Our week of new margarita recipes continues with today’s beauty — a pomegranate margarita! What do I love about this cocktail? It’s bright in color but light in flavor. Pomegranate juice is a great (healthy-ish) mixer and the splash of lime seals the deal.
I’ve been on a mission to come up with new flavorful margaritas and although yesterday it was all about the spice of this jalapeno margarita, today we’re getting just a touch of sweet with this tangerine margarita.
The juice of a honey tangerine is complemented so well with freshly grated ginger that the whole thing just screams “I’m so refreshing, drink me!”
This jalapeno margarita recipe knocked my socks off. I’m adding this recipe to my growing “spicy cocktail” collection and filing it right next to this jalapeno martini.
It’s nice and refreshing like a traditional margarita but with a light kick of heat from the jalapeno. I’m also in love with the subtle cilantro flavor that comes through. I’m predicting that this jalapeno margarita will be the star of your next Taco Tuesday or Cinco de Mayo party!
I recently discovered how to make a jalapeno martini and it was just so good, I had to share it with you!
It’s spring, which means the Mr. and I have gotten dirty replanting our garden. We have a pepper box that never fails to produce WAY more jalapeños than we can consume. We eat them raw, stuffed, chopped, pickled and baked into bread. It was only a matter of time before we figured out how to drink them too.
disclaimer: you shouldn’t drink this if you don’t like a little heat
The first step is to infuse your vodka (this will take about 10 minutes).
Once your vodka is infused, it’s as simple as shaking it over ice!
If you’re ready to add a little spice to your 5 o’clock hour — make this Jalapeno Lemon Martini.
Even if you don’t love Valentine’s Day, you can still love this champagne cocktail. It has all the trademarks of a good Valetnine’s day date … it’s sweet, eye catching, and will make you happy. What more could a girl want?
With two ingredients: Berry Champagne and St. Germain Liqueur this cocktail couldn’t get much simpler. Not even a shaker required which makes it a simple cocktail to serve while entertaining. I recommend placing the bottles on a bar cart or other beverage station so guests can help themselves.