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New year’s in my childhood home meant two things.

Pozole

Bunuelos

So how does a guava margarita fit into the mix?  Nowhere, really I had leftover guavas from making my Ponche Navideno and I find sipping a cocktail as I stand over my pot skimming foam for my pozole broth makes for a more enjoyable time.

Margarita motivation.

Enjoy! Sweet Life

guavas – plum sized , yellowish skinned fruit with a pear like taste. their inside is filled with filled with small seeds some edible, some very tough. they can be used for liquados, aguas or candied.  sold  fresh, frozen or jarred with alimbar (sugar syrup) 

You can purchase guava juice or make your own.  Peel guavas, remove seeds and blend.  Strain and your ready to go.  Some people prefer not to peel, but I find the skin can sometimes add a bitter aftertaste. It is a little time consuming, but adds great flavor. 

        

 

Guava Margarita

by Sweet Life

by Vianney Rodriguez

makes 4 margaritas

salt

lime wedges

1 cup tequila

1 cup guava juice

1/3 cup fresh lime juice

1/2 cup Cointreau

ice cubes

On a small plate spread salt.  With lime wedges moisten rim of 6 ounce glasses.  Dip glasses into salt.   Place glasses into freezer to chill.

In a pitcher combine tequila, guava juice, lime juice and Cointreau.  Remove glasses from freezer and serves margaritas mixture over ice. Garnish with guava slices.

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  6. Oh me oh my. This post could not have come at a better time.

    I was in Kauai over Christmas and was absolutely spoiled by the abundance of all things guava. I had a glass of guava nectar with breakfast just about every morning.

    The thought of it in a margarita makes me want to do a little dance.

  7. I love guava and your cocktail sounds perfect for refreshing evening after a hard day work. thanks for sharing.

    New Year begins, let us pray,
    that it will be a year with new Peace,
    New Happiness, and abundance of new friends,
    God bless you through out the new Year.

  8. Couldn’t find guava juice in our little town in Mexico, so I used mango juice to make your recipe. Wow! Too good!

    Kathleen

  9. Your margaritas look great! There’s nothing like fresh fruit in cocktails and guavas are delicious. Cheers!

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  11. We are making tamales on Friday and this drink will complete the meal, and of course the pozole and bunuelos ~ Happy New Year!

  12. Mmmmm…sounds like the perfect way to unwind :) The hubs just made some wonderful guava rice pudding from some fresh guavas we found at the Mexican market…love that taste. Salud!

  13. I have tried guava juice but I have never seen the inside of a whold guava. What a beautiful fruit. What nice Christmas traditions you have.

  14. This guava drink sounds and looks good! Perfect for this holiday seasons! Happy New Year to you and your family!

  15. Yum, Bonnie! This is such a pretty drink. I love guava too. It is actually grown near me in the Miami/Dade area, and a lot of people have trees apparently. I bet I could get some nice local guava. Well, probably. Apparently, it’s also in demand down here.
    Hey, I hope you guys have a great New Year. Try not to drink too many of these;-)
    XOXO,
    Stella

  16. What a fun Margarita.
    :-) Mandy

  17. I have never tried a guava margarita before….I am totally enticed!
    Happy New Year!
    Angie

  18. Oh my goodness, I need one of these now. Looks delicious, thanks for the inspiration

  19. I love guavas! have not eaten it for a long time. I like to eat it just as it is, seeds and all :D The guava juice looks very refreshing and delicious. Hope I can get to taste some one day. Thanks very much for sharing. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  20. It’s so cold here I’ve been drinking hot tea by the gallons – but I wouldn’t turn down one of these yummy margaritas! Hope you had a great Christmas! Happy New Year! xoxo

  21. oh my goodness, that pot of pozole must have been happy, or was that you… these just sound wonderfully delicious, makes me want fresh guavas right now

  22. Guavas are one of my favorite fruits. I wish they were more plentiful! This looks like a wonderful tropical brightly flavored drink.

  23. Yumm…guava, love this :)

  24. How exotic and unusual! You just gave me a recipe to use tomorrow evening when friends come over to help us finish Christmas dinner left-overs.

    Happy New Year!

    Kathleen

  25. I have no frame of reference for the flavour of guavas. I have never had one – but it looks delish!!!! (especially, sideways!)
    :)
    valeire

  26. I’m off to the store to get guava juice! This drink is perfect for New Years!

  27. What a delightful drink with guavas! Nice!

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