Blueberry Margaritas – My New Best Friend
These blueberry margaritas deserve your full attention!
The color. The sweetness. The salt. Everything comes together so well.
I highly recommend you try the drink with a little salt around the rim.
Listen, I’m a no-salt-on-my-margarita-glass-kind-of-woman.
But I gave it a try, and let’s just say I will always take a salt-rimmed glass when I’m drinking these blueberry margaritas.
And let’s talk simple syrup for a bit…
I’m quickly becoming a huge fan of simple syrup and all its variations.
I completely enjoyed simple syrup infused with rosemary in this Rosemary-Lemon Martini. I’ve been reading about infusing with cinnamon, ginger and lavender and can’t wait to experiment with those versions.
Blueberry simple syrup is my most recent discovery. Winner!
I whipped up a batch (it doesn’t take long). I made sure to make extra so I could continue my margarita “research” throughout the week.
The inspiration for this cocktail came from a recipe I found on Food & Wine.
But when I read “muddle” and “strain” in the directions, I thought there has to be a better way.
Well, the blueberry simple syrup is the better way.
It’s especially convenient if you’re making these by the pitcher like we will for our upcoming Cinco De Mayo party.
I hope you and a good friend find these Blueberry Margaritas as tasty as we do!