Happy National Margarita Day! I love all of these fun and sometimes quirky “national” holidays that keep popping up. While some of them might be a little different, most of them are a great excuse to treat yourself and splurge a little during our day to day life so I love learning about new national holidays and indulging on things like donuts and wine! Since today is National Margarita Day, I’m sharing a little treat that you can enjoy after work tonight if you don’t have any plans yet.
Last summer I shared my obsession for moscow mules and how to make the perfect moscow mule – during my photoshoot for the post, I realized how much I love sharing little insights and tips into entertaining. Even though it’s not hanging wall decor and picking out new bedding, styling a bar cart for a party, or sharing my NYE entertaining essentials is a fun twist to the design and decor world. So to keep with the pattern of sharing posts that I love, I’m sharing a yummy recipe for Champagne Margaritas I found here for National Margarita Day. It’s super easy to make and it is guaranteed to pair well with chips and queso.
How to // Makes 2 drinks
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Step 4: Garnish with a lime wedge and enjoy!