This is the drink to be making for parties this summer – yes, margarita sangria sounds a little basic/extra/something-that-sounds-like-a-poor-life-choice, but it’s really not. Give this party starter a go and you won’t look back.
- a bottle (750ml) of dry white wine
- 250ml tequila
- 250ml fresh orange juice
- 125ml triple sec (optional)
- 125ml freshly squeezed lime juice
- 2 limes
- 1 orange
- a couple of stems of coriander
- 2 tsp salt flakes
- ice to chill and serve
Squeeze your limes to make 125ml of lime juice. Also thinly slice your orange and limes for decoration.
In the bottom of your pitcher, add the lime juice, salt, tequila, triple sec, and half of the coriander. Mix together with a thin spatula. Add in some ice. Pop in the orange and lime slices and the rest of the coriander stems.
Add in the orange juice, followed by the wine. Stir. Top up with ice to fill the pitcher.
Serve with more ice if it’s warm.
- Category: drinks
- Method: cocktails
- Cuisine: fusion
Keywords: margarita sangria