The margarita has become one of the most popular cocktails in the world, and because of this, an infinite number of different versions have been created with a wide variety of different margarita flavors.
Originally it was made with tequila, triple sec, lime juice and orange liqueur, but since the traditional recipe was created, we find from frozen versions to fruity Margaritas.
They are often served at parties and gatherings because they are easy to prepare in large quantities (and everyone loves them!). And that’s why Altos is going to teach you how to make 10 of the best margarita flavors. So you can be the best host possible.
The Best Flavored Margarita Recipe
When it comes to margaritas, there’s no better place to start than with Altos Plata. Here’s our recipe for it, so you can make it at home.
In this case, we add a touch more sweetness and use lime juice instead of lemon juice. Visit the recipe and learn how to prepare it in just minutes.
The original margarita is made with tequila, Cointreau, and lime juice. This is the simplest and most widely available recipe for a margarita, but it’s also one of the best. If you want to make a margarita at home, this is the recipe you should start with.
A total twist on this cocktail is to prepare its frozen version. The recipe is similar to the one we prepare in its normal version, with the usual ingredients, but liquefied with a good handful of ice.
The Tommy’s Margarita is one of the most famous margarita flavor variations. While most margaritas use triple sec in place of agave syrup, Tommy’s Margarita uses the latter to create a truly special flavor that is unlike any other. This makes Tommy’s Margarita one of the most popular margarita flavor.
For this cocktail we will use Tequila Reposado and not Tequila Blanco. In addition, if we add the orange liqueur and Grand Marnier we get a unique flavor profile and a powerful yellow color that enters through the eye, and through the taste buds once you taste it.
A spicy and strong drink, not suitable for all tastes, but that certainly will not leave you indifferent. It does not reach the spicy level of the next cocktail, but it certainly offers one of the most distinctive margarita flavors. On this occasion, we recommend you try it before preparing margaritas for a party, because as we said, either you love it or you won’t want to know anything else about it.
The most Mexican version of a more than Mexican cocktail, this is one of our top margarita flavor. To get the spiciness in this drink we use no more and no less than 2 slices of jalapeños. If you are brave, you can add more, but we advise you not to overdo it.
Once again we use tequila reposado to prepare one of the most luxurious Margaritas. The mixture of tequila and champagne may not seem intuitive at first, but we assure you that you will hardly miss the mark with your guests. Besides, the agave syrup and orange liqueur give it an ideal sweetness and citric flavor.
Are you ready to celebrate Christmas?
If your answer is “yes”, then we suggest you not to miss the date with Margaritas with one of the most festive versions. With a mixture of coconut milk, orange liqueur, lime juice and, obviously, tequila, in this case blanco, you will obtain a Margarita cocktail that will make you wish to live in a perpetual Christmas.
If the spicy version of the Margarita did not leave you indifferent, we bring you another spicy version a little more elaborate. This time, what we will do is to infuse the tequila itself with chili peppers. You will have to prepare it with time, but the result is impressive.
Use Olmeca Tequila for Any Margarita Flavor
There are so many flavors of margarita that it would be difficult to choose just one. Whether you prefer the classic or you’re in the mood for something sweeter, there’s a margarita waiting for you out there. But whatever flavor you choose, you can’t go wrong if you use Olmeca Altos tequila.
As we’ve seen, we have opted for drinks that use both blanco and reposado tequila—as well as cocktails with aged tequila—but we will see those another time. For now, just enjoy the Mexican drink par excellence: the Margarita!