There is something about the beach that demands a margarita. Right?
This is not your standard margarita recipe. There is no lime involved. Nor is there any sweet and sour mix. It's the simplest recipe of all time. My mom has been serving them like this for years - be it at a Mexican themed bridal shower, Cinco de Mayo, or for the girls at the beach.
The beauty of it is the easy proportions. Any bartender will tell you that the key to a good drink is in consistency. The first drink should taste just like the second and should still taste the same on another night with a different bartender. That's why margaritas are so difficult. There are a million ways to make them and everyone likes them a little differently.
But these are easy - and delicious. Not too sweet, not too sour, not too strong. And they always taste the same! I love a reliable drink.
No Sally, that's not how you do it. Show some self control. Jeez.
Can't take her anywhere.
There are four ingredients and all in equal amounts. Frozen limeade, Corona, Sprite and Tequila. Feel free to sub in Corona Lite and Sprite Zero if you're feeling spunky.
The Corona is simple - 1 bottle.
Then the limeade, which is the slushy stuff found in the frozen section.
Next, pour in your Sprite. You can either use one can or simply refill the limeade container if you're using a 2 liter bottle.
Same goes for the tequila. Fill that limeade can right back up and dump it in.
Mix it around and then pour over ice. If rocks drinks aren't your thing than pop the pitcher in the freezer and let it sit for a few hours until it gets deliciously slushy. Perfect for taking down to the beach!
But I should add, go ahead and make a double batch. They're that good.
Now, who wants to make a practice batch and invite me over for a taste test?
- 12 oz frozen limeade
- 12 oz Corona or Corona Lite
- 12 oz Sprite or Sprite Zero
- 12 oz Tequila (measure it in the limeade can!)
- Stir and Enjoy!