Mixed Berry Margarita Recipe

Time to toss that bottle of sour margarita mix that’s been lingering in your fridge—this berry-and-tequila cocktail recipe is next-level
January 28, 2019Words by Elliot ClarkPhotos by Elliot Clark

The margarita is one of the most classic cocktails out there. It’s tried and true—and consistently delicious... so long as you’re using fresh citrus and quality tequila. (Yes, now would be the time to throw out that bottle of sour mix that’s been sitting in your refrigerator for the past three years.) And if you’re thinking that you and tequila just don’t mix because of that one unbearable hangover you had way back in college, then it’s time for a new relationship with the spirit.

This berry margarita recipe is your fresh start. It doesn’t require a ton of ingredients, and it’s easy to make at home. So whether you’re reading this recipe from the comfort of a warm climate, or in a region caught in the dead of winter, this berry margarita will offer a taste of tropical sunshine.

Seriously, though, throw out that bottle of sour mix—keep your margs fresh. Happy imbibing.

Berry margarita by Elliott Clark
 



Ingredients
 

• 2 oz Añejo Tequila (we used Roca Patron Añejo)

• 3/4 oz orange liqueur (we used Patron Citronge)

• 1/4 oz agave nectar

• 1 oz lime juice

• 1 muddled strawberry

• 2 muddled blackberries

Elliott Clark pouring tequila for berry margaritas

Elliott Clark making berry Margaritas

Elliott Clark muddling berries for margarita
 



Directions


Combine all ingredients into a cocktail shaker. Using a muddler, press the berries to release the juice. Add ice to the cocktail shaker and shake to chill the cocktail. Strain the cocktail through a mesh/strainer over a rocks glass filled with ice (the mesh strainer will catch the muddled fruit). Garnish with blackberries.
 

Berry Margarita by Elliott Clark
 



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