Blackberry Margaritas {Free Printable Tags}

Drinks in a jar. Yummy Blackberry #Margarita recipe and FREE Printable tags by Amy at LivingLocurto.com

You will probably remember my margaritas in a jar for Cinco de Mayo. Well, I’m now a little stuck on drinks in jars.

They are just too cute and easy, that I can’t help myself! So much so, that I made some more with a different type of margarita recipe which I’m sharing today along with some new free party printables.

In Texas, it gets so hot in the summer that you can’t enjoy the outdoors without being in a cold pool. So now is the time when we’re having our outdoor parties and casual gatherings while we have perfect weather and not sweating to death! Last week, with my new favorite margarita recipe in hand, I headed over to my neighbor’s house for a fun girl party.

To give the girls some variety on drinks, I made delicious Blackberry Margaritas. And of course, I designed pretty labels and delivered them in jars!

Drinks in a jar. Yummy Blackberry #Margarita recipe and FREE Printable tags by Amy at LivingLocurto.com

It’s all about presentation right? I also wanted to try making a drink with fresh fruit for summer.

Drinks in a jar. Yummy Blackberry #Margarita recipe and FREE Printable tags by Amy at LivingLocurto.com

Walking in a party with a tub of these cute drinks in jars can certainly make you the life of the party! ha!

Drinks in a jar. Yummy Blackberry #Margarita recipe and FREE Printable tags by Amy at LivingLocurto.com

Free Printable Celebrate Tags #freeprintable

Blackberry Margaritas Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 ½ cups Sauza® Blue Silver 100% Agave Tequila
  • 4 cups sparkling blackberry soda (such as IZZE Sparkling Juice in Blackberry flavor)
  • 2 cups fresh blackberries
  • ¾ cup fresh lime juice
  • ¼ cup simple syrup
  • Ice

Directions

  1. In a blender, puree 1 cup fresh blackberries with ¾ cup lime juice and ¼ simple syrup. Strain into a cocktail shaker, add the Tequila and ice and shake to chill.
  2. Pour each jar/glass nearly full with the Blackberry-Lime-Tequila mixture.
  3. Top with chilled Blackberry soda.
  4. Add ice, 2-3 fresh whole blackberries and a straw in each glass.

Free Printable Tags

Use a glue dot to stick the circle tag on the lid and tie kitchen twine around for decoration.

Make the drinks ahead of time and store in jars for easy serving.

Drinks in a jar. Yummy Blackberry #Margarita recipe and FREE Printable tags by Amy at LivingLocurto.com

 

I’ll leave you with this photo for you to imagine sitting by the pool. Summer will be here before we know it. Are you ready?

Drinks in a jar. Yummy Blackberry #Margarita recipe and FREE Printable tags by Amy at LivingLocurto.com

 

Blackberry Margaritas
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 ½ cups Sauza® Blue Silver 100% Agave Tequila
  • 4 cups sparkling blackberry soda (such as IZZE Sparkling Juice in Blackberry flavor)
  • 2 cups fresh blackberries
  • ¾ cup fresh lime juice
  • ¼ cup simple syrup
  • Ice
Instructions
  1. In a blender, puree 1 cup fresh blackberries with ¾ cup lime juice and ¼ simple syrup. Strain into a cocktail shaker, add the Tequila and ice and shake to chill.
  2. Pour each jar/glass nearly full with the Blackberry-Lime-Tequila mixture.
  3. Top with chilled Blackberry soda.
  4. Add ice, 2-3 fresh whole blackberries and a straw in each glass.

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Sauza Tequila Import Company. All opinions about this product are my own. Please drink responsibly! Recipe via Sauza’s website.

About Amy Locurto

Amy is a creative mom of two and graphic designer. When she's not working on Living Locurto, she's busy designing Printable Party Supplies and working on I Heart Faces, her photography blog. Find Amy on Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, and Instagram.

Comments

  1. What is simple syrup???

  2. libbywilko says:

    Thanks for the great tags and recipe.

  3. Michele says:

    What size are each serving and how many servings does each recipe make? Can’t wait to try this!

  4. Thanks so much for linking up Amy! I featured your post in my wrap up http://tidymom.net/2012/summer-ideas/

    Have a safe and fabulous holiday weekend!

  5. Debra Kapellakis says:

    Oh me Oh my, these I gotta try! cute video

  6. So cute! Just make sure that you are using lids that are BPA free, because most are not and with acidic liquids it will leach quickly.

  7. what a fantastic idea for the holiday weekend

    thanks for sharing

    visiting from Tidy Mom

    new follower

  8. Kerri Best-Ogden says:

    If I want to make it without the tequila would I need to adjust the recipe or simply omit the tequila?

  9. I tryed to download the free tags and was told they are no longer avaliable

  10. Very cute and sounds oh so tasty!

  11. Perfect!! Thank you! I can’t wait to give this idea a try! So cute!!

  12. When you make the margarita jar favors, can you put the alcohol in too or do you have to add the alcohol when you are going to drink it? The reason I ask is because I noticed that one of you pictures shows the jars in a bucket of ice with the bottle of booze next to it…is that because the alcohol isn’t in the jars already? Can you have the alcohol in it pre-event?

  13. love the tags, the straws, and the color of this cocktail! super fantastic!!

  14. Loved the Fireman recipe – Hillarious

  15. I’ll be over in a few hours……..get the ice and glasses ready!!

    and can I say, I totally don’t “get” what in the world cute kittens has to do with Tequilla – the hot fireman yes! but loose the kitten, it’s just weird HAHA IMHO

  16. If I could drink alcohol I’d be enjoying one with you…so instead go ahead and have mine. You’ll be glad you did about half way through summer.

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