Stirrings Cocktail Ingredients – A Sweet and Spicy Recipe

Stirrings Cocktail Ingredients – A Sweet and Spicy Recipe

Written and Photos by Jessica Lewandowski

As an adult in her mid-twenties, I like to drink! What can I say? I’m young, and every occasion calls for a celebratory drink(s)(ssss) – if you catch my drift. That is not to say I don’t have good taste, however. I enjoy an expertly crafted cocktail as much as the next person. Ask me to prepare a nice cocktail myself, though, and I’m utterly useless. I am no bartender. Stirrings Cocktail sent me the ingredients needed to make a delicious margarita, and I can confidently say my cocktail-mixing game has significantly improved.

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It is definitely worth it to check out the Stirrings cocktail website. They have a lot of products that go far beyond margarita mixes! There are twelve mixers total to choose from, as well as rimming garnishes (for the fancy home-bartenders), inexpensive gift sets, and bar ingredients (I’m all about the Blood Orange Bitters).

Like I mentioned, I’m utterly useless when it comes to cocktail recipes. I may be a professional pastry chef, but don’t ask me to concoct a drink recipe. Hey, nobody is perfect! Check out the recipe below for Stirrings Cocktail Classic Margarita, which uses the brand’s Margarita Cocktail Mixer and Margarita Rimmer Garnish. The tequila I chose to use was a white tequila I have been infusing with jalapeno. My margarita reflects my personality: a little sweet, a little spicy, and here to leave an impression. Happy drinking, friends!

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Classic Margarita Recipe


2 oz. Stirrings® Simple Margarita Cocktail Mixer

1.5 oz. Don Julio® Tequila or your preferred tequila

Garnish: Stirrings® Margarita Rimmer


First rim your glass with a lime and dip in our Margarita Rimmer.

Combine Stirrings® Simple Margarita Cocktail Mixer tequila and plenty of ice in a shaker.

Shake really well and pour into your rimmed glass!

*You can also make this a Frozen Margarita by putting the ingredients in a blender and blending for about 20 seconds.

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Jessica is an aspiring food writer, an aggressive baker, food blogger and cat enthusiast. She loves Hungarian wine, stinky cheese and carbs slathered in butter and garlic. You can follow her food blog at and on Instagram/Twitter/Youtube @chiknwingqueen

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