Breakfast Cocktails: Morning Margarita Recipe with Citrus Marmalade
A sweeter alternative to the traditional Margarita recipe that the lovers of frozen tequila drinks will love: a special citrus marmalade Margarita.
Margarita is a one of the most popular cocktails in the world, a representative of Mexican flavors, as its main ingredient is the tequila, the famous spirit distilled from the agave plant. The Margarita falls into the category of sour cocktails, those drinks made with a distillate, juice and corrector. The recipe is simple and crystalline: tequila, triple sec and lime or lemon juice. An evolution of the classic shorts of Tequila!
Yet, today we want to suggest you a sweeter alternative to the traditional recipe that the lovers of frozen tequila drinks will love: a special breakfast Margarita.
There are many versions of morning Margaritas, but we added a different ingredient to this cocktail: a delicious organic citrus marmalade.
So, let's see how to make a good citrus marmalade Margarita for the perfect brunch.
- If you like, rim the glass with sugar (instead of salt).
- Fill the jar with the ice cubes to the edge.
- Mix all the ingredient in a shaker.
- Fill the shaker with ice cubes and shake.
- Filter in jar.
- Garnish with grapefruit peel.
Pairing: Serve with Castelmagno cheese drizzled with organic orange honey and baked bread.