Tequila cocktails have a kind of polarizing effect; most people either love it or they hate it. Tequila is made from Agave. The kind of agave needed to create amazing tequila can only be grown in one part of the world: Mexico! That simple fact alone makes tequila very similar to wine in my opinion. Some people may not know it yet, but tequila is their favorite drink!
Enjoy these tasty tequila cocktails that aren’t margaritas on Taco Tuesday or during happy hour. They give the margarita some competition and will impress friends, too!
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If you’ve ever had a margarita and thought “mmmm I love this!” it’s the tequila that you are really enjoying! While margaritas are the most popular type of tequila cocktails, they’re not the ONLY kind! There are tons of amazing tequila cocktails that you can try! If you love tequila this will be a great task, if you are thinking you don’t like tequila this might be your chance to find something you actually enjoy!
Tequila Sunrise | Averie Cooks
Cucumber Lime Tequila | B. Britnell
Tequila Sunset | Real Housemoms
Lime Patron Margarita | The Best of Life Magazine
Orange Mint Tequila | BonBon Break
Raspberry Tequila Sangria | Key Ingredient
The Devil’s Margarita | Show Me The Yummy
Tequila Bramble | Popsugar
Blood Orange Margarita | The Best of Life Magazine
Mexican Mimosas | Garnish With Lemon
Grapefruit Tequila Slammer | Self Proclaimed Foodie
Tequila Pineapple | Call Me PMC
Palomas | Goop
Fried Tequila Shots | Lemons For LuLu
Corona Sunset | Tipsy Bartender
Tequila Limeade | Man-Titlement
Watermelon Tequila Slush | Bourbon and Honey
Mexican Mai Tai | A Spicy Perspective
Fresh Strawberry Jalapeno | The Chic Site
Pineapple Frozen Margaritas | The Happier Homemaker
Raspberry Mint Tequila Smash | Girl in The Little Red Kitchen
Spicy Grapefruit Margaritas | Fit Foodie Finds
Summer Rose Sangria | Half Baked Harvest
Sunny Orange Margarita | Spend With Pennies
After all of that, if tequila still doesn’t sound good to you, how about a craft beer?