Wednesday, February 3, 2010

DIY Happy Hour: Corona Margaritas

If we were having a Superbowl party (which we aren't, cuz we don't do football), we would probably make our famous Corona Margaritas. They're really more of a summer thing, but we think the beer aspect makes them a great candidate for Superbowl drinks too.

Oh yeah, and they're incredibly easy to make, so you won't be slaving away in the kitchen when you could be watching commercials...

Here's the recipe for 1 batch. Kel and I can polish a batch off by ourselves, no problem, so plan on making 1 batch for every 2-4 people.

What You'll Need:
- 1 can of lime concentrate
- liter of club soda (or Sprite for a sweeter version)
- tequila (cheap kind is fine, just hide the bottle so your guests don't get the wrong idea)
- bottle of Corona
- ice
- salt and limes for garnish

Step 1: empty lime concentrate into a pitcher

Step 2: fill up the empty concentrate can with club soda, add to pitcher

Step 3: repeat with the tequila

Step 4: pour a bottle of Corona into the mix

Step 5: Stir and pour into cups over ice, garnish

Told you it was easy!

And if you think the combo of beer and tequila sounds gross (I did at first), rest assured that we have never met anyone who has tried these and didn't love them/drink way too many of them. Enjoy!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I made these for my superbowl party and they were a huge success, everyone loved them and they were so easy! Keep the DIY drinks coming!

Happy Hour Honeys said...

Glad you liked our margaritas! Check back soon for the recipe for our going-out go-to drink: greyhounds.