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Elderflower Margarita

elderflower margarita

I’m thrilled to share one of my favorite drinks with you – the Elderflower Margarita. This drink is a cool twist on the classic margarita, mixing the sweet and floral taste of elderflower with the tangy zest of lime and tequila. It’s perfect for anyone looking to try something new and refreshing. Trust me, after one sip, you’ll understand why it’s a top pick at our bar.

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elderflower margarita

Elderflower Margarita

Prep Time: 4 minutes
Total Time: 4 minutes
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Course: Drinks
Cuisine: Mexican
Keyword: Elderflower, Margarita
Servings: 1 drink
Author: Paul Kushner
Enjoy the delicate and sweet flavors of our Elderflower Margarita, a light and refreshing cocktail that combines the subtle taste of elderflower.

Ingredients

Instructions

  • If you like, start by rimming your glass with salt. Just rub a lime wedge around the edge and dip it in salt.
  • In your cocktail shaker, combine the tequila, orange liqueur, elderflower liqueur, lime juice, simple syrup, and a good amount of ice.
  • Shake it up! Give it a good shake until it's well mixed and chilled.
  • Strain the mixture into your prepared glass filled with fresh ice.
  • Garnish with a lime wheel or a pretty flower to make it look as good as it tastes.
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Tasting Notes

The Elderflower Margarita is a delightful balance of flavors. You get the bold kick of tequila softened by the sweet, floral notes of elderflower liqueur. The lime juice adds a refreshing tang, making every sip perfectly balanced between sweet and sour. It’s like a sunny day in a glass, bright and uplifting.

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Pro Tips

  • Use high-quality tequila for the best flavor. A smooth blanco tequila works great.
  • Fresh lime juice is key for that zesty freshness. Bottled juice just doesn’t compare.
  • Adjust the sweetness by adding more or less elderflower liqueur according to your taste.

When to Serve

The Elderflower Margarita is perfect for any occasion. It’s great for a sunny afternoon hangout, a fancy dinner party, or just a chill night in. It’s especially popular in the spring and summer when you’re craving something light and refreshing.

Which Liquor Brands to Choose

For tequila, choices like Espolòn Blanco or Patrón Silver are fantastic tequila brands that mix well and taste great. For the elderflower liqueur, St-Germain is the go-to for its smooth and floral flavor that perfectly complements the tequila.

Similar Cocktails

If you love the Elderflower Margarita, here are five similar cocktails you might enjoy:

  • Cristalini: Combines tequila, elderflower liqueur, sparkling wine, and fresh lemon.
  • Paloma: A refreshing mix of tequila and grapefruit soda.
  • Elderflower Spritz: A light, bubbly drink with elderflower liqueur and sparkling wine.
  • Tequila Sunrise: A sweet blend of tequila, orange juice, and grenadine.
  • Mojito: A minty fresh cocktail with rum, lime, and soda water.

History

The Elderflower Margarita is a modern twist on the classic margarita. The addition of elderflower liqueur brings a European flair to the Mexican classic, making it a global favorite. It’s a relatively new concoction, gaining popularity as bartenders and drinkers alike look for innovative ways to enjoy traditional flavors.

This Elderflower Margarita recipe is a fantastic way to shake up your cocktail routine. It’s easy, delicious, and sure to impress anyone looking for something a little different. Give it a try, and cheers to a new favorite.

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Paul Kushner

Written by Paul Kushner

Founder and CEO of MyBartender. Graduated from Penn State University. He always had a deep interest in the restaurant and bar industry. His restaurant experience began in 1997 at the age of 14 as a bus boy. By the time he turned 17 he was serving tables, and by 19 he was bartending/bar managing 6-7 nights a week.

In 2012, after a decade and a half of learning all facets of the industry, Paul opened his first restaurant/bar. In 2015, a second location followed, the latter being featured on The Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.

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