Rose-A-'Rita (cocktail)

"This is a Strawberry Margarita with a twist. Tequila Rose Liqueur is one of the ingredients. Tequila Rose is Strawberry Flavor Cream Liqueur and Tequila and is pink, creamy and tasty. I have made this drink two different ways. In a blender, which makes the drink foamy because of the 7up, and in a tall glass. I got the original recipe from the Tequila Rose web site and improvised it a little bit. If you want to, you can use Club Soda instead of 7Up. I don't know how it tastes with Club Soda though. It is a very refreshing drink."
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  • 14 cup tequila rose strawberry cream liqueur
  • 12 cup strawberry margarita mix
  • 34 cup 7-Up soda (or Club Soda)
  • 18 cup tequila (optional)


  • In a Blender: Place all ingredients in a blender.
  • If you want a stronger drink add the tequila.
  • Blend until well blended (about 15-20 seconds).
  • Pour into a tall glass.
  • The drink will be foamy when made this way.
  • In a glass: Pour the 7up (or Club Soda) into the glass first to prevent the drink from foaming.
  • Add the Tequila Rose and Margarita Mix and mix well.
  • If you want a stronger drink, add the tequila and stir until well mixed.
  • Garnish with a strawberry if you want to.
  • Now sit back and relax and enjoy your drink.
  • Warning!
  • If you add the extra tequila you might not be able to taste it.
  • This can cause more than one drink to sneak up on you.

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  1. This was a hit :D
  2. Yummy is the only way to describe this... I made it with Baha Bob's low carb strawberry margarita mix and added the tequila and fresh strawberries. It was great, but it does pack a punch so be forewarned. It makes a great dessert drink and will be a good beach drink. Thanks for sharing.


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