Blood Orange Margaritas

Blood Orange Margaritas

Figure out how to make blood orange margaritas at home with crisp blood oranges (or packaged juice), limes, crude nectar, and 100% agave silver tequila. This beverage formula looks excellent (the shading is flawless), goes down simple, and utilizations straightforward fixings that are anything but difficult to discover.

Have you at any point attempted blood oranges? There are such a significant number of extravagant citrus assortments that it's regularly overpowering picking and picking what to attempt.

In any case, blood oranges ought to be at the highest priority on your rundown on account of their remarkably dark red shading, which implies its brimming with cancer prevention agents notwithstanding nutrient C.

This regular citrus natural product is accessible pre-spring through spring (commonly January through May here in Texas). The substance and juice have a clear pink/red shade (subsequently the blood examination) and tastes marginally sweet with a touch of poignancy.

I'd depict it as somewhere close to a navel orange and a Rubyred grapefruit. Contingent upon the assortment (I've perused there are no less than three principle ones) they might be better or even marginally unpleasant.

Blood Orange Margaritas

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  • Juice from 2 blood oranges (approximately 1/4 cup)
  • 1 tablespoon of raw honey OR simple syrup
  • Juice from 2 small limes (approximately 4 tablespoons)
  • 2 ounces of 100% agave silver tequila
  • 1 ounce of Grand Marnier or good-quality orange liqueur (optional)
  • Splash of carbonated water (optional)
  • Coarse sea salt, for the rim of the glass


  1. Pour a circle of coarse salt into a small plate. Rub a lime or blood orange wedge around the rim of your glass (or dip the rim into a small bowl of citrus juice) and press the glass into the salt, twisting it around slightly until there's a small coating of salt around the rim. Fill your glass with ice and set aside.
  2. In a separate container, mix the blood orange juice, lime juice, tequila, and orange liqueur (if using). Measure in the raw honey (do not heat it) and stir until combined. It may take 30-60 seconds to dissolve, possibly longer if the citrus juices and tequila are chilled.
  3. Pour the margarita mixture into the salt-rimmed glass and (optional) top with a splash or two of sparkling water. If you want your drink extra cold, shake the mixture a handful of times over ice before pouring into the glass. Serve immediately before the ice melts. 

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