Elderflower Margarita

I originally made this for #NationalTequilaDay, but here’s never a bad time to drink tequila. Whether it’s for a national holiday or just be an excuse to drink tequila, I’m okay with it! Here’s a simple Elderflower margarita recipe that I use all the time.

If you haven’t noticed, I use @stgermainuk A LOT. It’s a staple in my home bar and it should be in yours too! I personally like to add ginger ale on top of this, which isn’t a margarita (technically) but I’m a rebel!

Aesthetics are my thing, so I made these floral ice cubes moreso for the look. They aren’t hard to make. Fill an ice tray halfway, so that each cube is half full. Add a few flower petals on top. Pop the tray into a freezer until frozen. Pull the tray out and fill to the top with water. Place them back into the freezer until frozen. Done! You can find these particular flowers here.


  • 2 oz Tequila
  • 1 oz St. Germain
  • 1 oz. Lime Juice
  • Salt or sugar (for rim)

Rub a lime wedge around the rim of your glass. Dip the rim into salt or sugar. I find it easiest to use a flat surface. Flat plates help wit this! Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker. Add ice and shake to chill. This should take 10-12 seconds. Pour into your rimmed glass and sip!

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