Making authentic organic margaritas from scratch doesn’t have to be complicated. Instead of relying on a bottled sugary mix, try this natural margarita recipe. This simple 4-ingredient drink includes estate-crafted, USDA-certified organic tequila.
You’ve decided to mix up a batch of organic margaritas and entrusted Google to help you find the right recipe. Then you realize there are hundreds, maybe thousands of them. It might seem overwhelming not only to pick the best method but to mix up homemade margaritas. With the right natural margarita ingredients, it is quite simple. What is better than easy-to-mix and tasty-to-drink authentic margaritas from scratch? Ones that are organic, too.
Make 4-Ingredient Organic Margaritas
As you eat, so should you drink. Put the same effort and care into mixing cocktails as you do with organic food shopping. This easy-to-follow recipe for homemade organic margaritas is low sugar and all-natural, too.
Start with the freshest organic ingredients:
1 1/2 oz Azuñia Blanco Organic Tequila
3/4 oz Azuñia Organic Agave Syrup
1 oz Fresh Organic Lime Juice
Splash of water
Sea Salt for Rim (optional)
Organic Lime Wheel for Garnish
- Add the ingredients to a shaker filled with ice and shake.
- Rub the organic lime wedge along the rim of a chilled margarita or rocks glass. Coat the rim with salt.
- Add fresh ice to the glass. Strain margarita into a glass. Garnish with a lime wheel.
Honestly Good Tequila
A great tequila makes a great margarita. The tequila should enhance the nuances of the cocktail, just as what you add in should marry well with the spirit. When selecting the base liquor for an organic margarita, we suggest Azuñia Blanco organic tequila. The clean floral nose with hints of agave and lemon shine brightly against the flavors of the other ingredients, creating a refreshing, well-balanced homemade margarita. Bring home a bottle (or 2) today.
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