Happy National Margarita Day!!!

Well, today is the day to ignore our gross winter weather (well, got MOST of us at least!!) And pretend that we’re somewhere nicer for a little while!!

Suggested playlist with your tropical get-away

  1. Bob Marley- One Love/People get Ready
  2. Toots and the Maytals- Pressure Drop
  3. Sublime- Summertime
  4. Bob Marley & the Wailers- Could you Be Loved
  5. Bedouin Soundclash- When the Night Feels My Song
  6. The Aggrolites- Free Time
  7. Sublime- Santeria
  8. Bad Manners- Lip Up Fatty
  9. The Mighty, Mighty Bosstones- The Rascal King
  10. Mustard Plug- Mr. Smiley
  11. Bedouin Soundclash- Santa Monica
  12. Staylefish- Green, Balck & Gold
  13. Toth Kay- I’ve Set Sail
  14. Toots & the Maytals- Monkey Man
  15. Street Pharmasy- RSVP
  16. Stalefish- No Ulterior Motives
  17. Slightly Stoopid- Closer to the Sun
  18. The Kingstonians- Sufferer
  19. Byron Lee & The Dragonaries- Express Yourself
  20. Fishbone- Party at Ground Zero
  21. Hep Cat- Dance Wid’ Me
  22. The Pietasters- Girl Take it Easy
  23. Royal Crowl Revue- Beyond the Sea
  24. Hep Cat- No Worries
  25. UB40- Red Red Wine
  26. The Paragons- The Tide is High
  27. Jimmy Cliff- Wonderful World, Beautiful People
  28. Rebel Emergency- Wander Far Away
  29. The Johnstones- Sunny Days
  30. 311- Amber


Alright, got your playlist all ready??

Well, now it’s time to set the MOOD…


And now, the most important thing… THE DRINK!!



  • 3/4 oz Fresh Squeezed Lime Juice
    1 oz Cointreau or other orange liqueur
    1 1/2 oz silver Tequila
    (optional) a squeeze of agave syrup
    Kosher Salt
    wheel of lime for garnish


  1. Rub a wedge of lime around the edge of your glass and spin it in some kosher salt to rim
  2. Fill glass with ice and wheel of lime
  3. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and other ingredients (add the agave syrup if you like a sweeter margarita)
  4. Shake for approximately 20 seconds to chill
  5. Pour into glass
  6. CHEERS!!


25 thoughts on “Happy National Margarita Day!!!

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      1. You have to spend a lot to get a decent anything in Canada! My friend’s husband worked in a tequila factory? In Mexico and he swears good tequila exists

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      2. Oh it definitely does! We usually have to go to the states to find it. Here a bottle of Cabo wabo is about $70. There, I can get it for about $30!! Herradura Tequila is pretty good too but half the time I can’t even FIND it here!!

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