June 04, 2019 1 min read

Rose Margarita Recipe

According to William Shakespeare, "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet." Well Billy S clearly never met a little friend we call tequila, because mixing rose with it makes everything sweeter. If you're looking for a unique take on the classic margarita, this rose margarita recipe is here for you.


Video Details:
  • Get the glassware here
  • Get the measuring cups here
  • Get the measuring spoons here
  • Get the cocktail shaker here

Rose Margarita Recipe (makes two margaritas):

  • 3 oz tequila
  • 1.5 oz cointreau
  • 1.5 oz lemonade
  • 1 tablespoon lavender syrup, plus more for rimming glasses
  • .5 teaspoon rose water
  • Edible rose petals for garnish - I used this kind
  • Ice
  1. Start by rimming your glasses. Pour a little bit of the lavender syrup on a plate or shallow bowl and dip the rim of the glass in it. Then dip the rim straight into a bowl of the edible rose petals. You could also be a little less of a basic female and use salt like a classic margarita. You do you, boo!
  2. Add ice, the tequila, cointreau, rose water, lemonade and lavender syrup to a cocktail shaker. For the rosewater, start with a tiny amount and taste until it's as rosy as you want it. I think less is more.
  3. Add ice to your glasses and pour the margarita mixture on in.


Cheers, babycakes!
Recipe adapted from Diaries of a Debutante

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