Aloe Margarita

Aloe Margarita RecipeI had a lot of fun working on this recipe. It’s really unique. I’ve shared a lot of sweet margaritas here (like watermelon, cranberry orange, peach and coconut).

This recipe is on the less sweet side. Still lightly sweet, but not nearly as much as the others. I’d put it more in line with the cucumber margarita. Light and very fresh!

Plus, you have to give it bonus points for being so pretty, right??

Aloe Margarita Recipe Aloe Margarita, serves one

2 ounces margarita mix
2 ounces tequila blanco
3 ounces aloe juice
squeeze of fresh lime juice

Mix the ingredients and garnish with pink salt and a piece of organic aloe if you want. Serve over ice.

One thing to note! The aloe plant will ooze out aloe juice into your drink. It will be more bitter than the kind you buy at the store. So keep mixing the drink as you drink. If you get a big sip from the bottom of the glass with a straw, you might get straight aloe juice. It’s safe to drink, it’s just not very sweet. 🙂

Aloe Margarita Recipe What do you think?? Do you want to try it??

Aloe Margarita Recipe Hope you guys have an incredible weekend!!!! xoxo! Elsie

Aloe Margarita

Servings 1 serving

Ingredients

  • 2 ounces margarita mix
  • 2 ounces tequila blanco
  • 3 ounces aloe juice
  • squeeze of fresh lime juice

Instructions

  1. Mix the ingredients and garnish with pink salt and a piece of organic aloe if you want. Serve over ice.
  2. One thing to note! The aloe plant will ooze out aloe juice into your drink. It will be more bitter than the kind you buy at the store. So keep mixing the drink as you drink. If you get a big sip from the bottom of the glass with a straw, you might get straight aloe juice. It’s safe to drink, it’s just not very sweet.

Credits//Author and Photography: Elsie Larson. 

  • never heard before about the idea of aloe margarita, i will give it try the idea, hopefully it taste yummy as the pictures. thanks for share the idea

  • Oh My Gosh! I’m definitely giving this a try! Your pictures are beautiful.

  • very interesting!!!
    I love aloe it makes your hair and skin better. <3

    gonna try!

    Jade –
    tinybigmoments.squarespace.com

  • This sounds so interesting! I definitely want to try it!

    Laura
    http://laurelandfern.com/

  • I love Aloe! Pure aloe gel is a great digestive aid and helps the immune system too. It doesn’t taste great, but it’s kind of worth it. I never thought of putting it in a cocktail but I can’t wait to try it!

  • I’ve heard form a work colleague that Aloe is amazing for the treatment of Gout (fun fact of the day there for ya). The cocktail sounds so delicious. Definitely bookmarking this page.

    Amy
    xx

    www.yankified.com

  • I love aloe drinks. But this margarita version looks fantastic!!

    La Luna Vita

  • Have you guys ever tried an avocado margarita? i like this idea too!

  • This sounds very interesting, I really wonder how it tastes! I really like cocktails that are on the less sweet side, so I’ll definitely give this a try!
    https://www.makeandmess.com/

  • It’s also a laxative, a blood thinner, and can throw your blood sugar off if you’re taking medication for diabetes, so I probably wouldn’t plan on guzzling a pitcher of these or anything. :)Though I do love a not so sweet but fun drink!

  • This sounds amazing! I like less sweet cocktails and this sounds like it has such a unique flavor profile.

    Chelsey | www.chelseythornton.com

  • This looks so good! I love aloe juice, so this would be perfectly refreshing for the hot weather (although it’s currently raining oops).
    Thanks for the recipe

  • You ladies are always my favorites, but just a warning that aloe has diuretic properties. Be safe and drink (extra) responsibly!

  • This reminded me of the “Alo” brand drinks. Have you tried them? But unlike this recipe, they are very sweet but I bet you would still love them. Thanks for the unique recipe!

  • I had no idea we could make drinks with aloe! This is perfect x

    Jessica — WS Community

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