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Sipping Saturday

I set aside a few strawberries from my trip to Poteet, Texas to share with you one of my favorite margaritas.  Truthfully I love them all, but you can’t beat the taste of fresh strawberry juice on a hot, humid Texas night! Enjoy! Sweet Life!      

 One margarita rule I do follow religiously is to use fresh juice.  If strawberry seeds aren’t your thing, simply strain to enjoy this colorful margarita. 

Strawberry Margarita

by Sweet Life

by Vianney Rodriguez

makes 4 margaritas


lime wedges

1 cup tequila

1 cup fresh strawberry juice, strained

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, strawberry juice, lime juice and Cointreau.  Remove glasses from freezer and serves margaritas mixture over ice. Garnish with a fresh strawberry.

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  13. I love margaritas and a strawberry one??? My mouth is already watering…

  14. Bonnie, cuánto tiempo! Qué rica margarita me encontré!!


  15. Love love the use of fresh juices…a beauty of a drink!

  16. Oh Bonnie, those look just perfect. I can certainly use few of those today. Look at the color of those berries. Yum.

  17. You know what my favorite thing is? Peanut butter, cream cheese and strawberry jelly sandwiches. Drool…

  18. Yummie, I know it is early and just Monday, but I can assure you that I’d love to have this strawberry margarita now :-) Have a great week!

  19. Delicious – so refreshing and makes me look forward to lots of lovely ripe strawberries in the summer!

  20. DELICIOUS! SWEET AND FRESH! the perfect drink

  21. And just in time for Cinco de Mayo! Woohooo!

  22. Gorgeous color! Looks like a refreshing fun drink for a Sunday afternoon as well!

  23. oh what a fun drink!

  24. Fresh juice is a MUST, otherwise why waste the alcohol? this looks SO refreshing!

  25. Ohhh sweet berry Margarita…one more recipe I can treat my Mom with ;o)
    Thanks for sharing this beautiful red with us…looking forward to our strawberry season.

    Have a great week Bonnie.
    Ciao for now,

  26. This looks beautiful and remarkably refreshing. I’d love to have a sip or two. I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  27. Brilliant margarita! Loving the use of fresh strawberry juice. One of the those sneaky ninja drinks that tastes so good you forget that its boozy, right? Well done!

  28. The drink look so refreshing and gorgeous! beautiful color.

  29. I already love this because of my love for strawberries and tequila!

  30. yep, perfect ode to strawberry season and Texan upbringing… can’t think of any better cocktail to serve for the weekend…

  31. Oh yummy – what a great idea. I have only had a strawberry daiquiri before not a margarita.
    :-) Mandy

  32. Mmmhhh, divine!



  33. Now that would be welcome right about now! It’s almost Saturday night and I would love a sip of this :D

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