Happy Tequila Tuesday, everyone! Just kidding…. I needed something for the rest of the summer to hold me over and keep me in the festive summer spirit. I spent the last three days perfecting what I am now considering the best virgin margarita recipe ever. I tried lots of recipes that I found online from various blogs or bartending sites and they were all way too sweet and syrupy. I needed a solution that would both cut the tartness of the lime and the sweetness of the sugar.
Virgin Margarita VENT
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A margarita is a traditional sour cocktail recipe; it contains equal parts sweet agave syrup and sour lime juice , and two parts strong tequila , so what is a virgin margarita? Since lime juice and agave syrup minus the tequila would be limeade, how do you make a virgin margarita? There are many recipes for nonalcoholic margaritas that allow you to enjoy the mocktail version of this delicious cocktail. Although there are hundreds of variations on which ingredients should be included in a traditional virgin margarita recipe, this one is easy to mix and uses readily available ingredients. If possible, serve the drink in a traditional stemmed margarita glass.
Mocktail Virgin Margaritas
Last night my DH and I went out for Mexican. I was thinking a virgin margarita sounded really good, and was quite looking forward to it. Waiter comes, I order - "Oh, we don't do virgin margaritas. I figured out that this is because all their margaritas are pre-mixed in machines, with booze already added he did not offer this information and should have , but really - your three bartenders can't figure out how to squeeze a few limes into a glass with some triple sec? It's a simple cocktail folks.
I am turning 21 soon and i was wondering would it hurt to drink one Margarita even though i am pregnant? You really shouldn't. It may or may not harm the baby, but why take that chance? How about drinking a fruit non-alcoholic drink like a daquiri on your birthday, and wait until after you give birth to have a couple drinks to "celebrate your birthday". Will it hurt the baby, most likely not, but is it really worth the chance?