#WishFarms Blueberry Margarita

Wish Farms Blueberry Margarita

Wish Farms Blueberry Margarita

Today I’m sharing with you my latest inspiration using fresh blueberries from Florida and yellow lemons. Blueberries  are a wonderful fruit for beverages and the tart flavor goes very well with Mexican Margaritas. And nothing better for 5 de mayo than celebrating with  homemade margaritas. This is what you will need…

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 cups of fresh blueberries from Wish Farms
  • 1/2 cup of freshly squeezed yellow lemon juice
  • 1/2 of water
  • 4 teaspoons of sugar on the raw
  • 1/2 cup of tequila blanco
  • Salt and ice

Preparation time: 5 minutes. Makes 4-6 drinks. Approximate cost per person $4.00 depending on ingredients market price. You will need a blender and margarita or martini glasses.

Combine all ingredients with the exception of the salt and the ice  using the blender, until you a smooth watery consistency. Serve in a nice margarita glass with a salted rim.

If you love blueberries best way to keep them fresh long term is to freeze them here a tip from our Wish Farms friends:

In order to keep your berries from clumping together in the freezer we recommend rinsing and allowing to fully dry. Then, place the blueberries on a cookie sheet (or other flat surface) and put them in the freezer until frozen. Once fully frozen, transfer to a freezer bag until you’re ready to eat!

 

This Cinco de Mayo or for any other celebratory occasion enjoy this sweet tart cocktail with your guests, “Viva México”.

 

Blueberry Margarita for 5 de Mayo

Blueberry Margarita for 5 de Mayo

Wish Farms  is a blueberry supplier, marketer, and processor, sourcing the highest quality blueberries from Chile, Argentina and British Columbia.  They also source from US blueberry growers in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Michigan and New Jersey. This post was developed in collaboration with Wish Farms though all opinions are my own.

Please drink responsibly and do not drink and drive.

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Author:Chef Adriana Martin

Adriana Martin is a Latina writer born in Mexico who is specialized in recipe development using fresh and seasonal ingredients. The inspiration behind her recipes is based on the culinary culture of Mexico and influenced by the Mediterranean cuisine and grilling which is one of her passions. Adriana likes to read about the latest trends in cuisine, learn about new cultures, travel the world discovering new ingredients and sharing with famous chefs. She is a wife, friend, step mom, grandmother and animal lover.
  • http://www.flordesalcatering.es Flor de Sal Catering

    Great post, great recipe but superb pics. Thanks

  • Paula Bendfeldt-Diaz

    Not only does this look delicious and the pictures are beautiful, but I could even get away with drinking one of these and saying it’s actually healthy for me! ;) Que delicia!!

    • http://adrianasbestrecipes.com/ Adriana Martin

      Muchas gracias Paula, xoxoxoxo

  • Rocio Chavez

    OMG, blueberry and lemon!! I have to try this one for sure :D