These Strawberry Champagne Margaritas are the last word summer season cocktail! Refreshing, bubbly, and bursting with candy strawberry taste, this fizzy drink is ideal for sipping on a scorching day. Who knew tequila and champagne might go so nicely collectively? 

A refreshing strawberry cocktail garnished with lime, served on a coaster with fresh strawberries around it.

There’s nothing like an excellent margarita, whether or not it’s Cinco de Mayo or your common Wednesday evening. However guys — this strawberry champagne margarita? Whoa. I by no means knew I wanted a candy and bubbly model of my favourite cocktail, however now there’s no going again.​ When you’re having a cocktail at my home, that is what we’ll be serving all summer season lengthy 🤩

To high all of it off, this cocktail is so easy to make. Simply muddle the strawberries, shake your margarita combine in a cocktail shaker with some ice, pour, high with a splash of champagne, and sip sip! Each hour is pleased hour with this strawberry champagne margarita recipe.

What You Have to Make Strawberry Champagne Margaritas

  • Recent strawberries:  Use ripe, juicy strawberries for one of the best taste.
  • Tequila: We advocate utilizing silver or blanco tequila for this recipe.
  • Recent lime juice: Lime juice provides the right tanginess to steadiness out the sweetness of the strawberries and champagne.
  • Champagne: Any kind of champagne will work on this recipe. Select your fave!
  • Non-compulsory elements: Be happy so as to add triple sec or agave syrup to your cocktail for added sweetness.
  • Muddler: You’ll want a muddler to muddle the strawberries right into a puree.
  • Cocktail shaker: A cocktail shaker makes it straightforward to combine and chill your elements for optimum taste.
Pouring liquid into an ice cube tray filled with diced strawberries.

What can I exploit as an alternative of champagne?

Don’t have any champagne? Prosecco or a white glowing wine will work, too. 

Can I flip this right into a frozen margarita?

Wish to make it a frozen drink? Mix your margarita combination with ice for a slushy model.

I prefer it spicy, can I add jalapeños?

Or, if you wish to add some warmth, muddle in some jalapeño slices for a spicy kick. YUM.

Pouring a beverage into a glass rimmed with sugar, accompanied by fresh strawberries.Pouring a beverage into a glass rimmed with sugar, accompanied by fresh strawberries.


Which champagne goes nicely with strawberries?

We propose utilizing demi-sec for this cocktail. Its candy style pairs completely with the strawberries and tequila.

Can I make this margarita forward of time?

Sure, you possibly can! Make a big batch of the margarita combination (with out including champagne) and retailer it within the fridge. When able to serve, add champagne to every particular person glass for optimum bubbly goodness. 

Can I exploit frozen strawberries?

Sure, you should use frozen strawberries for this recipe. Simply allow them to thaw earlier than muddling and utilizing within the cocktail. 

Pouring a drink into a strawberry cocktail garnished with a lime slice.Pouring a drink into a strawberry cocktail garnished with a lime slice.

Methods to Retailer Leftover Margarita Combine

You probably have any leftover margarita combine, retailer it in a sealed container within the fridge for as much as 2 days. Add champagne when able to serve.

A refreshing strawberry cocktail garnished with a lime slice and served over ice.A refreshing strawberry cocktail garnished with a lime slice and served over ice.

What to Serve with Strawberry Champagne Margaritas

These margaritas are excellent for pairing with all of your favourite Mexican-inspired dishes, comparable to these Rooster Tinga Tacos, Fajita Nachos, and Wholesome Candy Potato Rooster Enchiladas

In addition they go nicely with gentle and recent summer season salads like our Inexperienced Goddess Quinoa Salad and Grilled Caesar Salad with Grilled Croutons or grilled seafood like this Grilled Salmon.

Pictures: pictures taken on this publish are by Erin from The Wood Skillet.