Whether you prefer your margaritas blended or on the rocks, classic or creative (like a green tea, grapefruit, and basil option), we've got a recipe to satisfy your craving. Stock up on tequila and limes, then browse the collection, choose your favorite, and pair it with tortilla chips , guacamole , and salsa .
Spice things up with a jalapeño margarita  with a secret ingredient: celery leaves. Less vegetal tasting and more herbal — similar to parsley — the celery leaves also contribute to its glowingly green color.
This ruby-red strawberry sipper  will treat you right.
Citrus makes an appearance in four forms in this zesty recipe : satsuma juice and zest, lime juice, and orange liqueur.
Like an alcoholic slushy minus the sugar crash, these sweet-tart frozen margaritas  delight, especially when rimmed with salt.
Spiced Apple Margarita
The margarita takes an autumnal turn  when made with apple juice, cinnamon, and star anise.
Green Juice Margarita
Day drinking? You can do no better than a gingery green-juice margarita .
Blueberries and mint add ample fresh flavor  to the classic combination of tequila, lime, and orange liqueur.
Pop Rocks Margarita
Surprise and delight your taste buds with a festive Pop Rocks margarita .
For a pared-down take on the classic margarita recipe, try this tangy sipper  that swaps agave nectar for orange liqueur to let the tequila and lime shine.
Berry Margarita Floats
Part drink, part dessert, these margarita floats  are just the thing to cool off with on a sweltering day.
Pumpkin Spice Margarita
For something unexpectedly cozy, try a pumpkin spice margarita .
Spicy Avocado Margarita
Avocado sounds like a strange addition to a cocktail , until you consider that margaritas are often paired with guacamole and that the fruit itself is mild in flavor.
Spicy Rhubarb Margarita
No, it's not strawberries that give this margarita its pink hue. Instead, it's homemade rhubarb syrup .
This honeydew margarita  is almost like a cocktail-and-agua-fresca hybrid. In other words: very refreshing.
No fresh cranberries are needed to make this variation ; it uses cranberry juice instead, which gives the tequila drink a bittersweet tang and blushing hue.