Beet Ginger Margarita
The Beet Ginger Margarita takes your traditional marg to the next level! Featuring Exotico Tequila, beet orange juice, ginger liqueur, lime juice, and honey syrup!
I partnered with Exotico Tequila to make the Beet Ginger Margarita. Recipe and ideas are my own.Jump to Recipe
Beets? Ginger? In a margarita? Yup! You heard that right. This Beet Ginger Margarita combines the freshest flavors mixed into one libation. It’s earthy, zesty, and fun, so it’s perfect for the summer months. Pair it with a bright garnish and a sea salt rim for an exciting summertime mixed drink that’s ideal for your Margarita Mondays or your Taco Tuesdays! Plus, this magenta-hued cocktail features one of my favorite spirits, Exotico Tequila for a premium mixed drink. Keep reading to see how you can craft the Beet Ginger Margarita! Cheers.
Exotico Tequila is a premium tequila, crafted in the region of Jalisco, Mexico by a four-generation family distillery – known as one of Mexico’s most respected tequila makers. For this recipe, I incorporated the award-winning, Exotico Blanco Tequila which includes unique flavor notes. It’s clear, crisp, and herbal with spicy undertones, hints of fresh agave, and pepper for a beautifully balanced spirit.
Grab your bottle of Exotico Tequila Blanco here and add Exotico Blanco Tequila to all your favorite tequila-based cocktails like this Beet Ginger Margarita!
Time to make the Beet Ginger Margarita! Start by preparing 2 glasses (I used these gold-rimmed drinking glasses) with a sea salt and lime zest rim. To do this, you’ll zest 1 lime onto a shallow dish and add 1 teaspoon of sea salt and combine. Wet the rim of 2 cocktail glasses with lime juice, and dip the glasses into the sea salt and lime zest mixture until the rim is coated.
Once the glasses are prepped, you can start on the cocktail. Add Exotico Blanco Tequila, beet orange juice, ginger liqueur, honey syrup, and lime juice into a cocktail shaker with ice, and shake until the outside is chilled. Next, fill the prepared cocktail glasses with ice and strain the cocktail mixture into the glasses. If desired, garnish with lime and orange slices.
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