The Best Margaritas. Ever. ~ Mountain Mama

Friday, June 26, 2009

The Best Margaritas. Ever.

This post is for Sweet Mama Jones, who seems to be in want of frozen beverages.

Two years ago, we were attending a BBQ and as I walked through the door I was greeted with the best question a hostess could ask: "I'm about to make margaritas. Would you like one?"

Watching her make them, I was skeptical. Tasting one, I was converted. I've tried to find the recipe online so I can credit it. She got it from her brother's wife's sister's...Actually I was so sloshed I sort of forget. They were that good.

You will need:

Frozen limeade concentrate (NOT frozen margarita mix)
Club soda
Tequila--Don't bother with good stuff
A can of beer--Yes, yes, Miller Light. I know. it's leftover from my Podracing incident (Also, good beer is wasted, just like you will be)

Step one: Dump limeade into a pitcher. Do NOT destroy carton to do this.
Step two: Fill limeade carton with club soda. Dump.
Step three: Repeat with Tequila (yes, that's 12 ozs tequila.)
Step four: Crack beer and pour in.

That's it. Just salt your glasses, pour, and drink. It won't take long before you have a rosy summer glow and slur your words. It's a lovely feeling.

Just make sure to share with your neighbors or they might start talking about the day you decided to try walking on a tightrope in your short PJs.


  1. Regina8:25 PM

    hmmmm, i'm seriously considering having a margarita party just to try this.

  2. Holy crap, why am I late to my own game???? I totally on my way to the store to purchase the above a trip to the ABC store for tequila. Yes I know. It took me a while to come to terms with not being able to buy booze the grocery store too. They draw the line @ beer & wine. Hmmm...I feel a blog about that coming on. BUT BACK TO THIS RECIPE!!! I am so excited. ;) It's the first time I have ever purchased Miller beer. I have an interview today, this will come in handy afterwards. CHEERS MOUNTAIN MAMA!!!

  3. Mountain Mama....I BIG PUFFY HEART love you, great recipe. Potent too. Yeeeikes!


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