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Ingredients

  • 2 Ounces tequila
  • 2 Ounces pomegranate juice
  • 1 Ounce lime juice
  • 1 Ounce simple syrup
  • Sparkling Ice Classic Lemonade
  • Vanilla flake salt rim, for garnish
  • Lime wedge, for garnish

Directions

Rim glass with a lime and dip into vanilla flake salt, fill glass with ice and set to the side.

In an ice-filled cocktail shaker, combine tequila, pomegranate juice, lime juice, and simple syrup. Shake.

Strain into glasses and top with Sparkling Ice Classic Lemonade, stir lightly to combine.

Garnish with a lime wedge.


Pomegranate Margarita Recipe

One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Four &hellip.

And then you can&rsquot remember how to count &hellip because well &hellip you&rsquore on four tequila and that&rsquos a lot of tequila.

This past weekend we had my husbands company Christmas Party. Every year is fun. We usually go to a restaurant to have dinner together, do a gift exchange (which are gifts that Mike&rsquos company buys .. so they are fun!) and then afterwards we&rsquoll head out with a couple of employees to catch a drink and just hang out. It&rsquos a blast.

But last year I mixed my drinks and it turned out no bueno. (that means &ldquono good&rdquo for those of you who don&rsquot speak spanish)

Last year, we went to a nice steak house restaurant and what goes well with steak? Red Wine. So I had two glasses of red wine that night. After dinner and the party we headed out for some cocktails with the other employees. One of the guys ordered tequila shots for the whole table. I was hesitant and even said &hellip &ldquome and tequila don&rsquot do well together.&rdquo But pure pressure gave in, I did the shot and within 10 minutes immediately regretted it. The room felt like it was spinning and it was all I could do to not throw up. We left soon after that so I could lay down &hellip cuz believe me I NEEDED it!

This year a couple of the guys came up to me and said &hellip &ldquook krista, tequila shots.&rdquo It was a HARD no this time and they knew why. They were just doing it to tease me, the little stinkers! Then one of them came up to me and said &hellip &ldquohey krista remember last year &hellip you were done after one shot? haha&rdquo

Yes &hellip yes I remember and I&rsquoll never do it again!

This year I stuck to the wine and it was such a fun night! And most importantly, I felt GREAT &hellip no virtigo or nausea for me. Woohoo!

So what&rsquos the moral of the story? Don&rsquot mix your liquors! It never turns out well. And don&rsquot do tequila shots! Whew!

BUT. If you must drink tequila &hellip do it in a margarita! More specifically this Pomegranate Margarita!

The key to a good margarita is fresh ingredients and quality tequila. BOTH of which this Margarita Recipe has &hellip so get ready for an awesome, delicious, smooth as butter cocktail!

It is filled with fresh squeezed lime juice, orange juice (which added a nice sweetness to it), Grand Marnier, Tequila, agave nectar instead of simple syrup, and pomegranate juice to give a nice red hue. Ahem&hellip did you notice the colors are very festive for this time of year. Red and Green people &hellip it&rsquos like this recipe, Christmas week, and you were meant to be!

The good news is, this is a cocktail you can enjoy all year round! It might look Christmas-y but the flavors are good for any season! Bring on the Margaritas!

Just be careful of the tequila shots! (ok, and now i have that &ldquotequila makes her clothes fall off&rdquo song in my head) This Margarita won&rsquot do that. Ok, now we&rsquore getting weird. I&rsquom just gonna stop while I&rsquom ahead and end on this!

Make this Pomegranate Margarita! I know it will be a hit at your next party or fiesta. The flavors burst in your mouth but it so smooth at the same time. Basically it&rsquos mind blowing.


Pomegranate Margarita Recipe

One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Four &hellip.

And then you can&rsquot remember how to count &hellip because well &hellip you&rsquore on four tequila and that&rsquos a lot of tequila.

This past weekend we had my husbands company Christmas Party. Every year is fun. We usually go to a restaurant to have dinner together, do a gift exchange (which are gifts that Mike&rsquos company buys .. so they are fun!) and then afterwards we&rsquoll head out with a couple of employees to catch a drink and just hang out. It&rsquos a blast.

But last year I mixed my drinks and it turned out no bueno. (that means &ldquono good&rdquo for those of you who don&rsquot speak spanish)

Last year, we went to a nice steak house restaurant and what goes well with steak? Red Wine. So I had two glasses of red wine that night. After dinner and the party we headed out for some cocktails with the other employees. One of the guys ordered tequila shots for the whole table. I was hesitant and even said &hellip &ldquome and tequila don&rsquot do well together.&rdquo But pure pressure gave in, I did the shot and within 10 minutes immediately regretted it. The room felt like it was spinning and it was all I could do to not throw up. We left soon after that so I could lay down &hellip cuz believe me I NEEDED it!

This year a couple of the guys came up to me and said &hellip &ldquook krista, tequila shots.&rdquo It was a HARD no this time and they knew why. They were just doing it to tease me, the little stinkers! Then one of them came up to me and said &hellip &ldquohey krista remember last year &hellip you were done after one shot? haha&rdquo

Yes &hellip yes I remember and I&rsquoll never do it again!

This year I stuck to the wine and it was such a fun night! And most importantly, I felt GREAT &hellip no virtigo or nausea for me. Woohoo!

So what&rsquos the moral of the story? Don&rsquot mix your liquors! It never turns out well. And don&rsquot do tequila shots! Whew!

BUT. If you must drink tequila &hellip do it in a margarita! More specifically this Pomegranate Margarita!

The key to a good margarita is fresh ingredients and quality tequila. BOTH of which this Margarita Recipe has &hellip so get ready for an awesome, delicious, smooth as butter cocktail!

It is filled with fresh squeezed lime juice, orange juice (which added a nice sweetness to it), Grand Marnier, Tequila, agave nectar instead of simple syrup, and pomegranate juice to give a nice red hue. Ahem&hellip did you notice the colors are very festive for this time of year. Red and Green people &hellip it&rsquos like this recipe, Christmas week, and you were meant to be!

The good news is, this is a cocktail you can enjoy all year round! It might look Christmas-y but the flavors are good for any season! Bring on the Margaritas!

Just be careful of the tequila shots! (ok, and now i have that &ldquotequila makes her clothes fall off&rdquo song in my head) This Margarita won&rsquot do that. Ok, now we&rsquore getting weird. I&rsquom just gonna stop while I&rsquom ahead and end on this!

Make this Pomegranate Margarita! I know it will be a hit at your next party or fiesta. The flavors burst in your mouth but it so smooth at the same time. Basically it&rsquos mind blowing.


Pomegranate Margarita Recipe

One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Four &hellip.

And then you can&rsquot remember how to count &hellip because well &hellip you&rsquore on four tequila and that&rsquos a lot of tequila.

This past weekend we had my husbands company Christmas Party. Every year is fun. We usually go to a restaurant to have dinner together, do a gift exchange (which are gifts that Mike&rsquos company buys .. so they are fun!) and then afterwards we&rsquoll head out with a couple of employees to catch a drink and just hang out. It&rsquos a blast.

But last year I mixed my drinks and it turned out no bueno. (that means &ldquono good&rdquo for those of you who don&rsquot speak spanish)

Last year, we went to a nice steak house restaurant and what goes well with steak? Red Wine. So I had two glasses of red wine that night. After dinner and the party we headed out for some cocktails with the other employees. One of the guys ordered tequila shots for the whole table. I was hesitant and even said &hellip &ldquome and tequila don&rsquot do well together.&rdquo But pure pressure gave in, I did the shot and within 10 minutes immediately regretted it. The room felt like it was spinning and it was all I could do to not throw up. We left soon after that so I could lay down &hellip cuz believe me I NEEDED it!

This year a couple of the guys came up to me and said &hellip &ldquook krista, tequila shots.&rdquo It was a HARD no this time and they knew why. They were just doing it to tease me, the little stinkers! Then one of them came up to me and said &hellip &ldquohey krista remember last year &hellip you were done after one shot? haha&rdquo

Yes &hellip yes I remember and I&rsquoll never do it again!

This year I stuck to the wine and it was such a fun night! And most importantly, I felt GREAT &hellip no virtigo or nausea for me. Woohoo!

So what&rsquos the moral of the story? Don&rsquot mix your liquors! It never turns out well. And don&rsquot do tequila shots! Whew!

BUT. If you must drink tequila &hellip do it in a margarita! More specifically this Pomegranate Margarita!

The key to a good margarita is fresh ingredients and quality tequila. BOTH of which this Margarita Recipe has &hellip so get ready for an awesome, delicious, smooth as butter cocktail!

It is filled with fresh squeezed lime juice, orange juice (which added a nice sweetness to it), Grand Marnier, Tequila, agave nectar instead of simple syrup, and pomegranate juice to give a nice red hue. Ahem&hellip did you notice the colors are very festive for this time of year. Red and Green people &hellip it&rsquos like this recipe, Christmas week, and you were meant to be!

The good news is, this is a cocktail you can enjoy all year round! It might look Christmas-y but the flavors are good for any season! Bring on the Margaritas!

Just be careful of the tequila shots! (ok, and now i have that &ldquotequila makes her clothes fall off&rdquo song in my head) This Margarita won&rsquot do that. Ok, now we&rsquore getting weird. I&rsquom just gonna stop while I&rsquom ahead and end on this!

Make this Pomegranate Margarita! I know it will be a hit at your next party or fiesta. The flavors burst in your mouth but it so smooth at the same time. Basically it&rsquos mind blowing.


Pomegranate Margarita Recipe

One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Four &hellip.

And then you can&rsquot remember how to count &hellip because well &hellip you&rsquore on four tequila and that&rsquos a lot of tequila.

This past weekend we had my husbands company Christmas Party. Every year is fun. We usually go to a restaurant to have dinner together, do a gift exchange (which are gifts that Mike&rsquos company buys .. so they are fun!) and then afterwards we&rsquoll head out with a couple of employees to catch a drink and just hang out. It&rsquos a blast.

But last year I mixed my drinks and it turned out no bueno. (that means &ldquono good&rdquo for those of you who don&rsquot speak spanish)

Last year, we went to a nice steak house restaurant and what goes well with steak? Red Wine. So I had two glasses of red wine that night. After dinner and the party we headed out for some cocktails with the other employees. One of the guys ordered tequila shots for the whole table. I was hesitant and even said &hellip &ldquome and tequila don&rsquot do well together.&rdquo But pure pressure gave in, I did the shot and within 10 minutes immediately regretted it. The room felt like it was spinning and it was all I could do to not throw up. We left soon after that so I could lay down &hellip cuz believe me I NEEDED it!

This year a couple of the guys came up to me and said &hellip &ldquook krista, tequila shots.&rdquo It was a HARD no this time and they knew why. They were just doing it to tease me, the little stinkers! Then one of them came up to me and said &hellip &ldquohey krista remember last year &hellip you were done after one shot? haha&rdquo

Yes &hellip yes I remember and I&rsquoll never do it again!

This year I stuck to the wine and it was such a fun night! And most importantly, I felt GREAT &hellip no virtigo or nausea for me. Woohoo!

So what&rsquos the moral of the story? Don&rsquot mix your liquors! It never turns out well. And don&rsquot do tequila shots! Whew!

BUT. If you must drink tequila &hellip do it in a margarita! More specifically this Pomegranate Margarita!

The key to a good margarita is fresh ingredients and quality tequila. BOTH of which this Margarita Recipe has &hellip so get ready for an awesome, delicious, smooth as butter cocktail!

It is filled with fresh squeezed lime juice, orange juice (which added a nice sweetness to it), Grand Marnier, Tequila, agave nectar instead of simple syrup, and pomegranate juice to give a nice red hue. Ahem&hellip did you notice the colors are very festive for this time of year. Red and Green people &hellip it&rsquos like this recipe, Christmas week, and you were meant to be!

The good news is, this is a cocktail you can enjoy all year round! It might look Christmas-y but the flavors are good for any season! Bring on the Margaritas!

Just be careful of the tequila shots! (ok, and now i have that &ldquotequila makes her clothes fall off&rdquo song in my head) This Margarita won&rsquot do that. Ok, now we&rsquore getting weird. I&rsquom just gonna stop while I&rsquom ahead and end on this!

Make this Pomegranate Margarita! I know it will be a hit at your next party or fiesta. The flavors burst in your mouth but it so smooth at the same time. Basically it&rsquos mind blowing.


Pomegranate Margarita Recipe

One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Four &hellip.

And then you can&rsquot remember how to count &hellip because well &hellip you&rsquore on four tequila and that&rsquos a lot of tequila.

This past weekend we had my husbands company Christmas Party. Every year is fun. We usually go to a restaurant to have dinner together, do a gift exchange (which are gifts that Mike&rsquos company buys .. so they are fun!) and then afterwards we&rsquoll head out with a couple of employees to catch a drink and just hang out. It&rsquos a blast.

But last year I mixed my drinks and it turned out no bueno. (that means &ldquono good&rdquo for those of you who don&rsquot speak spanish)

Last year, we went to a nice steak house restaurant and what goes well with steak? Red Wine. So I had two glasses of red wine that night. After dinner and the party we headed out for some cocktails with the other employees. One of the guys ordered tequila shots for the whole table. I was hesitant and even said &hellip &ldquome and tequila don&rsquot do well together.&rdquo But pure pressure gave in, I did the shot and within 10 minutes immediately regretted it. The room felt like it was spinning and it was all I could do to not throw up. We left soon after that so I could lay down &hellip cuz believe me I NEEDED it!

This year a couple of the guys came up to me and said &hellip &ldquook krista, tequila shots.&rdquo It was a HARD no this time and they knew why. They were just doing it to tease me, the little stinkers! Then one of them came up to me and said &hellip &ldquohey krista remember last year &hellip you were done after one shot? haha&rdquo

Yes &hellip yes I remember and I&rsquoll never do it again!

This year I stuck to the wine and it was such a fun night! And most importantly, I felt GREAT &hellip no virtigo or nausea for me. Woohoo!

So what&rsquos the moral of the story? Don&rsquot mix your liquors! It never turns out well. And don&rsquot do tequila shots! Whew!

BUT. If you must drink tequila &hellip do it in a margarita! More specifically this Pomegranate Margarita!

The key to a good margarita is fresh ingredients and quality tequila. BOTH of which this Margarita Recipe has &hellip so get ready for an awesome, delicious, smooth as butter cocktail!

It is filled with fresh squeezed lime juice, orange juice (which added a nice sweetness to it), Grand Marnier, Tequila, agave nectar instead of simple syrup, and pomegranate juice to give a nice red hue. Ahem&hellip did you notice the colors are very festive for this time of year. Red and Green people &hellip it&rsquos like this recipe, Christmas week, and you were meant to be!

The good news is, this is a cocktail you can enjoy all year round! It might look Christmas-y but the flavors are good for any season! Bring on the Margaritas!

Just be careful of the tequila shots! (ok, and now i have that &ldquotequila makes her clothes fall off&rdquo song in my head) This Margarita won&rsquot do that. Ok, now we&rsquore getting weird. I&rsquom just gonna stop while I&rsquom ahead and end on this!

Make this Pomegranate Margarita! I know it will be a hit at your next party or fiesta. The flavors burst in your mouth but it so smooth at the same time. Basically it&rsquos mind blowing.


Pomegranate Margarita Recipe

One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Four &hellip.

And then you can&rsquot remember how to count &hellip because well &hellip you&rsquore on four tequila and that&rsquos a lot of tequila.

This past weekend we had my husbands company Christmas Party. Every year is fun. We usually go to a restaurant to have dinner together, do a gift exchange (which are gifts that Mike&rsquos company buys .. so they are fun!) and then afterwards we&rsquoll head out with a couple of employees to catch a drink and just hang out. It&rsquos a blast.

But last year I mixed my drinks and it turned out no bueno. (that means &ldquono good&rdquo for those of you who don&rsquot speak spanish)

Last year, we went to a nice steak house restaurant and what goes well with steak? Red Wine. So I had two glasses of red wine that night. After dinner and the party we headed out for some cocktails with the other employees. One of the guys ordered tequila shots for the whole table. I was hesitant and even said &hellip &ldquome and tequila don&rsquot do well together.&rdquo But pure pressure gave in, I did the shot and within 10 minutes immediately regretted it. The room felt like it was spinning and it was all I could do to not throw up. We left soon after that so I could lay down &hellip cuz believe me I NEEDED it!

This year a couple of the guys came up to me and said &hellip &ldquook krista, tequila shots.&rdquo It was a HARD no this time and they knew why. They were just doing it to tease me, the little stinkers! Then one of them came up to me and said &hellip &ldquohey krista remember last year &hellip you were done after one shot? haha&rdquo

Yes &hellip yes I remember and I&rsquoll never do it again!

This year I stuck to the wine and it was such a fun night! And most importantly, I felt GREAT &hellip no virtigo or nausea for me. Woohoo!

So what&rsquos the moral of the story? Don&rsquot mix your liquors! It never turns out well. And don&rsquot do tequila shots! Whew!

BUT. If you must drink tequila &hellip do it in a margarita! More specifically this Pomegranate Margarita!

The key to a good margarita is fresh ingredients and quality tequila. BOTH of which this Margarita Recipe has &hellip so get ready for an awesome, delicious, smooth as butter cocktail!

It is filled with fresh squeezed lime juice, orange juice (which added a nice sweetness to it), Grand Marnier, Tequila, agave nectar instead of simple syrup, and pomegranate juice to give a nice red hue. Ahem&hellip did you notice the colors are very festive for this time of year. Red and Green people &hellip it&rsquos like this recipe, Christmas week, and you were meant to be!

The good news is, this is a cocktail you can enjoy all year round! It might look Christmas-y but the flavors are good for any season! Bring on the Margaritas!

Just be careful of the tequila shots! (ok, and now i have that &ldquotequila makes her clothes fall off&rdquo song in my head) This Margarita won&rsquot do that. Ok, now we&rsquore getting weird. I&rsquom just gonna stop while I&rsquom ahead and end on this!

Make this Pomegranate Margarita! I know it will be a hit at your next party or fiesta. The flavors burst in your mouth but it so smooth at the same time. Basically it&rsquos mind blowing.


Pomegranate Margarita Recipe

One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Four &hellip.

And then you can&rsquot remember how to count &hellip because well &hellip you&rsquore on four tequila and that&rsquos a lot of tequila.

This past weekend we had my husbands company Christmas Party. Every year is fun. We usually go to a restaurant to have dinner together, do a gift exchange (which are gifts that Mike&rsquos company buys .. so they are fun!) and then afterwards we&rsquoll head out with a couple of employees to catch a drink and just hang out. It&rsquos a blast.

But last year I mixed my drinks and it turned out no bueno. (that means &ldquono good&rdquo for those of you who don&rsquot speak spanish)

Last year, we went to a nice steak house restaurant and what goes well with steak? Red Wine. So I had two glasses of red wine that night. After dinner and the party we headed out for some cocktails with the other employees. One of the guys ordered tequila shots for the whole table. I was hesitant and even said &hellip &ldquome and tequila don&rsquot do well together.&rdquo But pure pressure gave in, I did the shot and within 10 minutes immediately regretted it. The room felt like it was spinning and it was all I could do to not throw up. We left soon after that so I could lay down &hellip cuz believe me I NEEDED it!

This year a couple of the guys came up to me and said &hellip &ldquook krista, tequila shots.&rdquo It was a HARD no this time and they knew why. They were just doing it to tease me, the little stinkers! Then one of them came up to me and said &hellip &ldquohey krista remember last year &hellip you were done after one shot? haha&rdquo

Yes &hellip yes I remember and I&rsquoll never do it again!

This year I stuck to the wine and it was such a fun night! And most importantly, I felt GREAT &hellip no virtigo or nausea for me. Woohoo!

So what&rsquos the moral of the story? Don&rsquot mix your liquors! It never turns out well. And don&rsquot do tequila shots! Whew!

BUT. If you must drink tequila &hellip do it in a margarita! More specifically this Pomegranate Margarita!

The key to a good margarita is fresh ingredients and quality tequila. BOTH of which this Margarita Recipe has &hellip so get ready for an awesome, delicious, smooth as butter cocktail!

It is filled with fresh squeezed lime juice, orange juice (which added a nice sweetness to it), Grand Marnier, Tequila, agave nectar instead of simple syrup, and pomegranate juice to give a nice red hue. Ahem&hellip did you notice the colors are very festive for this time of year. Red and Green people &hellip it&rsquos like this recipe, Christmas week, and you were meant to be!

The good news is, this is a cocktail you can enjoy all year round! It might look Christmas-y but the flavors are good for any season! Bring on the Margaritas!

Just be careful of the tequila shots! (ok, and now i have that &ldquotequila makes her clothes fall off&rdquo song in my head) This Margarita won&rsquot do that. Ok, now we&rsquore getting weird. I&rsquom just gonna stop while I&rsquom ahead and end on this!

Make this Pomegranate Margarita! I know it will be a hit at your next party or fiesta. The flavors burst in your mouth but it so smooth at the same time. Basically it&rsquos mind blowing.


Pomegranate Margarita Recipe

One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Four &hellip.

And then you can&rsquot remember how to count &hellip because well &hellip you&rsquore on four tequila and that&rsquos a lot of tequila.

This past weekend we had my husbands company Christmas Party. Every year is fun. We usually go to a restaurant to have dinner together, do a gift exchange (which are gifts that Mike&rsquos company buys .. so they are fun!) and then afterwards we&rsquoll head out with a couple of employees to catch a drink and just hang out. It&rsquos a blast.

But last year I mixed my drinks and it turned out no bueno. (that means &ldquono good&rdquo for those of you who don&rsquot speak spanish)

Last year, we went to a nice steak house restaurant and what goes well with steak? Red Wine. So I had two glasses of red wine that night. After dinner and the party we headed out for some cocktails with the other employees. One of the guys ordered tequila shots for the whole table. I was hesitant and even said &hellip &ldquome and tequila don&rsquot do well together.&rdquo But pure pressure gave in, I did the shot and within 10 minutes immediately regretted it. The room felt like it was spinning and it was all I could do to not throw up. We left soon after that so I could lay down &hellip cuz believe me I NEEDED it!

This year a couple of the guys came up to me and said &hellip &ldquook krista, tequila shots.&rdquo It was a HARD no this time and they knew why. They were just doing it to tease me, the little stinkers! Then one of them came up to me and said &hellip &ldquohey krista remember last year &hellip you were done after one shot? haha&rdquo

Yes &hellip yes I remember and I&rsquoll never do it again!

This year I stuck to the wine and it was such a fun night! And most importantly, I felt GREAT &hellip no virtigo or nausea for me. Woohoo!

So what&rsquos the moral of the story? Don&rsquot mix your liquors! It never turns out well. And don&rsquot do tequila shots! Whew!

BUT. If you must drink tequila &hellip do it in a margarita! More specifically this Pomegranate Margarita!

The key to a good margarita is fresh ingredients and quality tequila. BOTH of which this Margarita Recipe has &hellip so get ready for an awesome, delicious, smooth as butter cocktail!

It is filled with fresh squeezed lime juice, orange juice (which added a nice sweetness to it), Grand Marnier, Tequila, agave nectar instead of simple syrup, and pomegranate juice to give a nice red hue. Ahem&hellip did you notice the colors are very festive for this time of year. Red and Green people &hellip it&rsquos like this recipe, Christmas week, and you were meant to be!

The good news is, this is a cocktail you can enjoy all year round! It might look Christmas-y but the flavors are good for any season! Bring on the Margaritas!

Just be careful of the tequila shots! (ok, and now i have that &ldquotequila makes her clothes fall off&rdquo song in my head) This Margarita won&rsquot do that. Ok, now we&rsquore getting weird. I&rsquom just gonna stop while I&rsquom ahead and end on this!

Make this Pomegranate Margarita! I know it will be a hit at your next party or fiesta. The flavors burst in your mouth but it so smooth at the same time. Basically it&rsquos mind blowing.


Pomegranate Margarita Recipe

One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Four &hellip.

And then you can&rsquot remember how to count &hellip because well &hellip you&rsquore on four tequila and that&rsquos a lot of tequila.

This past weekend we had my husbands company Christmas Party. Every year is fun. We usually go to a restaurant to have dinner together, do a gift exchange (which are gifts that Mike&rsquos company buys .. so they are fun!) and then afterwards we&rsquoll head out with a couple of employees to catch a drink and just hang out. It&rsquos a blast.

But last year I mixed my drinks and it turned out no bueno. (that means &ldquono good&rdquo for those of you who don&rsquot speak spanish)

Last year, we went to a nice steak house restaurant and what goes well with steak? Red Wine. So I had two glasses of red wine that night. After dinner and the party we headed out for some cocktails with the other employees. One of the guys ordered tequila shots for the whole table. I was hesitant and even said &hellip &ldquome and tequila don&rsquot do well together.&rdquo But pure pressure gave in, I did the shot and within 10 minutes immediately regretted it. The room felt like it was spinning and it was all I could do to not throw up. We left soon after that so I could lay down &hellip cuz believe me I NEEDED it!

This year a couple of the guys came up to me and said &hellip &ldquook krista, tequila shots.&rdquo It was a HARD no this time and they knew why. They were just doing it to tease me, the little stinkers! Then one of them came up to me and said &hellip &ldquohey krista remember last year &hellip you were done after one shot? haha&rdquo

Yes &hellip yes I remember and I&rsquoll never do it again!

This year I stuck to the wine and it was such a fun night! And most importantly, I felt GREAT &hellip no virtigo or nausea for me. Woohoo!

So what&rsquos the moral of the story? Don&rsquot mix your liquors! It never turns out well. And don&rsquot do tequila shots! Whew!

BUT. If you must drink tequila &hellip do it in a margarita! More specifically this Pomegranate Margarita!

The key to a good margarita is fresh ingredients and quality tequila. BOTH of which this Margarita Recipe has &hellip so get ready for an awesome, delicious, smooth as butter cocktail!

It is filled with fresh squeezed lime juice, orange juice (which added a nice sweetness to it), Grand Marnier, Tequila, agave nectar instead of simple syrup, and pomegranate juice to give a nice red hue. Ahem&hellip did you notice the colors are very festive for this time of year. Red and Green people &hellip it&rsquos like this recipe, Christmas week, and you were meant to be!

The good news is, this is a cocktail you can enjoy all year round! It might look Christmas-y but the flavors are good for any season! Bring on the Margaritas!

Just be careful of the tequila shots! (ok, and now i have that &ldquotequila makes her clothes fall off&rdquo song in my head) This Margarita won&rsquot do that. Ok, now we&rsquore getting weird. I&rsquom just gonna stop while I&rsquom ahead and end on this!

Make this Pomegranate Margarita! I know it will be a hit at your next party or fiesta. The flavors burst in your mouth but it so smooth at the same time. Basically it&rsquos mind blowing.


Pomegranate Margarita Recipe

One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Four &hellip.

And then you can&rsquot remember how to count &hellip because well &hellip you&rsquore on four tequila and that&rsquos a lot of tequila.

This past weekend we had my husbands company Christmas Party. Every year is fun. We usually go to a restaurant to have dinner together, do a gift exchange (which are gifts that Mike&rsquos company buys .. so they are fun!) and then afterwards we&rsquoll head out with a couple of employees to catch a drink and just hang out. It&rsquos a blast.

But last year I mixed my drinks and it turned out no bueno. (that means &ldquono good&rdquo for those of you who don&rsquot speak spanish)

Last year, we went to a nice steak house restaurant and what goes well with steak? Red Wine. So I had two glasses of red wine that night. After dinner and the party we headed out for some cocktails with the other employees. One of the guys ordered tequila shots for the whole table. I was hesitant and even said &hellip &ldquome and tequila don&rsquot do well together.&rdquo But pure pressure gave in, I did the shot and within 10 minutes immediately regretted it. The room felt like it was spinning and it was all I could do to not throw up. We left soon after that so I could lay down &hellip cuz believe me I NEEDED it!

This year a couple of the guys came up to me and said &hellip &ldquook krista, tequila shots.&rdquo It was a HARD no this time and they knew why. They were just doing it to tease me, the little stinkers! Then one of them came up to me and said &hellip &ldquohey krista remember last year &hellip you were done after one shot? haha&rdquo

Yes &hellip yes I remember and I&rsquoll never do it again!

This year I stuck to the wine and it was such a fun night! And most importantly, I felt GREAT &hellip no virtigo or nausea for me. Woohoo!

So what&rsquos the moral of the story? Don&rsquot mix your liquors! It never turns out well. And don&rsquot do tequila shots! Whew!

BUT. If you must drink tequila &hellip do it in a margarita! More specifically this Pomegranate Margarita!

The key to a good margarita is fresh ingredients and quality tequila. BOTH of which this Margarita Recipe has &hellip so get ready for an awesome, delicious, smooth as butter cocktail!

It is filled with fresh squeezed lime juice, orange juice (which added a nice sweetness to it), Grand Marnier, Tequila, agave nectar instead of simple syrup, and pomegranate juice to give a nice red hue. Ahem&hellip did you notice the colors are very festive for this time of year. Red and Green people &hellip it&rsquos like this recipe, Christmas week, and you were meant to be!

The good news is, this is a cocktail you can enjoy all year round! It might look Christmas-y but the flavors are good for any season! Bring on the Margaritas!

Just be careful of the tequila shots! (ok, and now i have that &ldquotequila makes her clothes fall off&rdquo song in my head) This Margarita won&rsquot do that. Ok, now we&rsquore getting weird. I&rsquom just gonna stop while I&rsquom ahead and end on this!

Make this Pomegranate Margarita! I know it will be a hit at your next party or fiesta. The flavors burst in your mouth but it so smooth at the same time. Basically it&rsquos mind blowing.


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