Prosecco Margaritas

Prosecco and Margaritas are two of my favourite things to drink – mix the two together and I’m in cocktail heaven.  There is nothing quite like the salty/limey bite of a Margarita, sweetened up with some lovely Prosecco!


Makes 4-6 cocktails
100ml Tequila (blanco or the clear tequila works best)
125ml Cointreau or other orange liquer
125ml chilled simple syrup (see recipe below), or to taste
250ml freshly squeezed lime juice, or to taste
1  bottle chilled Prosecco (preferrably on the sweeter side – BRUT which I normally drink does not work as well)
coarse salt, to rim glasses
fresh lime wedges, for garnish

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In a small to bowl, add the tequila, orange liquer, simple syrup, and fresh lime juice. Prepare this mixture at least a couple hours before you’re going to serve the margaritas, and place in refrigerator to chill.

This recipe will make 6 smaller or 4 medium-sized margaritas so if salting the rims of your glasses, run the cut edge of a lime wedge around the rim of your glass and dip the rim into a small plate of coarse salt. Repeat with remaining glasses. Add ice to glasses and divide the tequila mixture amongst the glasses. Top with Prosecco, dividing evenly amongst the glasses. Give a little stir to combine.

You can adjust for individual tastes by adding more syrup to make the sweeter or more lime for tartness.  Even more tequila if you fancy! Squeeze a lime wedge over the top and add another one to the rim of your glass.

Simple syrup is really easy to make, and  ensures you get the lovely sweet margarita taste to offset the salt! Stir together a small cup of sugar with a cup of water. Bring to a boil, stirring, until all the sugar has dissolved. Allow this to cool at room temperature, and then your can store it in the fridge – it keeps for a while (couple of weeks or so).

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