5 INGREDIENT GINGER BEER MARGARITAS

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Seriously amazing 5 ingredient ginger beer margaritas | perfect for parties, taco night, and everything in between

Friends, I have been eagerly awaiting the day that I could share this recipe with you.

It is hands down the recipe I am most excited about this month! No really! Even more than all the desserts (even the cheesecakes) I’ve shared, I am absolutely smitten with this drink! You simply must make it. Promise me this.

5 Ingredient Ginger Beer Margaritas | crazy delicious and so simple - perfect for summer AND winter as Ginger Beer is ALWAYS in season. I'm in love.

This drink is simple – as always – with flavors that were seemingly meant for each other: Ginger beer, simple syrup, fresh lime juice, tequila, and salt for your rim (a must).

GINGER BEER MARGARITAS | 5 Ingredients to gingery Margarita bliss

When it comes to your tequila, go for something quality. As in, not Jose Cuervo Gold, which I was recently informed is not really tequila (I’ve been lied to all these years and it hurts.) We went with a brand called Altos (no affiliation or partnership, just pure adoration) and we love it.

Just remember, the key to picking a good tequila is: Make sure it’s made with 100% agave. Then you’ll know it’s higher quality and made with the good stuff. This will ultimately affect the quality of your drinks.

Ginger Beer Margaritas

This recipe is so easy to make. Just lime your rim with lime juice and salt, then add all of your ingredients with ice to a large glass or cocktail shaker and stir (as to not erupt your ginger beer – lesson learned). Then pour over more ice, garnish with lime and stir.

5 Ingredient GINGER BEER Margs! Friggin' delicious

What does it taste like? Seriously the best margarita I’ve ever had. And I’ve had a lot of margaritas! (Don’t worry mom, I’m not a drunk – I swear. I just like ritas.)

These guys are:

Perfectly sweet
Tangy from the lime
Crisp from the ginger
And…really just perfect.

John and I both loved that they showcase the tequila well and don’t overpower it. And they go perfect with any and all Mexican dishes, which is great because we eat some form of tacos at least twice a week. Hello fajitaville and nacho soup.

Ginger Beer Margaritas | Seriously, the best margarita I've EVER had!

Simply put: Make these margaritas.

You will love them – I have no doubt. Unless, that is, you don’t like ginger beer. And if that’s the case, GET OFF MY INTERNETZ. (Kidding but not kidding, ok kidding, but really? Who are you?) Cheers!

Ginger Beer Margaritas! The best margarita I've EVER had!

5 Ingredient GINGER BEER Margaritas! Ginger lovers rejoice!

5 INGREDIENT GINGER BEER MARGARITAS
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5-Ingredient margaritas made with ginger beer and fresh lime juice! Simple, flavorful and so delicious. The only margarita recipe you’ll ever need.
Author: Minimalist Baker
Recipe type: Beverage
Cuisine: Mexican
Serves: 1
INGREDIENTS
  • 1.5 ounces (3 Tablespoons) 100% agave tequila (such as Altos)
  • 1 ounce (2 Tbsp) fresh lime juice
  • 3 ounces (6 Tbsp) ginger beer
  • .5 ounce (1 Tbsp) simple syrup
  • Coarse salt for lining rim
INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Line a small serving glass with fresh lime juice and dip in coarse salt (optional).
  2. Add tequila, simple syrup, ginger beer and lime juice to a large glass or cocktail shaker with 1/2 cup ice and stir vigorously. Don’t shake with a lid on or it will erupt from the ginger beer carbonation (lesson learned).
  3. Pour liquid (reserving ice) into serving glass with a few ice cubes (we just ordered this oversized ice cube mold and LOVE it). Garnish with a lime wedge and serve immediately. Repeat for more drinks, or double/triple the amounts for more people.
NUTRITION INFORMATION
Serving size: 1 margarita
Calories: 142 Fat: 0 g
Carbohydrates: 9 g
Sugar: 7.9 g
Sodium: 7 mg
Source:http://minimalistbaker.com/

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