A Fantastic Margarita

A Fantastic Margarita

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"My husband was a bartender for a trendy restaurant when we met. Here's one of his home versions! Garnish with a lime wedge or an orange wedge."
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Ingredients

3 m servings
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  1. Salt the rims of 2 large margarita glasses. To do so, pour salt onto a small plate, moisten the rims of the glasses on a damp towel and press them into the salt.
  2. In a pitcher combine limeade, pineapple juice, orange juice, tequila and orange liqueur. Stir well and pour into the glasses, being careful not to rinse off the salt.

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Most helpful positive review

I really wondered about this recipe when I first saw it, but I tried it for Memorial Day weekend, and it was excellent. It was by far better than store-bought Margarita mixes I had been using. ...

Most helpful critical review

This is not a margarita. Margaritas don't have orange or pineapple flavors.

I really wondered about this recipe when I first saw it, but I tried it for Memorial Day weekend, and it was excellent. It was by far better than store-bought Margarita mixes I had been using. ...

Absolutely Fantastic! I've had o share this one with eveyone that tastes it. Be sure to rub the rims with a cut lime and dip the glass in coarse salt. Also, I enjoy the taste of tequila so us...

This is not a margarita. Margaritas don't have orange or pineapple flavors.

I've been travelling in Mexico for the past 3 months and this is by far my favorite Margarita. Be careful though, this is so tasty you just want to drink more and more...

Awesome. My guests loved them but i did add more tequila and triple sec.

Too fruity. Blah.

Thank you! I've been trying forever to make perfect margs, but mine always came out way to limey and bitter.

I made this over the summer for a barbq and everyone really liked it, for a change from the normal margarita. The only thing I would do differently would be to increase the Triple Sec and tequi...

Juice and limeaid are way better than the syrupy taste of sweet and sour mix!