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Refreshing Passion Fruit Margarita

By Marley Goldin
on July 6, 2021
5 from 1 vote

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This Passion Fruit Margarita is simple, fresh, and fun—the perfect twist on a classic cocktail to mix up for any occasion.
Two Passion Fruit Margaritas with Flowers

Looking for a fun new way to enjoy your tequila? This Passion Fruit Margarita has all the delicious notes of a classic margarita, plus the addition of tangy passion fruit juice.

This will soon be your go-to marg. Refreshing? Check. Simple? Check. Fun? Check. It doesn’t get much better than a cocktail that only requires 3 ingredients!

Two Cocktails garnished with lime and a salt rim

Passion Fruit Margarita Tips and Tricks



Gather Your Ingredients First

Here’s everything you’ll need:

ice, passion fruit juice, tequila, lime, and salt in cocktail rimmer

Salting Your Rim

This part is optional, but if you want the ultimate margarita experience, it’s highly recommended! It’s simple to do. Just wet the rim of your glass with a lime and then dip it into salt.

You can put the salt on a plate, in a shallow bowl, or easiest of all—use a cocktail rimmer. The salt is such a great contrast to the sweet margarita.

dipping a low ball glass into a salt rimmer

Tested Substitutions

This recipe calls for 2 ounces of tequila blanco. It’s my preference just because it tends to be a tad more citrus-y, which plays well with the fresh lime. That being said, if you prefer reposado, that absolutely plays well with these ingredients, too!

I love using passion fruit juice instead of fresh passion fruit simply because it’s less hassle. Plus, it’s easy to find passion fruit juice that is packaged in a cardboard carton, which means I don’t have to feel guilty about extra plastic waste.

Green tip: Look for tequila in glass bottles and passion fruit juice in cardboard cartons to reduce your contribution to plastic waste.

But if you do wish to use fresh passion fruit, substitute the pulp of the passion fruit for the passion fruit juice in equal amounts.

pouring passion fruit juice into margarita

Sweetening Your Margarita

If you like your margs on the sweeter side, add some sweetener to this recipe!

I love using agave in margaritas because it is such a great tequila accompaniment! However, you can use simple syrup, honey, or even molasses to add a little sweetness here.

Start with 1/2 an ounce, and then add more if need be. You shouldn’t need more than an ounce total.

squeezing lime juice into a margarita

Why You Should Make This Passion Fruit Margarita



  • It’s unique. A fresh new take on a classic.
  • It’s tangy. The addition of passion fruit as a distint tang.
  • It’s citrusy. That fresh lime gives it a kick of citrus.

If you’re loving this Passion Fruit Margarita and are looking for more margaritas, check out this list of Best Margaritas. And for more fun cocktail ideas, check out this list of Mixology Drinks To Try At Home and these Best Sangria Recipes.

Refreshing Passion Fruit Margarita

5 from 1 vote
Recipe by Marley Goldin Course: CocktailCuisine: Mexican
Servings

1

cocktail
Prep time

5

minutes
Cooking time

0

minutes
Total time

5

minutes

This Passion Fruit Margarita is simple, fresh, and fun—the perfect twist on a classic cocktail to mix up for any occasion.

Ingredients

  • 2 ounces (1/4 cup) tequila blanco

  • 2 ounces (1/4 cup) passionfruit juice

  • 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) lime juice—juice of 1 lime

  • salt for rim (optional)

Directions

  • Wet the rim of your cocktail glass by rubbing half of a lime on the rim in a circular motion a couple of times around.
  • Add salt to a shallow bowl, plate, or cocktail rimmer and dip the wet rim into the salt. This step is optional, but highly recommended!
  • Add ice, tequila, and passion fruit juice to your cup and finish off with lime juice.
  • Stir and enjoy cold.

Pro Tips

  • If you like your margs on the sweeter side, try adding 1/2 ounce agave nextar to this!
  • I love Blanco Tequila in this recipe, but if you prefer Repasado, that totally works, too!
  • Using fresh lime goes a long way in this recipe!

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