Recipe: 3 Ways to Enjoy a Classic Margarita

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Did you know there was such a thing as National Margarita Day? Well, there is, apparently. But if you think you need a better reason than that to whip one up before Cinco de Mayo… here it is: You can use it to toast our first president, George Washington. After all, February 22 is his birthday!

Are your taste buds watering for this classic lime-flavored drink on ice? Even if you just like the classic Jimmy Buffett song that pays homage to it, SpouseLink has some tips to help you make this favorite, refreshing recipe. Check it out below along with our other margarita-related references that will help you begin your celebration. Cheers!

DIY: Make It and Shake It

A classic margarita starts with 100% blue agave tequila… and ends with a little salt and a slice of lime. Put your bar accessories to good use with this spirited recipe.

LISTEN: The Song That Made the Drink a “Ville”

“Margaritaville” is a song that’s as classic as the drink. And it’s just as unforgettable, once you’ve let it seep into your brain.

TRAVEL: Is Drinking a Margarita Not Enough for You?

TheTimTracker captures the wistful spirit of a margarita, taking you on a tour of Margaritaville in Orlando, FL. Or, you can always visit the original Margaritaville in Key West.

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