15 of the Weirdest Cinco de Mayo Margarita Recipes You’ve Ever Heard
It’s no secret that the United States has graciously adopted Cinco de Mayo as a national celebration with open arms – and raised glasses. However, there is more to be known about this holiday of Mexican decent than big sombreros and overconsumption of tequila. Many don’t know Cinco de Mayo is actually celebrated in commemoration of the Mexican army’s impressive underdog defeat of the French troops on May 5, 1862 known as the Battle of Puebla. French Emperor Napoleon III sent these troops to collect war debts from Mexico with the intent of conquering Mexico City when the measly Mexican army surprisingly and bravely held off the French forcing them to retreat.
Enough history, now it’s time to see how brave you are. Behold 15 of the boldest margarita concoctions you may have ever heard. Try one, try them all, and add a little spice to the end of a long work week. Click on each photo for links to each recipe.
**If tequila isn’t your cup of tea so to speak, try the Maybe Margarita Punch at the end.
Sip Sip Hooray!