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One of our latest margaritas we have been making at home is this lime Patron margarita recipe with a hint of Patron lime liquor. It is smooth and fresh on the palate! We have been making this Patron margarita at home and our guests love it each and every time with a hint of Patron lime liquor.
This margarita is guaranteed to please if you are entertaining guests; they will immediately notice the high quality of the tequila and the smooth taste! This recipe is also easily multiplied to make larger portions and serve in a pitcher if you want to have more than one.
Simply mix the first three ingredients and wait to add the club soda until you are serving it.
Lime Patron Margarita Recipe Ingredients
The best margaritas are made with Patron Anejo tequila. The smoothness and flavor of this tequila just meld so easily with the flavorings of the Tres Agaves Organic Margarita Mix. Those two ingredients are the essentials, what comes next is what makes this margarita recipe one of the best.
The Patron Citronge Lime Liqueur adds even more flavor that will become the star of the margarita.
Lime Patron Margarita Recipe Directions
Gather ingredients. You can use a different type of Patron if you prefer; the Anejo just happens to be our favorite.
If you like salt on your rim, now is the time to salt your glass. I skip this as I happen to love the taste of tequila on its own.
Mix tequila, margarita mix and liqueur in shaker and pour over ice.
If you prefer, you can also just pour these three ingredients in a glass over ice. This is what I do if it’s just my husband and I, so I have less dishes to wash.
Top with club soda to your liking. Less is more with this Patron margarita recipe.
Garnish with a lime.
I also add a glass straw to our cocktails because it makes it easy to keep mixing the ingredients together. Liqueurs can sometimes fall to the bottom; with a simple swish it stays nicely mixed in. The Patron Lime Citronge really adds a smooth touch to a traditional margarita making it less tart!
I hope you love this Perfect Lime Patron Margarita as much as we do! It pairs beautifully with our Cowboy Caviar and if you like a more traditional margarita, you may also want to try our Nearly NorCal Margarita recipe. Making the perfect lime Patron margarita is easy if you have my Summer Cocktail Recipes eBook!
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Perfect Lime Patron Margarita
- 3 oz Patron Anejo tequila
- 1.5 oz Tres Agaves Oraganic Margarita Mix
- .75 oz Patron Citronge Lime Liquer
- Club Soda
- Salt (optional)
- Gather ingredients. You can use a different type of Patron if you prefer; the Anejo just happens to be our favorite.
- If you like salt on your rim, now is the time to salt your glass. I skip this as I happen to love the taste of tequila on its own.
- Mix tequila, margarita mix and liqueur in shaker and pour over ice.
- If you prefer, you can also just pour these three ingredients in a glass over ice. This is what I do if it’s just my husband and I so I have fewer dishes to wash.
- Top with club soda to your liking. Less is more with this Patron margarita recipe.
- Garnish with a lime.
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