Recipe by lisa
"This is a great drink for summer get-togethers!"
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frozen unsweetened raspberries
brandy-based orange liqueur (such as Grand Marnier®)
fresh lemon juice
WOW! Absolutely yummy! Had no Grand Marnier®, so I used Triple Sec instead. I also used fresh raspberries and I must say it's a great drink.
I used fresh raspberries that the kids and I picked a few days ago... this was very good, although seedy. Next time I will strain it before I drink it! :)
I read the reviews and a few cut back on the tequila...so instead of cutting back on the tequila (which I love), I substituted orange juice for the orange liquor. Used granulated sugar instead and added an additional 2 tbsp of sugar---DELICIOUS!
Gorgeous! A bit too strong though so we turned it into a long drink topped off with 7-Up
These were delicious! However, they are very strong so I cut down the tequila a bit. We were all a bit toasty!
perfect balance of sweet and sour. You can easily go without the 2 tsp of sugar also. I only used 1/2 tsp and it was very sweet!
The base of this recipe has potential, which is why I gave it 4 stars instead of only 3. But like other reviewers, we thought it was entirely too strong, and I already backed off on the amount of tequila based upon the other comments. Perhaps less of the brandy-based orange liqueur would be good too. I will try again and see how I can tweek it. Just to make them drinkable, I added some strawberries and ice so it didn't all go to waste
We made these at a party. They were a little on the strong side. We reduced the tequila on the next batch. They were good.
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