Here, 10 fruity margaritas.

By F&W Editors
Updated June 13, 2017
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In this week’s video from Panna, bartender extraordinaire Jim Meehan revealed how to make a perfect margarita with lime juice, tequila and agave syrup. It’s a classic cocktail, unadulterated by any gimmicks. Sometimes that’s exactly what you want. But then there are the times when you want an extra hit of fruit in your drink. Here, 10 fruity margaritas that will satisfy those cravings.

This frozen margarita is served in a glass rimmed with spicy chile powder instead of the traditional salt.

Chef Dean Fearing refers to this drink as the “fall margarita.”

Muddled blueberries and orange bitters give this cocktail terrific depth of flavor.

This extra-fruity cocktail is made with both tamarind pulp and orange juice.

Pomegranate juice makes for an extra-tart cocktail.

Pear and cilantro is an unusual but delicious flavor combination.

This is the perfect summer margarita.

Grilling the limes and lemons before juicing them makes the juice subtly smoky.

Tangerine juices adds a citrusy sweetness without adding sugar.

This margarita gets a double dose of strawberry: The fruit is both muddled into the cocktail and infused into the tequila.