HOLIDAY COCKTAIL RECIPE: CRANBERRY LIME BEER MARGARITA

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By Jess
22 Nov 2014

Holiday cocktail recipe, cranberry lime margarita, drink recipe, festive cocktails

Despite my blog name including the word “Prosecco” my friends and family know that my other favorite drink is a margarita. And in my opinion, it’s a drink that can (and should) be consumed year round. This is a great festival holiday cocktail recipe that’s super simple and tastes delicious. And it looks pretty too!

 INGREDIENTS (Makes 2 Margaritas)

 1-2 Mexican Beers (I prefer Modelo, or Negra Modelo)

Tequila (about 2 capfuls)

2 Limes

Fresh Cranberries

Cranberry Juice (about 6 oz)

Coarse Sea Salt

Ice

DIRECTIONS

Squeeze one whole lime into mixer. Pour in about 6 oz of cranberry juice. Add about 2 capfuls of tequila. Pour in beer to fill mixer (approximately 1-2 full beers). Stir drink to combine juices and beer (DO NOT SHAKE). Cut remaining lime into quarters and use lime wedge to line rim of glass. Coat the top of glasses in salt. Fill glasses with ice, garnish with lime wedge and a few cranberries. Pour drink into glasses. Serve and enjoy!

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7 Comments

  1. Sounds like a great festival holiday cocktail. Gotta try this!

    11.22.14 | Reply
  2. I’m mexican and for us that drink is called “submarino” , well minus the cranberry juice but ”I’m definitely going to give it a shot, sounds delicious

    11.22.14 | Reply
    • Jessica wrote:

      That’s so cool! Craig and I drink beer margaritas (without the cranberry) all the time, never knew it was called “submarino.” Thanks for sharing! xx

      11.22.14 | Reply
  3. Mai Tran wrote:

    Your accessories are always wonderful. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

    11.23.14 | Reply
  4. Terri S wrote:

    Sounds like a great drink. Thank you for sharing the recipe with us.

    11.23.14 | Reply
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