mango margaritas

Blended Mango Margaritas

These icy refreshing drinks will magically transport you to a charming little cantina south of the border, without leaving home. Don’t forget the chips and guacamole!

I was inspired to make these refreshing Blended Mango Margaritas after reading Lucky Brand Style Director Karin Cole’s blog post from the small seaside town of Sayulita, Mexico, where she recently vacationed. The little town sounded so quaint and inviting, I wish I could follow her down there.  But since I can’t get away at the moment, I did the next best thing…I brought a bit of Sayulita to me.

Blended Mango MargaritasMake these margaritas with fresh, ripe mangoes, when in season, or use frozen ones available in the freezer section of most grocery stores the rest of the time. The mango’s natural sweetness is contrasted nicely by the tartness of the lime juice and slightly peppery, citrusy flavor of the tequila. Use agave nectar, as needed, in place of simple syrup to further sweeten these margaritas.

Smoky & Spicy Mango Margarita

For the full article and recipe for Mango Margarita as well as a Smoky & Spicy Mango Margarita variation, click the link to follow me over to A Lucky Life blog.

Mango Margaritas

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