Coconut Grapefruit Margaritas #drinks #cocktails

Coconut Grapefruit Margaritas #drinks #cocktails

There's nothing precisely amiss with a plain ol' lime margarita, however hi – when you can make it progressively fun – do it! Additionally, this is a straightforward formula and you know how I like to give you simple engaging thoughts!

I use "cream of coconut" in this formula which you can discover in most supermarkets close to the mixed drink blenders. It's a sweet coconut season (regularly utilized when making pina coladas) that adjusts the tart grapefruit great! You could try different things with coconut water, coconut milks, and so forth.

I simply observe this cream of coconut to be the ideal expansion! Since the cream of coconut is thick, I blend the majority of this in the blender so I can simply beat it for a couple of moments and consolidate the cream of coconut so it's completely mixed. You could unquestionably include ice and make solidified coconut grapefruit margaritas.

I utilized huge chipped coconut (my neighborhood Fresh Market had them pressed as "coconut chips") as a trimming. Prep these coconut grapefruit margaritas early in case you're hosting a gathering. Simply blend it up pitcher-size and keep refrigerated for a couple of hours. They're ideal for Cinco de Mayo or honestly any sort of gathering! Since they're a pale pink, I happen to believe they're entirely fitting for pre-wedding parties, single girl parties, young ladies evenings, and so forth!

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Coconut Grapefruit Margaritas #drinks #cocktails

Coconut Grapefruit Margaritas - An invigorating turn on an exemplary margarita!


  • 4 ounces ruby red grapefruit juice
  • 1 1/2 ounces lime juice
  • 1 1/2 ounces silver tequila
  • 1 tablespoon cream of coconut
  • 1 ounce triple sec or Grand Marnier
  • salt or sugar for rim


  1. Rub a slice of lime around the rim of your glasses and dip in salt or sugar. Combine grapefruit juice, lime juice, tequila, cream of coconut, and triple sec in blender. Pulse for 10-15 seconds or until throughly combined. Pour over ice and enjoy!

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