Blue Lagoon Margarita

"Exotic and tropical."
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  • Rub rim of margarita glass with lime wedge and dip in granulated sugar.
  • Process tequila, blue Curacao, lime juice, sweet and sour mix, pineapple juice, and ice in blender until smooth.
  • Pour into margarita glass.
  • Garnish with lime wedge or a cherry, if desired.

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  1. Sunflower
    My hubby and I have to go to "Margaritaville" at least once a week. I think is makes us nicer people. We decided to try this one for a little change. This has a wonderful fruity/tangy taste and beautiful blue color. We just kicked back and enjoyed a relaxing sunset. Thanks for a great treat :D
  2. MissyKissyKrissy
    We're using this slightly modified recipe for our signature cocktail at our wedding reception. Originally picked for it's color, the taste is fantastic as well. It's a winter wedding so we are going to have the glasses rimmed in a coarse-grained sparkly sugar, the cocktail will be mixed without the ice and then poured over a snowball (snowcone machine) that has been placed in the center of the glass just prior to the bar tender serving it.
  3. Jemoiselle
    A very tasty drink; I added pineapple puree to the top of the finished product, and added a marachino cherry to the rim of the glass held on to the lime with a toothpick. Also, I dipped the rims of the margarita glasses in Large sugar crystals after I moistened it with the lime. Bonita!
  4. rosslare
    Wonderfully colorful, great tasting margarita! I only use fraction of ice, though, but anyhow. Wow!


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