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To make margaritas, all you need are a few simple ingredients: high-quality tequila, fresh lime juice, and a citrus sweetener like triple sec, Cointreau, Grand Marnier, or even just a little agave syrup. Combine, shake and pour, it’s as easy as that. But, when you don’t have the right ingredients or the time to whip up a drink, a good margarita mixer can be incredibly helpful. There is a wide variety to choose from, and many are made with natural ingredients. Each has a distinctive flavor profile, from sour to spicy to fruity, offering something for every palate. Here are the best margarita mixes that are both delicious and affordable.
Best Overall: Tres Agaves Organic
Tres Agaves ticks all the right boxes for what you're looking for in a margarita mixer. It’s not overly complicated, as it's made with just four organic ingredients: agave nectar, lime juice, filtered water and vitamin C. Plus, the mixer is shelf-stable and has only 68 calories per serving. Give this mixer a try using some of the brand's blanco, or any tequila you prefer.
Best Spicy: Hella Cocktail Co. Habanero Margarita
To add a spicy kick to your margarita, consider using Hella Cocktail Co.’s habanero-infused mixer. No fructose, artificial colors or flavors are included here—just fresh lime juice, sugar and real habanero peppers. This vegan and gluten-free mixer is not overly sweet and provides a nice balance of citrus and spice. And, the habanero helps liven up your drink without being overpowering.
Best Skinny: Stirrings 5 Calorie
For a low-calorie option that doesn't sacrifice flavor or quality, look no further than Stirrings’ 5 Calorie margarita mix. This mixer uses sucralose instead of sugar as a sweetener, which is why the calorie count is so low. Still, that doesn’t mean your margarita will have a saccharine, diet soda-like flavor. On the contrary, the key lime concentrate, the core ingredient here, pops with a freshness and tartness that will complement any tequila.
Best Canned: Zing Zang All Natural
Bring the party wherever you go with Zing Zang's canned margarita mix. It's made from just a few natural ingredients, including agave nectar, cane sugar and a blend of three juices—fresh lime, key lime and grapefruit—bringing a bit of Paloma character while retaining a familiar margarita mix flavor. There is no fructose, preservatives or artificial ingredients in this gluten-free mixer.
Best Natural: Powell & Mahoney Classic Margarita
Simplicity and natural ingredients usually make for the best margarita mix, as exemplified in Powell & Mahoney’s Classic Margarita mixer. No artificial flavors or preservatives are used here—just non-GMO ingredients like lime juice, cane sugar and organic agave syrup. And, while you’re at it, why not try some organic-certified tequila when using this to make a margarita?
Best for Other Spirits: Morris Kitchen Citrus Agave
While Morris Kitchen’s Citrus Agave mixer makes an excellent and refreshing margarita, it can also be used with virtually any other spirit—from rum to whiskey to vodka and gin. Made with non-GMO ingredients, this mixer combines flavors of agave nectar, lime, sea salt, orange extract and some cayenne for a subtle kick. Try it out in a few different cocktails or sodas.
Best Budget: Master of Mixes Margarita Mixer
Master of Mixes Margarita Mixer is an affordable, yet high-quality mix. It’s made from a blend of ingredients like Mexican key lime juice, citrus oils, simple syrup and agave syrup. This mixer takes all the elements you would use to make your own drink, like fresh lime juice and triple sec, and simplifies them into a ready-to-drink option.
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