Mini Margarita Mocktail

October 01, 2021 1 min read

Mini Margarita Mocktail

Mini Margarita Mocktail (mmm)

These aromatic citrus flavours make for a zesty alcohol free mocktail. This time-honoured Margarita is easy to make and endlessly refreshing. In its simplest form, the classic Margarita is a blend of tequila, triple sec and fresh lime juice, but there are numerous ways this cocktail can be mixed and served, such as the one we have for you today. While straight up is the most traditional, it’s commonly blended with ice for a frozen Margarita or served on the rocks.



30ml Blood Orange

Salt, to rim (as needed)

1 Lime or Lemon cut in half

30ml Pink Grapefruit Juice (or a sour fruit)

3 serves (60ml) Rochester Organic Lemon, Lime & Ginger


Run a slice of lime around the rim of your glass, and dip the glass rim in salt (on a flat dish). Squeeze grapefruit & blood orange then add 60ml of Rochester Organic Lemon, Lime & Ginger, and ice to a cocktail shaker (or a blender on the crushed ice setting) Shake and then strain into salt rimmed glass, serve immediately and enjoy!

Note: If you are serving children, you may want to omit the salt rim from their glasses, as it is more of an adult taste. Substitute pink grapefruit and blood orange juice for plain orange juice

Whatever you choose to put into your Margarita, its best served cold and with tacos on a hot summer’s day!

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