A spin on a favorite, this vodkarita cocktail is just like a margarita, except that it calls for vodka instead of tequila. This watermelon vodka margarita recipe is perfect for those of you who prefer vodka over tequila.
What can replace tequila in a margarita?
You can substitute vodka for tequila in a margarita. That will make it a vodkarita, and it is quite tasty, like this watermelon vodkarita.
Do all margaritas have tequila?
Yes, a margarita is generally made with tequila, which gives it that distinct flavor. However, not everyone is a fan of tequila, so a vodkarita is a great choice for those of you who don’t quite like the tequila flavor.
Are margaritas a girl drink?
Absolutely not! Walk into any Mexican restaurant, and you will see plenty of guys sipping on a margarita. They’re super tasty!
What is the best vodka for margaritas?
I like to use Svedka or Absolut vodka in my vodkarita cocktails. Smirnoff is another that’s not bad, and more on budget. Grey Goose is one of my favorite for top shelf vodkas.
What do I need to make this watermelon vodkarita cocktail?
I make my frozen cocktails in a Ninja, but you can use a high speed blender too. You can pour the drinks into classic margarita glasses, or just use classic cocktail glasses. You will need vodka, original margarita mix, and frozen watermelon chunks to make this cocktail.
How do I make this vodkarita cocktail recipe
Making a vodkarita is really simple. Just follow the recipe below.
- 1.5oz vodka
- 1.5oz margarita mix
- 1.5 cups frozen watermelon chunks
- Add all of the ingredients to a high speed blender.
- Pulse on high for 10-20 seconds.
- Pour into a lowball glass, and garnish with fresh watermelon if desired.