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Lemon Lime Mocktail Margarita

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Mocktail Margarita Lime Lemon

As we're dreaming of summer but stuck in a wintery spring mix, this mocktail is a perfect drink to add to the daydream.

The fresh citrus, the bubbly soda water, and the frosted glasses all make this a great go-to for summer (or spring!)

Choose between a salted rim or a sugared rim (sugar was our favorite) and you can add a splash of tequila to your glass before pouring in your shaken mixture to make it alcoholic!


Mocktail Margarita

serves 2 | 10 minutes


  • Ice

  • 2 oz fresh lime juice, or 1/2 cup

  • 2 oz fresh lemon juice, or 1/2 cup

  • 2 oz simple syrup, or 1/2 cup

  • Soda Water, to top off

  • lime wedges, lemon wedges, and sprigs of mint to garnish


1. Prepare your glasses by cutting a lemon wedge and wiping it among the rim of your glasses. Then, in a bowl big enough to fit the glass, add a good amount of sugar or salt. Dip the rim into your sugar or salt. Place both glasses in the freezer to frost them before use!

2. Begin by filling a cocktail shaker or large glass with ice.

Mocktail Margarita poured into frosted glasses.

3. Add the next three ingredients: 2 oz lime juice, 2 oz lemon juice, 2 oz simple syrup. Shake for 20 seconds if you have a shaker. If you're using a large glass, stir with a spoon for 20 seconds.

4. Fill two glasses with additional ice and evenly strain your citrus mixture over the ice.

5. Top with cold soda water.

6. Add a lemon wedge, a lime wedge, and a spring of mint to finish it off!


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