Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

The Midori adds color and unique flavor to a classic. Looks even better garnished with fresh melon balls, frozen and skewered on toothpicks.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Run lime wedge along rim of long stemmed cocktail glass.
  2. Dip rim into salt and set aside.
  3. Add tequila, Midori and lime juice to a cocktail shaker half filled with ice cubes.
  4. Shake well and strain into prepared glass.


Most Helpful

Whoa! This was super strong. I really enjoy Midori and was excited to try this margarita. I only used equal amts of the tequila/Midori though..had I used more it definitely would of tasted like straight tequila! Smooth going down so it gets an extra star for that. I just wish the Midori had stood out more. If I make it again I would just increase the Midori. Thanks for posting!

Ang11002 December 30, 2009

I was looking for Christmas color cocktails and decided to ty this. I made it as you suggested (same proportions), AND added a little blue Curacao (about 1/2 oz.) to amp up the green colour. I am enjoying it now and will have at Christmas for my guests

Donalda December 22, 2008

This is a good drink!! The tequila is a little strong so when I made a second drink, I used less tequila and a little bit more melon liqueur.It came out nice. I will definitely be making this drink again. It's a nice change from "regular" margaritas. Thanks for sharing your recipe LW. Made for the March 2008 Bevy Tag game.

AuntWoofieWoof March 27, 2008

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