Sunset Margarita


Get ready to unwind with the Sunset Margarita, a twist on the classic that’s as stunning as it is delicious. This cocktail layers the smooth taste of tequila with the bright, citrusy pop of lime juice and the sweet touch of agave syrup. A splash of triple sec adds a bit of zest, perfectly complementing the other flavors. What makes the Sunset Margarita truly stand out is its finish of port wine, which is gently poured over the cocktail creating a beautiful, sunset-like gradient in the glass. This not only infuses the drink with a rich, fruity depth but also crowns it with a gorgeous hue that mirrors the evening sky. Perfect for sipping as the sun goes down, this cocktail is more than just a drink—it’s a moment to savor. Vibrant and bold, the Sunset Margarita is a celebration of all the flavors we love, artfully combined into one masterful creation. Here’s to evenings that are as memorable as they are tasty!


<rt-ingr>6 cl Tequila<rt-ingr>

<rt-ingr>3 cl Triple sec<rt-ingr>

<rt-ingr>3 cl Lime juice<rt-ingr>

<rt-ingr>1.5 cl Agave syrup<rt-ingr>

<rt-ingr>1 cl Port wine<rt-ingr>

<rt-ingr>Salt for the rim<rt-ingr>

Editor’s Note

<rt-ingr>2 oz Tequila<rt-ingr>

<rt-ingr>1 oz Triple sec<rt-ingr>

<rt-ingr>1 oz Lime juice<rt-ingr>

<rt-ingr>1/2 oz Agave syrup<rt-ingr>

<rt-ingr>1/4 oz Port wine<rt-ingr>

<rt-ingr>Salt for the rim<rt-ingr>

Editor’s Note


Step 1

In a shaker, combine the tequila, triple sec, lime juice, and agave syrup.

Step 2

Add ice and shake.

Step 3

Double strain into tumbler glass.

Step 4

Slowly pour the port wine directly into the center of the drink in the glass. The density of the port wine will allow it to sink and settle at the bottom, creating a vibrant sunset effect.

Step 5

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Glass & Garnish

Serve in an ice-cold tumbler glass over a large ice cube. Create a thick salt stripe along the side of the glass. Enjoy responsibly
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