This recipe easily doubles if needed and the reason I say it serves 1-2 is it will depend on the size of your glasses. For me it serves 1.
Feel free to use lemon instead of lime, they both taste great, but I prefer lime.
I like it with salt on the rim, you may prefer it with sugar for a sweeter option, or you don't need to add anything.
Although not classical, for those that like a lighter cocktail, you can add lemonade, if you find it too strong, I do it sometimes and it tastes great.
A simple and refreshing cocktail to make for yourself, your family or friends.
Makes 1-2 margaritas
30ml freshly squeezed lime juice
1 cup ice
Sea salt, to serve
Place your cocktail glass in the fridge to chill.
Combine the tequila, cointreau, lime juice and ice in a food processor. Pulse on and off until ice is crushed.
Spread salt onto a sheet of baking paper or on a plate. Using the lemons that you squeezed rub a little lemon onto the rim of your glass, dip the rim of the glass into the salt .
Fill glass with your margarita mix.
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