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Five ways with Ms Sans Margarita

The Margarita is one of the world's most popular cocktails, and now, with the launch of our very own pre-mixed Ms Sans Margarita, you can enjoy them, fuss free, any time you like.

While it's world-famous, no one actually knows who invented the Margarita. There are some good theories though. Top of the list is that it was first made by Mexican restaurant owner Carlos (Danny) Herrera, back in 1938. 

According to the story, Danny was inspired to make the drink by the stunning Ziegfeld showgirl Marjorie King, who was allergic to all alcohol except tequila. Marjorie didn't like to drink tequila straight though, so Danny solved the problem by adding salt and lime. And so the Margarita was born. Hallelujah! 

Margarita mocktails also happen to be a personal favourite, so when I set about making Ms Sans, my own range of non-alcoholic cocktails, Margarita was at the top of my list.  Made with handpicked ingredients such as lime, orange syrup and Australian salt, along with our premium non -alcoholic tequila, Ms Sans Margarita is unlike anything else on the market. 

I hope that you will love it as much as I do. Here are five, drama-free recipes to get you started. 

1. Straight up! 

The absolute beauty of Ms Sans mocktails is that they come ready to drink. We've added a premium non-alcoholic spirit for you, so all you need to do is shake and pour. 

Of course, if you are going for the simplest option, Ms Sans is best served chilled. In the case of the Ms Sans Margarita, I would suggest adding to a cocktail shaker along with ice and then straining into a salt-rimmed coupe or martini glass. Garnish with a lime wheel. 

Get the recipe: Ms Sans Margarita Mocktail

2. Spice it up 

Make it spicy with jalapeno coins

 

If you like a margarita with a bit of a kick then this one's for you. The spicy margarita is one of the most popular and enduring margarita mocktail variations in the world and this one is probably the easiest to make. 

As well as your Ms Sans Margarita, you'll need a cocktail shaker and some fresh jalapenos. Start by muddling 2 jalapeno coins (remove the seeds) in your shaker, add a handful of ice along with the Ms Sans Margarita mix and shake vigorously. Strain into a tumbler and, if you are game, add a third (or fourth) jalapeno coin as a garnish. 

Get the recipe: Ms Sans Spicy Margarita Mocktail

3. Putting on the spritz 

I mean, who doesn't love a champagne mocktail? I find that adding a generous splash of a good quality non-alcoholic wine is an easy way to fancy up your drink. 

To really make your margarita spritz sing, I recommend serving in a salt-rimmed champagne flute. Don't worry too much about the measurements, the beauty of using Ms Sans Margarita mix is that you can make your mocktails taste, exactly as you like them.

Add your margarita mix to your glass first and then carefully top up with chilled non-alcoholic sparkling. My personal pick is Thomson & Scott Noughty. Garnish with a lime wheel. 

Get the recipe: Ms Sans Margarita Champagne Mocktail 

4. Let it go, Frozen margarita 

Blend Ms Sans Margarita with ice for the perfect alcohol free frozen margarita

It's essentially a very grown-up slushy, but when the mercury rises, it's a fabulous way to cool down.  

The Frozen Margarita has been popular since the 1950s (when blenders became mainstream) but really came into its own when in 1971 when Dallas restaurateur Mariano Martinez invented the Frozen Margarita Machine.

You don't need a Frozen Margarita machine to make this one, but you will need a blender that can handle ice. Blend your Ms Sans Margarita mix with a good cup full of ice and then pour straight into a salt-rimmed martini glass and garnish with a lemon wheel. 

Get the recipe: Ms Sans Frozen Margarita Mocktail

5. Make it pink! 

Add alcohol free Campari to Ms Sans Margarita to make it pink

A pink twist on the classic margarita, this one incorporates a generous splash of the Italian aperitif Campari. There are plenty of non-alcoholic Campari alternatives to use in this Instagram-worthy mocktail. 

While traditionally used in gin-based drinks such as Negroni, this bittersweet non-alcoholic liqueur pairs beautifully with the non-alcoholic tequila that's already in the Ms Sans Margarita mix.

Add your Ms Sans mix to a cocktail shaker, along with a handful of ice, and a splash of an alcohol-free Campari such as ruby red Lyre's Italian Orange. Shake well and then strain into a salt-rimmed old-fashioned glass. Garnish with a slice of orange. 

A further twist on this one - chuck into the blender and make yourself a Pink Frozen Margarita. 

Get the recipe: Ms Sans Campari Margarita Mocktail
 

Essentials 

Get everything you need right here at Sans Drinks. 

Ms Sans Margarita 

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Monday Distillery Garnish - Lime

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Thomson & Scott Noughty

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Lyre's Italian Orange

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Sunnylife Luxe Bar Set

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Clinq Copper Cocktail Shaker

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Clinq Coupe Glasses

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Clinq Martini Glasses

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While it's world-famous, no one actually knows who invented the Margarita. There are some good theories though. Top of the list is that it was first made by Mexican restaurant owner Carlos (Danny) Herrera, back in 1938. 

According to the story, Danny was inspired to make the drink by the stunning Ziegfeld showgirl Marjorie King, who was allergic to all alcohol except tequila. Marjorie didn't like to drink tequila straight though, so Danny solved the problem by adding salt and lime. And so the Margarita was born. Hallelujah! 

Margarita mocktails also happen to be a personal favourite, so when I set about making Ms Sans, my own range of non-alcoholic cocktails, Margarita was at the top of my list.  Made with handpicked ingredients such as lime, orange syrup and Australian salt, along with our premium non -alcoholic tequila, Ms Sans Margarita is unlike anything else on the market. 

I hope that you will love it as much as I do. Here are five, drama-free recipes to get you started. 

1. Straight up! 

The absolute beauty of Ms Sans mocktails is that they come ready to drink. We've added a premium non-alcoholic spirit for you, so all you need to do is shake and pour. 

Of course, if you are going for the simplest option, Ms Sans is best served chilled. In the case of the Ms Sans Margarita, I would suggest adding to a cocktail shaker along with ice and then straining into a salt-rimmed coupe or martini glass. Garnish with a lime wheel. 

Get the recipe: Ms Sans Margarita Mocktail

2. Spice it up 

Make it spicy with jalapeno coins

 

If you like a margarita with a bit of a kick then this one's for you. The spicy margarita is one of the most popular and enduring margarita mocktail variations in the world and this one is probably the easiest to make. 

As well as your Ms Sans Margarita, you'll need a cocktail shaker and some fresh jalapenos. Start by muddling 2 jalapeno coins (remove the seeds) in your shaker, add a handful of ice along with the Ms Sans Margarita mix and shake vigorously. Strain into a tumbler and, if you are game, add a third (or fourth) jalapeno coin as a garnish. 

Get the recipe: Ms Sans Spicy Margarita Mocktail

3. Putting on the spritz 

I mean, who doesn't love a champagne mocktail? I find that adding a generous splash of a good quality non-alcoholic wine is an easy way to fancy up your drink. 

To really make your margarita spritz sing, I recommend serving in a salt-rimmed champagne flute. Don't worry too much about the measurements, the beauty of using Ms Sans Margarita mix is that you can make your mocktails taste, exactly as you like them.

Add your margarita mix to your glass first and then carefully top up with chilled non-alcoholic sparkling. My personal pick is Thomson & Scott Noughty. Garnish with a lime wheel. 

Get the recipe: Ms Sans Margarita Champagne Mocktail 

4. Let it go, Frozen margarita 

Blend Ms Sans Margarita with ice for the perfect alcohol free frozen margarita

It's essentially a very grown-up slushy, but when the mercury rises, it's a fabulous way to cool down.  

The Frozen Margarita has been popular since the 1950s (when blenders became mainstream) but really came into its own when in 1971 when Dallas restaurateur Mariano Martinez invented the Frozen Margarita Machine.

You don't need a Frozen Margarita machine to make this one, but you will need a blender that can handle ice. Blend your Ms Sans Margarita mix with a good cup full of ice and then pour straight into a salt-rimmed martini glass and garnish with a lemon wheel. 

Get the recipe: Ms Sans Frozen Margarita Mocktail

5. Make it pink! 

Add alcohol free Campari to Ms Sans Margarita to make it pink

A pink twist on the classic margarita, this one incorporates a generous splash of the Italian aperitif Campari. There are plenty of non-alcoholic Campari alternatives to use in this Instagram-worthy mocktail. 

While traditionally used in gin-based drinks such as Negroni, this bittersweet non-alcoholic liqueur pairs beautifully with the non-alcoholic tequila that's already in the Ms Sans Margarita mix.

Add your Ms Sans mix to a cocktail shaker, along with a handful of ice, and a splash of an alcohol-free Campari such as ruby red Lyre's Italian Orange. Shake well and then strain into a salt-rimmed old-fashioned glass. Garnish with a slice of orange. 

A further twist on this one - chuck into the blender and make yourself a Pink Frozen Margarita. 

Get the recipe: Ms Sans Campari Margarita Mocktail
 

Essentials 

Get everything you need right here at Sans Drinks. 

Ms Sans Margarita 

Monday Distillery Garnish - Lime

 

Thomson & Scott Noughty

Lyre's Italian Orange

Sunnylife Luxe Bar Set

 

Clinq Copper Cocktail Shaker

 

Clinq Coupe Glasses

Clinq Martini Glasses

 

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