Nothing brings energy to a crowd the same way Margarita does. Its classic form is tequila, lime juice and orange liqueur —a perfect blend that hits all the right notes of sweet, tart, salt and bitter.
The Altos Margarita is perhaps the best recipe for Margaritas. It calls for three ingredients: Altos Olmeca tequila, honey and citrus. Each bottle of Olmeca Altos Plata is made from 100% blue agave grown in Los Altos. So, expect some exciting flavors here and a smooth finish.
The lemon and lime add to the tart/sour of the cocktail, while honey adds to the sweetness. The result? A crisp and tasty Margarita worth pouring for life's happiest moments.
Whether you like it frozen, on the rocks, salt or no salt, spicy or sweet, there are endless ways to enjoy the Margarita.
The Best Olmeca Altos Plata Tequila for Margaritas
To make the best, you will need:
- 2 parts tequila Olmeca
- A handful of diced citrus (lime and lemon)
- 2-3 bar spoons of honey
Let's talk about of these ingredients a little bit:
- Altos tequila: The Olmeca Altos tequila carries a naturally sweet freshness to elevate your energy to a whole new level.
- Lime and lemon: Lemon and Lime add to the tart of the drink. Be sure to use the juiciest fruits you can find.
- Honey*: Honey adds to the sweetness of the cocktail. Ensure you're using the best organic honey for a fresh-tasting cocktail.
*For those looking to make the 'Mexican version,' Altos recommends using agave syrup for the sweetener.
How to Make the Best Margarita
Mix all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice and shake vigorously for 15-20 seconds. Serve and garnish with the lemon and lime used for the shake.
Unlike the other Margarita recipes where you have to strain or even double strain, all you have to do with the Altos Margarita is shake then serve.
You can opt to salt the rims of your glasses if you like the taste. To do this:
- Pour salt in a shallow bowl or small plate
- Run a lime wedge around the edge of the glass
- Dip the rim in the salt to coat and shake off the excess.
Make the Best Margarita Recipe with Altos Plata Tequila
The Olmeca Blanco Tequila is the freshest for Margarita cocktails. Its unexpected blend of herbal and green pepper scent with soft citrus notes is the reason why tequila Olmeca Altos Margaritas are so smooth and flavorful.
For an even sweeter cocktail, consider the agave syrup margarita. The margarita recipe with agave includes 1-2 tablespoons of agave syrup to balance the bitterness and tart of the tequila and lemon. Like the tequila, agave syrup is made from the blue agave plant, which is why they mix so beautifully.
Find Out the Best Flavored Margarita Recipe
For the best margarita recipe ever, explore the following variations.
If you love the hot mexican vibes so much that you cannot leave the spice apart, then you might try this one.
- 3 parts Blanco tequila
- 2 parts lime juice
- 1 part agave syrup or simple syrup
- 1 teaspoon of orange liqueur
- 2 jalapeno coins, with no seeds
- Pour all the ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
- Shake vigorously for about 20 seconds.
- Serve into a margarita glass and add ice to the glass to keep the drink cold for longer (optional).
Tip: If you don't have a cocktail shaker, you can use any jar with a lid.
This version is the proof you can always make the same thing in a different way. Don't shake it, just blend it!
- 2 parts Blanco (silver) tequila
- 1 part lime juice
- 1 part triple sec
- 3 cups of ice
- Pour your ingredients into a blender and fill it up with large ice cubes.
- Blend until mostly smooth (around 30 seconds).
- Pour into a salt rimmed glass.
- Garnish with a lime wedge and include a straw if you like.
Blended Mango Margarita
We bring you the perfect tropical mix: mango and tequila. If you like it frozen, then you won't regret this Blended Mango Margarita.
- 1 bag of frozen mango chunks
- 2 parts lime juice
- 1 part orange liqueur
- 2 tablespoons of superfine sugar
- 2 cups of ice
- Pour all the ingredients into a blender with large blades.
- Add large ice cubes to fill up the blender most of the way.
- Blend until smooth.
- Pour into a Margarita glass.
- Garnish and enjoy!
Tip: If you have fresh limes, cut off the peels and throw them into the blender instead of lime juice.
History of Margarita
The history of the Margarita is as unclear as your mind gets after too many Margaritas. Depending on who you ask, its origins date back to the 1930s, the 1940s or nonexistent. Some believe the Margarita is just a twist on a classic cocktail named daisy. Margarita means daisy in Spanish.
We can argue all we want, but one thing is for sure. Margaritas are damn delicious! Mix up your classic cocktail with premium tequila Altos Plata from the highlands of Jalisco, and enjoy the taste of Mexico today.
Olmeca silver tequila is a naturally smooth and high-quality tequila widely recognized for its complex flavors and distinct aromas. Produced from 100% weber agave, Altos Blanco ranks as the best tequila for margaritas. Even the most renowned bartenders agree that Olmeca Altos is the best Margarita tequila.