Margaritas

Though its origin is largely speculative, legend has it that this well-loved cocktail originated in Ensenada, Mexico in the 1940s, created for and named after an ambassador’s daughter. Originally made with tequila, triple sec and lime juice, this traditional version is still delicious, but we like to put our own spin on classic margaritas. Try a fruity blend with blood orange, pomegranate or blueberry, or opt for something savory like a jalapeno-basil frozen margarita. Whether you like your margaritas on the rocks or straight up, we have a recipe for every (and any) occasion. Check out F&W’s guide and take a trip to Margaritaville without even leaving the house.

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Food & Wine: 30 Days of Frozen Drinks
30 Days of Frozen Drinks
In the hot, steamy months of summer, we could go for a refreshing frozen cocktail to cool down. Since we think you’re probably having similar cravings, we compiled a list of our 30 best frozen, icy drinks so you can mix something new and exciting every day for 30 days. From watermelon-lime frozen agua fresca to frozen peach negronis to jalapeño basil lime frozen margaritas, you will actually want to sip on each and every one. And don’t forget about these once summer is over — we enjoy frozen drinks all year long and you should, too. But for now, kick off your month of frozen drinks with our frozen honeydew basil margaritas and go from there. Cheers! — Morgan Goldberg

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Easy Margaritas Recipes


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