not good, not good at all. Sour and diluted. While tequila LOVES sour, and Cointreau does as sweetness, I highly recommend cutting out the water, cutting way down on the Cointreau, and adding some agave nectar or simple syrup to taste. I agree that sweetness has it's limits, but combining tequila and lime and Cointreau (or Gran Marnier) first, and then adjusting with liquid sweeteners is definitely the way to go. Oh, and using Patron in a margarita . . . you might as well add vodka. Use Don Julio or Cuervo Tradicional for upscale; otherwise use Cuervo Gold for perfect results.
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Not good, not good at all. Sour and diluted. While tequila LOVES sour, and Cointreau does as...