An excellent Margarita! Most Margarita's "bite back", but this one is smooth and mellow with just the right ingredient proportions for nice a salty/sour kick. I usually put Grand Marnier in my Margaritas, but this was a novel way to give just a "hint" of the Grand Marnier. Thanks for sharing this very good recipe.
excellent Margarita!!! yum,yum....=)
It just wasn't good and I spent another ten minutes trying to fix this bland and bitter mess. I finally ended up converting it into a Watermelon Margarita; adding about 1 1/2 cups of watermelon, 1 tbsp sugar, extra tequila and triple sec. The finished product was a decent boozy concoction that served me and my guest well today, but I won't use this recipe again.
Not the best Margarita I have ever had but it wasn't bad. I wished it were a little sweeter!
Wow - this was terrible. I'm not a fan of the sugary fare that usually passes as a margarita here in the states, but following this recipe produced an acidic, watered-down product that would have had me demanding my money back had any establishment ever served this to me. Want a tasty margarita? Take a can of limeade, and add a can of tequilla, half-can of lime juice, and half-can of triple-sec -- just don't try this.
Hmmm. Maybe we made it wrong, but I thought it was too sour and had no sweetness what so ever...we ended up adding some ginger ale thatwas available to sweeten it up..
Aaahhhh Margarita! Delicious and went well with my southwest themed meal. What more can I say?? This was superb!
Delicious! and the Grand Marnier on the rim is lovely. Thanks, Rita!
Very good! Loved the GM on te rim before the salt! Nice addition!
NO other way to drink a Margarita!! I also floated a shot of Grand Marnier on top of Margarita!!! YUMMY!! Having company tonight...so we will probably have these again tonight!!! lol Thank you!