Winter Spiced Margarita

Don Julio is shaken with Cinnamon and Ginger in this delicious twist on a Margarita.
Winter Spiced Margarita


  • 1.75oz

    Don Julio Blanco Tequila

  • 0.75oz

    Lime Juice

  • 12.25oz

    Cinnamon Syrup

  • 0.5oz

    Ginger Syrup

  • 1

    Salt Rim (Garnish)

  • 1

    Lime Wheel (Garnish)

0 units of alcohol per serve


  • 1

    Ice Scoop

  • 1


  • 1

    Coupe Glass

  • 1

    Cocktail Shaker

  • 1

    Hawthorne Strainer

  • 1

    Fine Strainer

  • 1




  • Preparation
    1. Using a lime wedge moisten the rim of a martini glass by rubbing the flesh of the lime around the rim of the glass
    2. Immerse the glass in a dish of cinnamon so the cinnamon adheres to the rim and then remove any excess cinnamon using the same lime wedge
    3. Add the ingredients to a cocktail shaker filled with ice
    4. Shake to mix
    5. Strain into the pre-prepared glass
    6. Garnish and serve.
  • Alcohol Content

    Alcohol content:

    14.8 g per serve

Interesting facts

It's estimated that in America 185,000 Margaritas are consumed every hour.

History of the drink

The Spanish word for "daisy" is "margarita." The daisy's flower head closes at night and opens in the morning, which is said to be a perversion of the word 'day's eye'. And it's likely that the Margarita since the 1930's is a Tequila-based Daisy - a family of Victorian-era drinks created with citrus juice and sweetened with syrup or liqueur, and then strengthened with alcohol.