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Martha Stewart’s Margarita Recipe – How to Make a “Martha-Rita”

Martha Stewart's Margarita Recipe - How to Make a "Martha-Rita"

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Nothing screams “summer” like drinking an icy margarita outdoors. But unlike the frozen, overly sugary versions often served in restaurants, this margarita recipe from Martha Stewart uses fresh lime juice, orange liqueur, and small tequila. Casa Dragones for a simple yet delicious cocktail. Gather your friends and grab a cocktail shaker, because this perfectly balanced “Martha-rita” will have you enjoying all summer long.

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Pink salt or sea salt, coarsely ground

2 oz.

Casa Dragones tequila blanco

1 ounce.

orange liqueur or triple sec

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  1. Squeeze a lime to make 1 ounce and set aside. Cut a thin slice from the remaining lime for garnish and a slice for the salt rim.
  2. Leave a lime wedge around the edge of your Baccarat Martha-rita glass or a chilled stone glass; dip the rim in salt to coat. Partially fill glass with ice (we prefer 1 large sphere for minimal melting and thinning).
  3. Fill a cocktail shaker halfway with ice. Add tequila, orange liqueur, and reserved lime juice. Shake vigorously until the outside of the shaker is cold and frosty, about 10 seconds; strain into prepared glass. Garnish with lemon wedge and serve immediately.

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