Evening team, who’s thirsty? It’s coconut margarita tiiiimmmmeeeee!
Let’s settle into the weekend with a beverage, yes? There’s no better way to kick off sharing the recipes from the recent Suger News subscriber freebie than with a coconut margarita. It’s light, it’s refreshing and it’s part of my attempts to reclaim summer as we suffer (miserably, with zero patience as usual) through the coldest day of the year. I say this as someone with zero tolerance for milky booze. Still good. Still worth a quick shake.
It’s all part of my plan to get more posts on the blog more regularly again. I take all these photos for Instagram and forget that the recipes and stuff would be just as useful here in the ‘food + drink’ portion of the website. I recently took some photos at a local cafe I love to visit too, so keep an eye out for the blog post soon. What’s a lifestyle blog without some lifestyle content, right?
If you’re ready, let’s go!
1 Lime, sliced/wedges
60ml Coconut milk
30ml Triple sec
1/2 cup Coconut water
Now, don’t knock this one until you try it. I’m not that into creamy, which is why I swapped out the coconut cream for coconut water. Place ice in your glass to chill, add the other ingredients (squeeze one wedge of lime, the rest are to serve) into a shaker. SHAKE! Pour over the ice, repeat per glass you are serving. This baby has some kick. Feel free to scale back the quantity of tequila, by half. Mr Suger did. Sook. Haha.
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Chief Blogger at Suger Coat It; An Australian lifestyle blog for women who work for themselves. Melissa is a social media consultant & lover of stripes. Most weekends you’ll find her at the beach or home on the veranda kicking back. Around here, they call her Suger. Feel free to do the same.