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Who doesn’t need a good Christmas margarita? I say we all do.

Now. Let’s start a few weeks early!

So a few years ago I made this which I LOVE. But, it’s coconut. It’s made with coconut milk and not very flavor appropriate for the season unless you’re on the beach. Or just want to pretend you’re on the beach.

You guys love them though, so I wanted to make another version. Albeit a slightly more seasonally appropriate one. Flavor wise, of course.

I used white cranberry juice! I mean, I haven’t had this stuff in years. I never really even liked juice when I was growing up, but I’m pretty sure my mom bought this once or twice. Or we had it at a party.

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Not only does it make the flavor more Christmas-like, it is SO delicious mixed with the tequila and the Grand Marnier. In fact, it would probably be a lovely cocktail with just Grand Marnier. Orange and cranberry for the win.

I know that margaritas aren’t technically a morning drink , so if you’re looking for a Christmas morning or brunch cocktail, last year I made these . And in the next week or so, I’ll have one more brunch-like cocktail for your present-opening, cinnamon roll-eating, hopefully snowy morning.

The flavors are so fantastic in this cocktail that you could easily make them year round with any cranberry juice. I find that the white cranberry juice is a bit sweeter so if you want these to be red and festive in another way, you could use regular cranberry juice too.

And FYI, I use the rosemary a garnish only. If you seriously love it, you could let it steep in the marg and use that flavor, but I just like it to look like a little sprig of pine. I don’t want a rosemary margarita, no thanks.

At least not yet. Let’s see what 2018 brings.

Mistletoe Margaritas.

These also make an excellent late night present-wrapping cocktail. While watching The Holiday. Just sayin.’

- 2 ounces white cranberry juice

- 2 ounces freshly squeezed lime juice

- fresh cranberries for garnish

- Rim each glass with a lime wedge and dip in the coarse salt. Fill each glass with ice.

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- In a cocktail shaker, add the grand marnier, tequila, cranberry juice, lime juice and syrup and shake for 30 to 60 seconds. pour over the ice. Garnish with extra limes and fresh cranberries! Throw in a sprig of rosemary if you wish.

- Stir together the water and sugar in a saucepan over medium heat. Whisk until the sugar dissolves and bring the mixture to a simmer. Remove from the heat and let it cool to room temperature.

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These look delish! They are definitely going on the nice list this year.

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These look delicious – I love the idea of tequila at Christmas! You always see dark liquors or cream-based drinks, but this actually sounds refreshing!

But also – THOSE GLASSES. I’m a little obsessed with those bad boys. Thoughts on where to find them??

they are these glasses, but unfortunately are sold out at the moment! i think anthro usually has them though, so check back!

I came here just to ask the same question! It’s probably equal parts how awesome the glasses are and how beautiful the drinks look in them. I MUST have them!

I thought the exact same thing. Those glasses!!! So sad they’re no longer available.

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I will be making these on Christmas day! I completely forgot about white cranberry juice. Love that you used it. I personally don’t like when people mix cranberry juice with orange juice – what a terrible color it makes!!! Thank you!

These look amazing! What a tasty way to celebrate Christmas! :)

Making these would be the ONLY way to get hubs to watch The Holiday with me again. He is over my “but you like Jack Black” line. HA

Has anyone made this for a party to serve out of a beverage dispenser? Serving a party of 25-30 adults. Suggestions on what ratios to use? Thank you!

Did you figure this out? Looking to make it for a party as well.

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I would love the amounts to make a pitcher has anyone figured that out?

Multiply everything by 20 and you will have enough.

Multiply everything by 20 and you will have enough.

What dis I miss? Do you pour in the simple syrup over the 1st ingredients in the glass?

I can’t find white cranberry juice! Have you made this with regular cranberry juice?

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Did you try with red cranberry juice?

Just made this. Yum! Didn’t have Grand Mariner used Triple Sec. Next time I’ll use it but it was delicious.

These look uh-mazing!! If I want to make a batch for a Christmas party do I just multiply ingredients by however many people? Does this work well?

I used pink cranberry juice because I couldn’t find white, but it is delicious!

I never review or rate anything but I had to this time!!! These were a hit! They look so festive and pretty and taste amazing!!! Guys and gals enjoyed!!! Thanks for sharing!

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Enjoying this tasty cocktail right now. Make it you won’t be disappointed.

Just made these tonight!!! Epic!!! Thank you! I could not find white cranberry juice – I used pink cranberry juice. Sooo yummy!!!!!!

These are so festive and pretty! Can I make any of this ahead of time?

Thanks for sharing! The flavor combination are so interesting! I am excited to try it!

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Who doesn’t need a good Christmas margarita? I say we all do.

Now. Let’s start a few weeks early!

So a few years ago I made this which I LOVE. But, it’s coconut. It’s made with coconut milk and not very flavor appropriate for the season unless you’re on the beach. Or just want to pretend you’re on the beach.

Mistletoe Margaritas.

You guys love them though, so I wanted to make another version. Albeit a slightly more seasonally appropriate one. Flavor wise, of course.

I used white cranberry juice! I mean, I haven’t had this stuff in years. I never really even liked juice when I was growing up, but I’m pretty sure my mom bought this once or twice. Or we had it at a party.

Not only does it make the flavor more Christmas-like, it is SO delicious mixed with the tequila and the Grand Marnier. In fact, it would probably be a lovely cocktail with just Grand Marnier. Orange and cranberry for the win.

I know that margaritas aren’t technically a morning drink , so if you’re looking for a Christmas morning or brunch cocktail, last year I made these . And in the next week or so, I’ll have one more brunch-like cocktail for your present-opening, cinnamon roll-eating, hopefully snowy morning.

The flavors are so fantastic in this cocktail that you could easily make them year round with any cranberry juice. I find that the white cranberry juice is a bit sweeter so if you want these to be red and festive in another way, you could use regular cranberry juice too.

Mistletoe Margaritas.

And FYI, I use the rosemary a garnish only. If you seriously love it, you could let it steep in the marg and use that flavor, but I just like it to look like a little sprig of pine. I don’t want a rosemary margarita, no thanks.

At least not yet. Let’s see what 2018 brings.

These also make an excellent late night present-wrapping cocktail. While watching The Holiday. Just sayin.’

- 2 ounces white cranberry juice

- 2 ounces freshly squeezed lime juice

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