Raspberry Hibiscus Margarita

hibiscus margarita

It’s Friday and time for a nice cocktail after a long week. I’ve been experimenting in by office/bar again and have came up with a new margarita that I think you’re going to love. My husband said, and I quote “This is the best cocktail I’ve ever had.” So you might want to try this one out!

Raspberry Hibiscus Margarita with lime and salt

I’ve been wanting to experiment with hibiscus and make a cocktail for a few weeks now, but I also wanted to pair it with some additional flavors to really bring out the flavor of the hibiscus besides just triple sec and tequila. So for this margarita, I started out with a high quality tequila, then added some Chambord, a raspberry liqueur. Then I added some Grand Mariner, an orange liqueur and some freshly squeezed lime juice. To finish it off, I added a bit of hibiscus syrup and a hibiscus flower.

close up pink cocktail Raspberry Hibiscus Margarita

These Raspberry Hibiscus Margaritas are a perfect pairing for Old El Paso Chicken Fajitas. You can find Old El Paso Chicken Enchiladas in your grocer’s freezer. They make enchiladas at home even easier. For a complete Mexican meal, add Old El Paso rice and re-fried beans as sides too.

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Yield: Serves 1

Raspberry Hibiscus Margarita

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3 oz Tequila
1 oz orange liqueur
1 oz raspberry liqueur
3/4 oz lime juice
1/4 oz hibiscus syrup
1 hibiscus flower
lime wedges for garnish
margarita or kosher salt to rim glass


Start by moistening the rim of your serving glasses with a lime. Place glass upside down in a bowl of margarita or kosher salt to rim glass with salt. Add ice to glass.

Add tequila, orange liqueur, raspberry liqueur, lime juice and hibiscus syrup to a shaker with ice. Shake well and pour over ice to serve. Garnish with lime wedge and hibiscus flower.

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