Strawberry margarita

It’s National Strawberry Margarita Day! In honor of this special occasion, let’s take a look at the history of this delicious drink.

The strawberry margarita is a variation of the classic margarita, which is thought to have originated in Mexico in the 1930s. The first recorded recipe for a margarita was in a 1935 Mexican cookbook, and it simply consisted of tequila, lime, and agave syrup.

Over the years, the margarita has evolved and there are now countless variations of the drink. One of the most popular variations is the strawberry margarita.


If you are looking to make a delicious strawberry margarita, there are a few tips to keep in mind. First, use fresh strawberries and lime juice to get the best flavor. Also, make sure to use quality tequila and triple sec for a better tasting drink. To get a more frothy and creamy texture, try mixing the ingredients in a blender. If you want a bit more sweetness, add a splash of simple syrup. Finally, don't forget to salt the rim of your glass for a classic margarita flavor. Enjoy!

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Roasted Strawberry Margarita

  • lime juice
  • orange liqueur
  • maple syrup
  • strawberry
  • sugar
  • vanilla extract
  • tequila
  • strawberry
  • lime
  • strawberry
  • salt
  • ice
  • water

Strawberry Margarita

  • lime juice
  • orange liqueur
  • strawberry
  • maple syrup
  • silver tequila
  • strawberry puree
  • fresh basil
  • ice
  • salt

Ingredient Breakdown

lime juice
triple sec
maple syrup
orange liqueur
silver tequila
vanilla extract
strawberry puree
fresh basil
agave syrup
margarita salt
orange juice
agave nectar
silver blanco tequila
lime wedge


Common Ingredients

  • lime juice 100%
  • strawberry 100%

Rarey Ingredients

  • ice 86%