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Tried making some frozen margaritas from scratch last night and they were pretty terrible. Lime juice, orange liqueur, cuervo, little sugar, and ice. Just not a whole lot of taste there. Too much ice maybe? Crappy limes? :headscratch:

Thanks for any help.
 

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You can take some quality Margarita mix and freeze it in an ice cube tray...
That way there's no water added...

Same thing I do with Smoothies... Freeze the bananas and strawberries...

Then just add tequila and some Triple Sec...

I like to rim the glass with sugar rather than salt... Horrible gettin' a mouthful of salt..

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Use the recipe on the back of the roses lime juice bottle....its a good journeymen recipe. Tequila, lime juice, triple sec, sweet and sour. We tend to a little more triple sec and a little less lime juice.
 

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Try the Can Can recipe, it's WAY better than it sounds:

1 can limeade concentrate
using same can, add 1 can each of:
tequila
beer (I know, sounds gross, but just do it)
triple sec
water.
I mix salt and sugar, equal parts for the glass rim.
:beer:
 

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My own recipe is similar: add to your blender-

1 can frozen limeade concentrate
1 empty limeade can full of tequila + 1/2 can of vodka
1 bottle of Corona
then pack the blender to the tippy top with ice and fire it up

WARNING: Do not try this if you have any plans at all for the next four hours or so. These will get you bombed like Hiroshima.
 

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Originally posted by Glockerel
Try the Can Can recipe, it's WAY better than it sounds:

1 can limeade concentrate
using same can, add 1 can each of:
tequila
beer (I know, sounds gross, but just do it)
triple sec
water.
I mix salt and sugar, equal parts for the glass rim.
:beer:
I'm a die hard Jose Quervo mix and tequila, on the rocks with and slice of lime and rim full of salt, BUT...last summer a girl at the local liquor store gave me the recipe above(minus the triple sec)and it is REALLY good!! I used a Corona beer.. No kidding, I was a little skeptical before I tried it.
 
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