Cinco De Mayo Cocktails

cinco de mayo cocktails

It’s not just about the snacks for Cinco De Mayo. Add more flavor to your fiesta with fun cocktails. From the ultimate margarita to Mexican rice milk and lime-forward cocktails, these Cinco De Mayo cocktails will spice up your celebration and add a splash of fun to the day.

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Bonnie’s: The Ultimate Blue Ribbon Margarita

“This is the best margarita you will ever drink! It took a while to fine-tune this recipe, but when you taste it, you will see why I call it The Ultimate Margarita.” – Bonnie
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Mexican Rice Milk, Horchata Mexicana

“This rice drink is both refreshing and delicious. It is made with rice, almonds, cinnamon, water, sugar, and vanilla.” – Juliann
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Cucumber, Mint and Lime Refreshers

“I don’t post a lot of drink recipes but this summer I have been enjoying a lot of different drinks using plenty of fresh produce like this cucumber, mint, and lime refresher!” – Kevin
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Pina Colada Slush

“If you’re having a cookout or a party this summer, greet your guests with a tall, cool drink! Having a bucket of slush prepared is a very easy (and economical) way to serve cocktails.” – Family Favorites
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Mango Key Lime Margaritas

“Have you ever had a margarita made in an ice cream maker? Well, I am here to tell you that you won’t want them any other way. Freezing these frosty beverages like this makes them slushy perfection.” – Debbie
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Top Shelf Margaritas

“We love these margaritas, they are made with premium liquor and are not too tart. Careful, they do not taste strong, but are.” – Jenny
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Strawberry Lime Slush

“If you love tangy and sweet strawberries this is for you! This is an adult strawberry limeade slush recipe but can also be made without the alcohol. Make a pitcher of these and watch them disappear.” – A
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Sue’s Italian Margaritas

“If you love margarita’s I am sure you and your friends will enjoy this recipe. My husband and I have margarita nights when we will invite a friend or two. One batch is not enough so I usually will double it.” – Susan