Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Cold and Refreshing.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Fill a large pitcher 1/2 way full of ice.
  2. Add the limeade, water and tequila together until blended.
  3. Add corona beer.
  4. Rub lime on rim of glass, and dip into salt.
  5. Serve in salt rimmed glass with lime wedge.


Most Helpful

This is one of the best, purest recipes I've ever tried. I think it deserves more than 5 stars! This is mine and husband's exact words, "These are the BOMB!" We've had these the last 2 times mother-in-law was over for dinner and hanging out and she really, really likes them! Here's our recipe (just doubled): We have 12 oz. frozen limeade where we live, so it's 12 ozs. of limeade and of tequila and water and then we use 2 bottles (12 ozs. each) of Corona Lite. We also put tons of crushed ice in the GLASS pitcher. We also have margarita salt and rub the lime along the rim of the margarita glass (as in the recipe) and dip in the margarita salt then put a slice of lime on the rim of the glass and serve. This is about my favorite mixed drink! I can't wait until we have a party and serve this! Thanks!

southern_gal12000 May 12, 2008

Served these for 80+ folks at an open house. My goodness were they good...and fair warning...very potent. I did not use Corona and instead used regular Budweiser to save $$. Couldn't tell and no one had a clue this 'ritas' had cerveza in them!!

TxInIa July 25, 2009

Just made these for a "Happy Hour". They were such a big hit the party lasted 6 hours and even the guys were asking for the recipe! Easy to make and very popular. (The only downside is I wish I'd bought more tequila to make several more batches!)

tarajared March 06, 2008

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