How To Make Margarita Moonshine

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How To Make Margarita Moonshine | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

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Margarita in a moonshine form? Honestly, that sounds refreshing for the summer. I love margaritas, but some of my friends do not. I know a lot of people do not like tequila so this is a perfect alternative. I believe they would love this recipe by Tipsy Bartender is a great alternative for those that want something boozy that has margarita sweet and salty flavors. One thing I love about moonshine is that the alcohol slowly creeps on you after taking just a couple of shots. This is such a great idea and easy to make a couple of jars to have stored and ready for any summer day. I love how there are so many creative moonshine recipes. In addition, there are a few moonshines that I actually like, and I know this would fit right with my tastebuds.

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Ingredients:

  • 6 oz. (180ml) Everclear
  • 16 oz. (480ml) Water
  • 1/2 Cup Sugar
  • 1 Cup Lemon Juice
  • 1/2 Cup Lime Juice
  • 1/2 Tsp Salt

Directions:

First, put sugar and water into a pot and let that simmer until the sugar dissolves. This creates a simple syrup.

Margarita Moonshine Recipe | Alcohol Recipes
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Next, fill up your mason jar with Everclear and simple syrup, while straining fresh lemon and lime juice too. In the end, add salt and stir. Let the margarita moonshine infuse in the refrigerator for 2 weeks before serving.

Margarita Moonshine Recipe | Alcohol Recipes
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Overall, alcoholic drinks are so simple to make, especially moonshine. All you have to do is pour in a couple of ingredients in a mason jar and let it sit. This recipe is right up my alley and I’m glad I came across this during summer. This would taste amazing chilled and pour over ice. I would serve this as a traditional margarita, and I’m sure after one glass, I would feel the drink.

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