Toast to June with an Elite Margarita

Copper Canyon Margarita

A new month, a new season, a new cocktail to celebrate the occasion! It might not be officially summer yet, but June is here with the promise of delivering sun-filled fun times with friends and family.

No matter if you are hosting a BBQ, pool party, dinner, or just want to make a refreshing summer cocktail that everyone will love, we got you covered! A favorite of many when visiting our bar at one of our various locations is the Elite Margarita, and we are not ones to keep a great recipe to ourselves. So keep reading to learn how to make this popular classic at home. However, if you feel like going out instead, stop by Copper Canyon Grill or Stanford Grill for one or any of our delicious cocktails!

Elite Margarita

Stanford Margarita

Ingredients:

1 oz. Milagro Tequila

1/2 oz. Grand Marnier

1/2 oz. Cointreau

Fresh Sour Mix

Lime Wheel

Directions:

Salt the rim of a highball or Margarita glass. Fill it with ice. Build inside the glass – Milagro Tequila, Grand Marnier, and Cointreau. Top with fresh sour mix and garnish with a lime wheel. Stir a bit before taking a sip, and enjoy!

Stanford Cutting Limes

There you have it! Our famous Elite Margarita for you to mix and stir for your friends and family on this, the first weekend of June. Here’s to a great summer season ahead and for even more Margaritas under the sun. Remember that you can join us for bites and cocktails on the outdoor patio of our various locations. We hope to see you soon!

 

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