National Margarita Day is celebrated every year on February 22nd, and is the one designated day of the year to celebrate this beloved cocktail, although not the only day of the year to enjoy a margarita! Frozen, on the rocks, with a salted rim or without, the margarita has become the drink of choice for many around the world for Happy Hour, a night out with friends or an evening spent at home. No matter where you end up on National Margarita Day, be sure to enjoy a refreshing margarita!

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By adding a little pink sea salt on the rim and including a tangerine juice, it’ll almost make this margarita illuminate!

2 parts Tres Agaves Blanco Tequila

2 part Fresh Squeezed Tangerine Juice

1 part Fresh Squeezed Lime Juice

Rim glass with pink sea salt. Shake all ingredients together; double strain and serve straight-up in a martini or coupe glass. Garnish with tangerine twist.

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Habanero Hell Fire

When whipping up this margarita, the “holiday” is bound to get a little caliente.

2 parts Tres Agaves Reposado Tequila

2 parts Pear Puree

2 dashes Habanero Bitters

1 part Tres Agaves Agave Nectar

Seeds of 1 Jalapeno pepper, muddled

Rim glass with black pepper and salt. Then muddle seeds of Jalapeno pepper in pre-rimmed margarita glass. Pour remaining ingredients in glass, top off with ice and stir.

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Ginger con Hielo

Not a fan of margarita on the rocks? Forget the ice– freeze your margarita mix instead!

Tres Agaves Margarita Mix (to fill ice cube tray)

¼ parts Triple Sec

Candied Ginger

2 parts Tres Agaves Reposado Tequila

For the ice cube, mix together Triple Sec and Margarita Mix. Pour into king ice-cube tray and place piece of candied ginger in liquid. Freeze overnight. For preparing the cocktail, pour two parts of Reposado tequila over large ice cube in rocks glass. Garnish with lime twist.