Apple Cider Margaritas

Apple Cider Margaritas

Guess what day it is? No, not Hump Day; rather it’s the day I hit 300 posts!! Three hundred, y’all! This blog has been such a wonderful journey for me, and I have so much more to share.

apple cider margarita

So let’s celebrate with a margarita. Sounds good to me! Since ‘tis the season for apple cider, I’m thinking that using apple cider for margaritas is the way to go. These were awesome – they were warm yet cold, earthy yet spikey, and perfect for the fall and the holidays.

apple cider margaritas

I highly recommend finding the gold tequila for these (not that gold tequila is hard to find). While silver tequila is more common, the warmth and richness of the gold tequila is perfect for this autumn drink. If all you’ve got is silver though, it would probably work just fine.

apple cider margaritas

Thank you, thank you, thank you to all my loyal readers for coming on the fun trek with me! I love you all!! Enjoy!

Apple cider margarita

{One year ago: Green Bean Casserole}

Source: adapted from How Sweet Eats

Ground cinnamon
Granulated Sugar
Raw sugar, such as Turbinado
1 ounce orange liqueur
1 ounce gold tequila
5-6 ounces sweet apple cider
Apple slices, for garnish
cinnamon sticks for garnish

Add a spoonful of cinnamon, granulated sugar, and raw sugar to a plate. Mix together. Run a moist paper towel around the edge of the glass, then press into the cinnamon sugar mixture to coat the rim. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice, then add the orange liqueur, tequila and apple cider and shake to mix. Strain into the prepared glass. Garnish with apple slices and cinnamon sticks. Enjoy!

Makes 1 drink, as written.

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