Is there anything better than a cold, sharp margarita with a salted rim? These five easy recipes will help boost your mixology game just in time for National Margarita Day.

The beauty of a well-made margarita is the pairing of tequila with fresh fruit juice. Why stick to plain lime when you can try one of these spectacular combinations? From classic to trendy, these margaritas are sure to please.

1. Blood Orange Margaritas

Switch out the tequila for mezcal, squeeze some fresh blood orange juice, and watch your friends light up at the sight of these crimson beauties.

2. The Classic Margarita

Just remember the ration of 1:1:2 for your triple sec, lime juice and tequila. You'll never go wrong with this timeless favorite. Don't forget to salt the rim!

3. Sparkling Raspberry Margarita

Raspberry tonic and fresh limes give this creation its cheerful pink and green color combo.


4. Passion Fruit Margaritas

Find some fresh passion fruits or use frozen pulp to make these tropical treats.


5. Pomegranate Margarita

Impress your foodie friends with this gorgeous combination of tequila and pomegranate juice.


POMEGRANATE MARGARITA with #coconutsugar to sparkle your New Years Eve day! 💥 Wishing u lots of joy and health in the New Decade!! Grateful for all the blessings in my life and for all you beautiful friends!! Xx L 🥂 🥂 3 oz good tequila 1 oz lime juice 1 oz pomegranate juice ( just discovered @pomwonderful and it really is yummy) 2 tsp orange liqueur (Cointreau) Lots of ice Blend. Top with Pom seeds. Enjoy! 🥂 🥂 🥂 🥂 #gratitude #lifeisgood #eeeeeats #tuesdayvibes #pomegranateseason #pomegranatedrink #coctailsofinstagram #coctailrecipes #drinksathome #salute #drinksallaround #drinkwithme #drinkthis #drinkbar #cheers #pomegranate #holidaze #lime #margaritarecipe #pomegranaterecipe #drinkphotography #coctailphotography #instamood #picoftheday #indulge

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Whether you make your own or go out for one, be sure to have a frosty margarita this weekend!

Do you have a favorite margarita recipe? Share it with us in the comments!