- 2 Oranges (peeled, then wedged)
- 1 Small Lime (wedged, but no need to peel)
- 1 Small Lemon (wedged, but no need to peel)
- 3 to 4 oz of Tequila (added after juicing)
- Wash, peel the oranges, and wedge all produce.
- Juice all ingredients (alternate between lemon, lime, and orange)
- In a cocktail shaker or large glass with ice, pour 6 ounces of your fresh juice.
- Add 3 ounces of Tequila to your drink and shake or stir.
- For additional sweetness, add 1/2 oz. to 1 oz. of Simple Syrup.
Ditch the Sweet & Sour Mix, which is just artificially flavored processed sugar water. Let's make a batch of fresh margaritas from scratch.
The oil in the orange peel is sour, so peel it first and discard the peel. Leave as much as the pith (the white part) in place. The lemon and lime peel oil tastes just like the juice, so you do not need to peel those. Wedge all three items. Place the three ingredients into the juicer, alternating as you feed them into your juicer.
Pour 6 ounces of your fresh juice over ice. Add 3 ounces of Tequila to your drink and stir (or shake). Experiment with your ratio of juice vs. Tequila. Omit the Tequila for sparkling water for a tasty mocktail. For additional sweetness, add 1/2 oz. to 1 oz. of Simple Syrup. Enjoy your Sana Drink!