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This margarita is a little different than the average margarita. It's fruity and refreshing - the perfect drink to enjoy any day of the year.

6 people made this

IngredientsServes: 1

  • 3 tablespoons gold tequila
  • 125ml sweet and sour mix
  • 3 tablespoons raspberry flavoured liqueur

MethodPrep:5min ›Ready in:5min

  1. Salt the rim of a large margarita glass. To do so, pour salt onto a small plate, moisten the rim of the glass on a damp towel and press into the salt.
  2. In a cocktail mixer full of ice, combine tequila, sour mix and raspberry liqueur. Shake vigorously and strain into salt rimmed glass.

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Reviews & ratingsAverage global rating:(7)

Reviews in English (6)

by amydoll

Made these for my mom and I and my hubby (who normally doesn't like fruity drinks) kept stealing mine!! Great tasting, doesn't taste like there is any alcohol in it!!!-27 Apr 2008

by Sarah Jo

This was my "try a new drink" choice tonight. I agree with the other reviewers, a little heavy on the raspberry. If I make this again, I will cut back on the raspberry liqueur a bit.Definitely different. Nice for a warm day like today. I would have never thought of putting raspberry liqueur and tequila together, that's for sure.-28 Sep 2008

Backyard bash, girls’ night, or cocktail party, a raspberry margarita is the perfect drink. Our version features Daily’s Raspberry Mix and Non-Alcoholic Triple Sec Syrup.

  • 4 cups crushed ice
  • 16 oz. Daily’s Raspberry Mix
  • 4 oz. Daily’s Non-Alcoholic Triple Sec Syrup
  • 4 oz. white tequila
  • 1/4 cup crushed ice
  • 4 oz. Daily’s Raspberry Mix
  • 1 oz. Daily’s Non-Alcoholic Triple Sec Syrup
  • 1 oz. white tequila

Combine ingredients in a shaker and shake well.
Serve in a margarita glass.
Garnish with fresh raspberries.

For a frozen margarita by the glass, use 1 cup of crushed ice.
Combine in a blender and blend until smooth.


The drink is a very easy one to make. However, the first step is to have all the necessary ingredients within reach. You would also need to make your raspberry simple syrup ahead of time.


  • ½ ounces of gold tequila
  • ½ ounces of lime juice
  • Ice
  • A splash of sparkling wine
  • 1 tablespoon of raw sugar (optional)
  • 1 ounce of Chambord raspberry liqueur
  • ½ tablespoon of raspberry simple syrup

Raspberry Margarita

You didn’t think I’d let Tequila Week slip by without a margarita, did you? Of course not!
Celebrate Day 3 of Tequila Week (and get yourself through the rest of the first full work week after a holiday – yikes) with these Raspberry Margaritas. You won’t be sorry.

You can use any kind of berries you’ve got lying around for these – I love to use blackberries or strawberries (or even peaches!) when raspberries are in short supply (or when I’ve just eaten them all before I get around to margarita making. It happens). But for realz. These margaritas are super duper. You should probably make them immediately.

After your ingredients get assembled, this drink comes together very easily. It is refreshing, sweet, and a little sour! Try it today!

Raspberry Margarita


  • 1 ½ oz silver tequila
  • 2 oz raspberry coulee
  • 2 oz sweet & sour mix
  • 1 oz simple syrup
  • Sprite to fill glass
  • Sugar to rim
  • Ice

1. Rim glass with simple syrup, and then edge it in the sugar. Mix all other ingredients and stir.

How to Make Frozen Raspberry Margaritas

Frozen margaritas are so easy because you literally just pour everything in a blender and press go. So you just throw your tequila, Triple Sec (or orange liqueur of choice), fresh or frozen raspberries, lime juice, and ice into your blender and blend until smooth.

There’s no “Do you shake or stir margaritas?” google search necessary.

There’s no fussy muddling of raspberries happening here.

I love drink recipes like that.

Then, you just top it off with sliced limes, fresh raspberries, and a salted rim if that’s your thing.

These are really refreshing and perfect for this time of year when the raspberries are looking all fat, juicy, and delicious! If you happen to end up with a not-so-sweet batch of raspberries, a tiny bit of simple syrup will help sweeten your margaritas.

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Fresh Raspberry Margarita

You may just find your new favorite cocktail with one tiny tweak on a classic. Here, I’ve added fresh raspberries to the traditional margarita for a pop of color and perfect hint of berry flavor. The small addition transforms the drink into a summery sip. Strawberries have the same effect — just be sure that whichever fresh fruit you use is ripe and perfectly sweet before adding them to your glass.

Raspberry Margaritas

You didn’t think I’d let Tequila Week slip by without a margarita, did you? Of course not!

Celebrate Day 3 of Tequila Week (and get yourself through the rest of the first full work week after a holiday – yikes) with these Raspberry Margaritas. You won’t be sorry.

You can use any kind of berries you’ve got lying around for these – I love to use blackberries or strawberries (or even peaches!) when raspberries are in short supply (or when I’ve just eaten them all before I get around to margarita making. It happens). But for realz. These margaritas are super duper. You should probably make them immediately.

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To make the margarita, place the tequila, lime juice, agave, raspberries, and rose in a cocktail shaker and fill with ice. Shake well until chilled and frosty, about 15 to 20 seconds. Strain the margarita into a rocks glass filled with ice (with a salted rim, if desired). Garnish with a few more raspbserries, a few slices of the lime and serve.


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Blended Raspberry Margarita

It’s impossible to turn down a delicious and refreshing Blended Raspberry Margarita. The fresh berries are made to be in a drink with lime and orange flavors!

For me the summer means doing a lot of entertaining in the backyard. We love to have friends over for a barbecue, cards and a couple of drinks. It also means that I can try out new recipes on unsuspecting friends. With the blog I do a lot of cooking as you can imagine. We would end up with way too many leftovers if I didn’t take advantage of guests and their ability to eat (and take home) a lot of the food. When I think of summer I think of margaritas. It may be that I lived in California and Arizona the last 17 years or it could be that a margarita is just THE most refreshing drink ever! I love the flexibility of a margarita. There are just so many combinations that you could make with different flavors or blending them or just serving them on the rocks. I generally like to drink them on the rocks but every once in a while I want a blended drink and this was one of those days.

This drink has so much flavor! The first thing you taste is fresh raspberries. You can absolutely make this with frozen berries and just cut back on the amount of ice that you use but I think if it’s summer and you can get your hands on them DO. I really could taste the freshness and it was the biggest flavor of the drink. I think that the orange flavor of the Grand Marnier really brings out the raspberry flavor. I used some sweet & sour mix in this version for two reasons 1. I thought it would add a bit more sweetness and 2. I had it. If you don’t have any or can’t find it you could use lemon juice and a bit of sugar, all to taste but start small and add if you need it. If you want to try a super refreshing drink without the alcohol you could use sweet & sour mix or lime juice and the juice of half of an orange. I think that would make for a very tasty slushy!

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