The World’s Best Frozen Margarita Recipe


It’s the weekend!

Put those quick recipes aside for a moment and relax with an ice cold beverage.  Take the time…you’ve earned it.

My drink of choice is the frozen margarita.  I’ve been drinking them for years and I’ve put that experience to good use; I have come up with the perfect recipe.  This is an awesome drink to have at the end of a hard week at the office.  Here, ladies and gentlemen, is my frozen margarita recipe:

Pour the following ingredients into a blender.

  • 3 ounces of your favorite tequila. I swear by Jose Cuervo Gold.
  • 1 ounce of your favorite triple sec.
  • 1 ounce of Grand Marnier.
  • 1 ounce of Rose’s Lime Juice.
  • The juice of one fresh lime.
  • Load up with ice.

Run your blender until the liquid is a frothy mixture.  Make sure you add enough ice so that there is a decent thickness to the liquid.  Slice a small wedge of lime and coat the rim of your margarita glass with the juice.  Pour some sea salt onto a dish and place the glass upside down so that the salt adheres to the glass rim.  When your drink is through blending, pour into the glass and enjoy!

I believe that this will be the best margarita you have ever tasted.  Take it from what my friends call me: Margarita Man.


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Discussion

  1. Ivor on the 17th July

    Yummy!!!

    • Bob Bessette on the 18th July

      Ivor,
      Please test drive the recipe and let me know how you like it.

      Best,
      Bob

  2. Alan Valek on the 17th July

    Yum.

    • Bob Bessette on the 18th July

      Alan,
      Check it out and let me know how yummy it is. My wife and I just enjoyed this same recipe the last 2 nights. Enjoy.

      Best,
      Bob

  3. Nicholas Bester on the 19th July

    That sounds awesome will definitely give it a try :)

    • Bob Bessette on the 19th July

      Please do Nicholas. You will not regret it!

      Best,
      Bob

  4. ayo on the 20th July

    hi bob,
    how are you?
    will give this a try on friday night lol!!!
    take care and enjoy the rest of the day

    • Bob Bessette on the 20th July

      Ayo,
      How are you? Thanks for dropping by WorkAwesome. You will not regret trying this recipe out. You will love it! You could even replace the Rose’s Lime Juice with Pomegranate juice for a little different twist.

      I hope you are well.

      Best,
      Bob

  5. Anita on the 14th February

    Hi Bob,

    I am using this recipe to make margaritas at a party in a week or so, but am on a pretty tight budget. Is there something I can use instead of Grand Marnier? It’s very pricey. Some people seem to think just using extra triple sec would do the trick.

  6. Kasia on the 16th April

    This recipe is INCREDIBLE. I use Sauza White Tequila & add a little bit of lime zest. It is SUPER easy to add fruit flavour as well, I’ve made it with frozen peaches, strawberries & mango with great results everytime! YUMM! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Travelturkey on the 3rd October

    love margarita, yummmmm

  8. randy on the 22nd July

    Hi Bob,

    Would you say it doesn’t really matter what tequila you use (i.e., Jose Cuervo Gold) since it is being mixed in a frozen concoction?

  9. Bruce g on the 22nd July

    I added about 2 ounces of agave nectar and went without the Roses. Delicious! No one perfect recipe. I had a tamarind margarita in Mexico City and it was also wonderful. Thanks

  10. Jeremy on the 14th April

    How many drinks does this make.? is it 4 , 2 or 1..?

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