The BEST Raspberry Margarita!

The BEST Raspberry Margarita!

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"Delicious raspberry-flavored margarita. This recipe is inspired by one of the big chains that is famous for its margaritas! You'll love this! Be sure to use top-quality tequila and raspberry liqueur for maximum effect. I sometimes like to add a 'floater' of Chambord to top it all off."
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5 m servings
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  1. Pour the sweet and sour mix, tequila, cointreau, and raspberry liqueur into a shaker filled with ice. Shake until the shaker is frosty on the outside. Rub the rim of a margarita glass with a lime wedge, then dip in salt. Add a few ice cubes to the glass, then strain the liquid from the shaker carefully into the glass. Garnish with a lime wedge.

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Most helpful positive review

Thank - You !!! I have been looking for a recipe that I could "adapt" to Chili's Raspberry Margarita. I used 1800 Reposado, Chambord and I added a shot of Cointreau AND .... WOW LUV IT !!

Most helpful critical review

Didn't care for this. There wasn't enough raspberry flavor. Think it would be better with sugar instead of salt and also if it were frozen. Had to add some additional raspberry syrup to get the ...

Thank - You !!! I have been looking for a recipe that I could "adapt" to Chili's Raspberry Margarita. I used 1800 Reposado, Chambord and I added a shot of Cointreau AND .... WOW LUV IT !!

Didn't care for this. There wasn't enough raspberry flavor. Think it would be better with sugar instead of salt and also if it were frozen. Had to add some additional raspberry syrup to get the ...

Wonderful recipe. I served this in a sugar-rimmed martini glass and added a few muddled raspberries to the recipe. Delicious.

One of my favorite drinks!! The only difference is that I rim the glass with sugar and not salt.

My husband loved it just the way it was but I definitely will double the Chambord next time as I didn't taste the raspberry. But it's still very good!

We loved this - I was looking for a similar drink to Chili's 1800. I used 4 oz Sweet & Sour and changed cointreau and Chambord to 2 oz. Yum!

Try dipping lime coated glass rim in sugar instead of salt.......

Instead of sweet/sour mix do orange juice and squeeze a lime wedge. I also garnish with sugar and orange wedge....much better

I was really looking forward to this drink and was seriously let down. Maybe it depends on the sweet and sour mix but we did not care for it.