Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Guanabana nectar, with its sweet-acid vanilla taste, can be found in grocery stores under the Goya, Del Valle or Jumex label in the Mexican ethnic food section.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix the lime juice, lemon juice, tequila, Grand Marnier, sugar and guanabana nectar in a large cocktail shaker.
  2. Add the crushed ice and shake until cold.
  3. Pour coarse sugar onto a small plate.
  4. Rub the edge of the rim of the glass with the lime wedge and dip into sugar.
  5. Use a cocktail strainer to pour the drinks into the glasses.
  6. Serve immediately.


Most Helpful

I ended up buying Guayaba (Guava) nectar instead of the Guanabana nectar by mistake. This turned out really good even with my error. I did add some extra nectar to sweeten it up a bit, but I'm sure it is because I used the wrong one. I can't wait to try this using the right nectar! EDIT: I bought some guanabana nectar and made these margaritas....OUTSTANDING! I had never tried this nectar before and I loved it! Thanks for the introduction to this new flavor!

cookiedog July 24, 2007

Well Molly, this was awesome! I saw this recipe and was intriqued by Guanabana, never had it before. A few days later I saw some in the grocery store in the "Mexican" aisle. Figured it was some kind of sign. Well, I'm drinking about my 5th of these this week as I write this review. I like this recipe so much that I picked it as one of my top 2 favorites recipes of ZWT3! Thanks so much Molly!

Mrs Goodall July 05, 2007

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