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Blue Margarita

Blue Margarita served in a Margarita glass with a slice of lime and sugar or salt rim, the common way of presenting that refreshing tequila-cocktail.

Blue Margarita in a Margarita glass

Blue Margarita served in a Margarita glass with a slice of lime and sugar or salt rim, the common way of presenting that refreshing tequila-cocktail.

Martini glasses with their long and fine bezel are ideal for sugar or salt rims.

Blue Margarita in a Martini glass

Martini glasses with their long and fine bezel are ideal for sugar or salt rims.

Another great option for Blue Margarita, a cocktail saucer.

Blue Margarita in a cocktail saucer

Another great option for Blue Margarita, a cocktail saucer.

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Details

Alcohol content:

21 % Vol

Type:

Summer
Party
Shortdrink

Taste:

Refreshing
Sour
Palatable
Light

Preparation time:

Country of origin:

Mexico

Event:

Party
Birthday
Sunset
Drinking party

Ratings

Ø 5.0 of 5 (1 Ratings)
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Description

Blue Margarita is an eye-catching variation of the classical Margarita. The blue color is added directly with food coloring or indirectly with blue Curaçao. It's a strong tequila cocktail, you always have to keep in mind that one or two glasses are enough if you don't want to end up fully wasted.

Tequila is refined with Curaçao, lemon juice and a bit of sugar syrup. Because of the acidity, the tequila flavor is hardly notable. However, this refreshing party cocktail doesn't taste exorbitant sour, it's well balanced.

Blue Margarita you can serve for many occasions. Because of its impressive color it's ideal for parties and people with special appreciation of prettiness.

Ingredients

112fl. oz.Tequila
34fl. oz.Triple Sec
1dashFood coloring
34fl. oz.Lemon juice
  (or Lime juice)

38fl. oz.Sugar syrup
  (or 2 tsb. Sugar powder)

3pcsIce cubes
Blue Margarita ingredients: With Food Coloring

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Preparation

Method: Shaking with ice cubes

Bar equipment: Shaker

1.

Sugar or salt rim


Blue MargaritaPreparation: Sugar or salt rim

A crusta looks really great and complements Blue Margarita perfectly. With a sugar or salt rim it's best practice to start preparing the glasses before you actually begin mixing the drink.

2.

Lemon or lime decoration


Blue MargaritaPreparation: Lemon or lime decoration

We recommend a lemon or lime wedge for decoration. So, cut off a slice of lemon, make a vertical cut in the middle and place it on the glass rim.

3.

Shaking


Blue MargaritaPreparation: Shaking

Next, place tequila, blue Curaçao, lemon juice and sugar syrup along with 2-3 ice cubes in a cocktail shaker and shake it hard.

4.

Serving


Blue MargaritaPreparation: Serving

Finally, strain the mixture into the decorated glass with 3 ice cubes and serve it ice cold.

Sugar or salt rim?

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Sugar or salt rim, what is your favorite for Blue Margarita?

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Do you like salt rims?

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Do you like sugar rims?

Yes (50%)

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Our survey shows that there are some people out there preferring a salt rim and for most of those a sugar rim is not a problem. On the other hand, most of those favoring a sugar crusta don´t like Blue Margarita with a salt rim. Either way, try it out or play safe and serve it with a sugar rim.

It's an American habit to make the crusta only on one half of the rim. Like that you could prepare one half with sugar and the other with salt. Usually with this technique, you leave one half empty that it's possible to drink it without crusta.

In our opinion an entire custa looks better, tastes better and sticks better to the glass. A straw can help for those with an aversion against crustas.

Tips

Fine adjustment

Decoration / Serving

Blue margarita in a white wine glass and red wine glass

Indeed wine glasses look great, but the glass rim is a bit too short for a long lasting crusta.

Margarita, a Martini or cocktail glass are most appropiate for Blue Margarita. Present it with crusta and a slice of lemon.

A good presentation and an adequate environment are as important as the taste of cocktails. Use our decoration tool to test different decorations and glasses.

Decoration tool

Try out different decorations and glasses with our decoration-tool. Choose the desired options on the right side and your picture will be displayed immediately. Decorations and glasses which we recommend are labeled, but also all "not common" options are available. You can save created pictures for the pdf-download or your menucard.

Blue Margarita with individual decoration

Classical decorations

Options

What's the best serving suggestion for Blue Margarita?

Glass

Margarita glass

Highly recommended

Cocktail saucer

Martini glass

1

Margarita glass

Recommended

White wine glass short

Red wine glass short

Not common

Cancun glass

Cham­pagne flute

Cham­pagne glass short

Tumbler bellied

Tumbler Whisky

Sugar/Salt rim

Sugar or salt rim

1

-

Highly recommended

Sugar or salt rim

1

Fruity decorations

Lime half slice

1

-

Highly recommended

Lemon half slice

Lemon slice

Lime half slice

1

Lime slice

Not common

Celery stalk

Cube of canta­loupe

Cube of water­melon

Cucumber (slice)

Kiwi (half slice)

Kiwi (slice)

Kiwi and cherry

Orange (half slice)

Orange (slice)

Orange and Cherry

Orange, Kiwi and cherry

Peach slice

Piece of canta­loupe

Piece of galia melon

Piece of water­melon

Pine­apple and Cherry

Pine­apple heart

Pine­apple heart and cherry

Pine­apple with cherry on side

Pine­apple, Kiwi and cherry

Pineapple piece

Skewer Orange-­Cherry (half slice)

Skewer Orange-­Cherry (slice)

Strawberry

Zest lemon (piece)

Zest lemon (twisted)

Zest lime (piece)

Zest lime (twisted)

Straws

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1

-

Not common

Bendy straw black

Bendy straw blue

Bendy straw brown

Bendy straw green

Bendy straw grey

Bendy straw orange

Bendy straw pink

Bendy straw purple

Bendy straw red

Bendy straw white

Bendy straw yellow

Straw black

Straw blue

Straw brown

Straw green

Straw grey

Straw orange

Straw pink

Straw purple

Straw red

Straw white

Straw yellow

-

1

-

Not common

Bendy straw black

Bendy straw blue

Bendy straw brown

Bendy straw green

Bendy straw grey

Bendy straw orange

Bendy straw pink

Bendy straw purple

Bendy straw red

Bendy straw white

Bendy straw yellow

Straw black

Straw blue

Straw brown

Straw green

Straw grey

Straw orange

Straw pink

Straw purple

Straw red

Straw white

Straw yellow

Stirring staff

-

1

-

Not common

Mer­maid blue

Mer­maid green

Mer­maid yellow

Mermaid red

Sea shell blue

Sea shell green

Sea shell red

Sea shell yellow

Sea snail blue

Sea snail green

Sea snail red

Sea snail yellow

Shell blue

Shell green

Shell red

Shell yellow

Star­fish red

Starfish blue

Starfish green

Starfish yellow

Stirr­ing stick black

Stirr­ing stick blue

Stirr­ing stick green

Stirr­ing stick red

Stirr­ing stick yellow

Others

-

1

-

Not common

Palm blue

Palm golden

Palm green

Palm red

Palm Silvery

Pin­wheel blue­-golden

Pin­wheel blue­-purple

Pin­wheel silvery­-golden

Pin­wheel silvery­-red

Umbrella red

Umbrella yellow

Coaster

Napkin white

1

-

Highly recommended

Coaster white

Doily rose garden white

Napkin white

1

Recommended

Coaster black

Coaster blue

Napkin black

Napkin blue

Not common

Coaster brown

Coaster green

Coaster grey

Coaster orange

Coaster purple

Coaster red

Coaster yellow

Napkin brown

Napkin green

Napkin grey

Napkin orange

Napkin purple

Napkin red

Napkin yellow

Environment

Limes 1

1

Highly recommended

Limes 1

1

Limes 2

Limes 3

Recommended

Lem­ons 1

Lem­ons 2

Lem­ons 3

Lem­ons 4

Not common

-

Apple 1

Apple 2

Apple 3

Berries 1

Berries 2

Berries 3

Canta­loupe me­lon 1

Canta­loupe me­lon 2

Canta­loupe me­lon 3

Cherries 1

Cherries 2

Cherries 3

Coffee Beans 1

Coffee Beans 2

Coffee Beans 3

Coffee Beans 4

Cork 1

Cork 2

Cork 3

Cucumber 1

Cucumber 2

Cucumber, Mint, Lemon 1

Cucumber, Mint, Lemon 2

Egg 1

Egg 2

Egg 3

Egg and Lemon 1

Fruits 1

Fruits 2

Fruits 3

Galia me­lons 1

Galia me­lons 2

Galia me­lons 3

Grape­fruit, orange and lemon

Green grapes 1

Green grapes 2

Green grapes 3

Green grapes 4

Lemon and Cherries

Man­gos 1

Man­gos 2

Man­gos 3

Orange, lemon and cherry 1

Orange, lemon and cherry 2

Oranges 1

Oranges 2

Oranges 3

Oranges 4

Pea­ches 1

Pea­ches 2

Pea­ches 3

Pears 1

Pears 2

Pears 3

Pepper­mint 1

Pepper­mint 2

Pepper­mint 3

Pepper­mint 4

Pepper, salt and tabasco 1

Pepper, salt and tabasco 2

Pepper, salt and tabasco 3

Pine­apple 1

Pine­apple 2

Pine­apple 3

Pine­apple 4

Pome­grana­tes 1

Pome­grana­tes 2

Pome­grana­tes 3

Rasp­berries 1

Rasp­berries 2

Rasp­berries 3

Red grapes 1

Red grapes 2

Red grapes 3

Red grapes 4

Shells

Straw­berr­ies 1

Straw­berr­ies 2

Straw­berr­ies 3

Wa­ter­melon 1

Wa­ter­melon 2

Wa­ter­melon 3

Background

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