National Margarita Day Archives – LUSHWORTHY

I hate to choose favorites, but I will say that the margarita is definitely top five as far as cocktails are concerned, in my opinion. With that being said, I’m pretty amped for National Margarita Day next week. It takes place on a Sunday (February 22) this year, so… “Mimosa who? Bellini what??” If you plan on celebrating National Margarita Day during a brunch with friends then I’ve got the perfect drink recipe.

I recently received a bottle of Casa Noble Crystal Tequila to create a unique National Margarita Day recipe with, and since I love the combination of tequila and lemonade, I chose to jazz it up a bit and create a Sparkling Lemonade Margarita. In addition to lemonade and tequila, this particular margarita also calls for fresh lime juice and lemon-lime soda. And it is oh-so-delicious.

You can find my Sparkling Lemonade Margarita recipe below. Cheers!


1.5 oz Casa Noble Crystal Tequila 4 oz Simply Lemonade Splash Of Sprite Splash Of Fresh Lime Juice

Lime Wheel

Combine Casa Noble Crystal Tequila and Simply Lemonade in a shaker with ice. Shake and strain into a champagne flute. Top off with a splash of fresh lime juice and Sprite. Garnish with lime wheel.

It was once said that a well-made margarita could bring even the most hardened criminals to tears. And by “once said” I mean “I-completely-made-that-up-because-I-love margaritas-so-gosh-darn-much,” so I of course had to show love to the margarita before National Margarita Day takes place this Saturday (February 22).

Yes, the margarita does rank high on my list of favorite cocktails, but I’m not talking about chain restaurant margaritas that taste like they wouldn’t even fare well when paired against a Lime-A-Rita. I’m talking about the good stuff. A combination of tequila, fresh lime juice, and Cointreau is a good go-to, but there are also a number of more creative margaritas out there that could give the classic margarita a run for its money. I’ve listed a few of those cocktails below and I hope you’ve got that bottle of tequila handy!

Spicy Sage Margarita (Pictured Above)


2 oz. Avión Silver 3/4 oz. Jalapeño-Infused Elderflower Liqueur 1/2 oz. Orange Juice 1/4 oz. Lemon Juice 1/2 oz. Lime Juice 3/4 oz. Simple Syrup 3 Sage Leaves

1 Sage Leaf and Salt for garnish


Muddle sage in a shaker. Add all ingredients. Shake. Double strain. Pour over ice in salt-rimmed glass. Garnish with sage leaf.

Congratulations on making it to yet another National Margarita Day and to celebrate another year of all things tequila and lime-juice based why not celebrate with an assortment of margaritas? In honor of National Margarita Day, which takes place today (February 22), I’ve gathered a handful of margarita recipes that’ll hopefully peak your interest. There’s Skinnygirl’s low-calorie and extremely easy to make “Pomegranate Margarita” and if you’re looking for something a little more traditional, but with an added twist I’ve also included drink recipes for both the “Sauza Golden Margarita” and Camarena Tequila’s “Frozen Sangria Margarita.” Cheers and try not to get too wild on this oh so Lushworthy holiday!

Sauza Golden Margarita (Pictured Above)


1 1/2 parts Sauza® Blue Reposado 100% Agave Tequila 1/2 part John Dekuyper & Sons™ O3 Premium Orange Liqueur 1/4 cup fresh squeezed lime juice 1/4 cup fresh squeezed orange juice

Ice, salt and orange for serving


In a shaker filled with ice, combine lime juice, Sauza® Blue Reposado Tequila, and liqueur. Shake vigorously. Strain into a glass filled with ice and rimmed with salt (optional). Garnish with an orange wedge.

I’m sure you’ve had it marked on your calendar ever since you bought that planner for half-off at Barnes & Noble, but in case you’ve somehow forgot, National Margarita Day is this Friday, February 22nd. I’ve come across a ton of margarita recipes in honor of the Lushworthy holiday and Tequila Don Julio’s “Metate Margarita” is one drink recipe that truly caught my eye. This particular margarita calls for your standard agave syrup and fresh lime juice, but the unique addition to the “Metate Margarita” is the Tequila Don Julio Blanco that’s infused with peanuts, sesame seeds, Chipotle, Ancho Chile, and Valrhona Cacao Nibs. The directions are pretty intense so you may want to have a backup margarita ready if you plan on whipping this bad boy up for National Margarita Day.

Metate Margarita


1 1/2 ounce Metate* infused Tequila Don Julio Blanco 1/2 ounce Fresh Lime Juice

1/2 ounce Agave Syrup


Combine infused Tequila Don Julio Blanco, fresh lime juice and agave syrup into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well. Strain into a rocks glass (salted rim optional).

Oh National Margarita Day, the one “holiday” that may be greater than Christmas, Independence Day, and even your birthday combined. You know it’s a joyous occasion when you get to celebrate one of the tastiest cocktails around, the margarita. So if you’re going to indulge in a margarita or two today in celebration of this iconic cocktail then you might as well make it legendary. And with that being said you should definitely check out the drink recipe for Don Julio’s “Margarita Legendario.”


1 oz Tequila Don Julio Blanco

.5 oz Grand Marnier

.5 oz Fresh Lime Juice



Lime Wedge For Garnish


Mix Tequila Don Julio Blanco, fresh lime juice and Grand Marnier in a cocktail shaker with ice. Rim a rocks cocktail glass with salt and fill with ice. Pour contents from shaker into  glass. Garnish with a lime wedge.