Looking for something different from your usual cocktail?
Well, you’ve come to the right place.
We have an amazing selection of ready-to-drink margaritas that will surely satisfy any craving.
What is in a Ready To Drink Margarita?
A ready-to-drink (RTD) margarita has all the flavor components of a traditional margarita, but it doesn’t require mixing or shaking.
It’s just as easy as opening a bottle of tequila and topping off a glass with lime juice, simple syrup, and agave nectar.
If you’re looking for a more complex taste profile, however, we also offer several non-alcoholic options.
How is a Ready To Drink Margarita made?
All of our RTDs are made using 100% real tequila, which means they contain no added sugars, artificial flavors, or preservatives.
All of our tequilas are made by a family-owned company based out of Mexico City who uses organic cane sugar and natural water.
The process is simple: mix one part tequila with two parts lime juice, top off with simple syrup, and add some fresh ice.
What is the alcohol content of a Ready To Drink Margarita?
We know that many people enjoy their cocktails on the lighter side, so we’ve created several non-alcoholic options for those who don’t want to get tipsy after consuming them.
Our standard margaritas have between 30 and 35 proof, while our lightest option clocks in at 24 proof.
For more information about our range of alcohol levels, check out our alcohol calculator.
What is the calorie content of a Ready To Drink Margarita?
Each of our margaritas contains 110 calories per serving.
This includes the sugar used in the recipe (usually, 2 tablespoons), along with the lime juice, agave nectar, and simple syrup.
If you choose to go without sugar, however, you can reduce this number significantly.
Is a Ready To Drink Margarita gluten free?
No, all of our margaritas are not gluten free because they use agave nectar, which is naturally high in fructose.
Agave nectar often comes in a variety of forms, including syrup and granulated.
Some brands may even include barley malt, which is a source of gluten.
You should always double check before buying a product that contains these ingredients.
What is the sugar content of a Ready To Drink Margarita?
Our margaritas typically contain around 60 grams of sugar per serving, although this number varies depending on the brand and type of tequila.
This includes the amount of sugar used in the original recipe, plus any additional sweeteners used in the garnish.
Sugar is important in a margarita because it helps balance out the acidity of the lime juice, resulting in a sweeter, tangier drink.
If you’d like a lower sugar version, you can reduce the amount of sugar in the original recipe, or buy a lower-calorie alternative such as our Strawberry Margarita.
What is the sodium content of a Ready To Drink Margarita?
Margaritas are known to be salty, but you can easily reduce the amount of salt in your recipe if you prefer a less salty beverage.
Each of our margaritas contains approximately 150 milligrams of sodium per serving, which is similar to other popular drinks such as sodas and orange juices.
If you prefer a lighter option, you can try our Strawberry Margarita.
What are the carbs in a Ready To Drink Margarita?
While most margaritas are low in carbohydrates, each of our recipes contains a small amount of sugar (which is naturally found in the agave nectar).
This also applies to our non-alcoholic options, all of which contain roughly 20 grams of sugar per serving.
If you would rather avoid this ingredient altogether, you can opt for a non-sweetened version of our margaritas.
If you’re looking for a healthier option, you can try our non-alcoholic margaritas instead.
- 50 ml tequila reposado
- 25 ml lime juice
- 20 ml triple sec we used Cointreau
For a garnish
- 2 lime wedges
- Season a small dish or saucer with salt with a few tablespoons. One lime wedge should be used to rub the tumbler’s rim before being dipped into salt to completely coat it.
- Pour the tequila, lime juice, and triple sec into a cocktail shaker and top with ice. Shake the shaker until the exterior starts to feel cold.
- Pour the mixture over new ice in the prepared glass. Serve with a lime wedge.
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