This melon margarita cocktail recipe is so delicious. And, I used Powell and Mahoney’s classic margarita mix, which makes it super fast to mix the melon margaritas and get them into your guests waiting mouths!
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Here’s my complaint about other pre-made mixes: They are too sweet.
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- Powell & Mahoney use only natural ingredients in their mixers, which makes you feel good about serving them to your family and friends
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- They make their cocktail mixers in small batches
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- Their mixers are naturally gluten-free
- Their products are super easy to use
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How to make a melon margarita
Slice two thin lime wheels from a lime and cut a small slit in them.
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Gather the ingredients – Powell & Mahoney classic margarita mixer, tequila and melon liqueur!
Add 4 ounces of tequila, 2 ounces of melon liqueur and 8 ounces of the classic margarita mixer.
Cap the shaker, shake for 30 seconds and pour the contents into the two margarita glasses.
Add more ice as needed.
Garnish the margaritas with thin lime wheels.
Mmmm. Let’s look at another view of this melon margarita cocktail.
Okay. Now, let’s see what I did with these delicious margaritas!
I invited my sister, Robyn and our family friend Lisa over for appetizers, melon margaritas and pulled pork sandwiches because everything, and not just holidays, are #bettertogether!
That’s Christopher pouring the yummy melon margarita in Robyn’s glass. Notice her iron grip on the base of her glass? She knows that if I wasn’t behind the camera, I’d be running over there and snatching it out of her hand.
Now, let’s see everyone enjoying themselves. They both love their melon margaritas, but I couldn’t pry Lisa’s lips off the glass, which means she really loves it.
Christopher and Robyn are sampling the chips and salsa and hummus!
Have I ever mentioned that Christopher is a clown? Not a real clown, that would be creepy, but he’s super funny.
He’s telling them a story.
And now for the punchline.
I hope you enjoyed this recipe. And please DO try Powell & Mahoney’s craft cocktail mixers! They truly are delicious!
Please feel free to leave me a comment. What is your favorite cocktail to make with a mixer?
And as always, may all your dishes/drinks be delish!
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Melon Margarita Cocktail
- 4 ounces tequila use a high quality brand
- 2 ounces melon liqueur
- 8 ounces Powell & Mahoney classic margarita mix
- 2 Lime wheels ( with a slit cut into the side)
- Fill cocktail shaker halfway with ice
- Add tequila, melon liqueur and margarita mix4 ounces tequila, 2 ounces melon liqueur, 8 ounces Powell & Mahoney classic margarita mix
- Cap shaker and shake for 30 seconds
- Strain cocktail into the margarita glasses and add ice cubes
- Place each lime wheel on the sides of the glasses2 Lime wheels