National Margarita Day is an annual feast celebrated on February 22nd of every year. Those cocktail lovers would have known well about the Margarita. Say cheers to Margarita, and you will unquestionably enjoy drinking the rainbow of colors and the flavors it comes in. What’s more needed than the ever-loved Margarita, a world-famous cocktail drink to turn your party into a grand feast? You are prohibited from making an excuse to taste this drink. So justify drinking Margarita and get into the spirit of celebration. Why not honor and appreciate the Margarita with a very own day for it? So National Margarita Day is just for all of you, and you can take a glass of Margarita, add some ice, or blend the drink with ice, add a pinch of salt to make your flavor which is up to you to enjoy.

“Take every birthday with a grain of salt. This works much better if the salt accompanies a large margarita.” – Maxine

History of National Margarita Day

Todd McCalla has created National Margarita Day. There isn’t any mention of the year from when this Day has begun its celebration. The founder of National Margarita Day has come up with such an idea as a way to spread his love for margaritas around the world. McCalla has also created and owns a website with the name out of respect for the cocktail drink. Margarita has its own place in the history and the heart of people. Thus he has set aside February 22nd of every year for this celebration. The tradition and the history of Margarita are long and are loved and drunk by so many millions of people from all over the world.

National Margarita Day

Margarita is a most familiar tequila-based cocktail that consists of tequila, triple sec, and freshly squeezed lime or lemon juice used as the key ingredient. Lemon is used in this cocktail drink to obtain a softer taste. Margarita is often served with salt or sugar on the rim of the glass. The very essence of this cocktail comes in many flavors, and it is the best thing about this drink. It ranges from Roasted Blueberry Basil Margaritas to punchy Strawberry Sriracha Margarita and more colors. Margarita is served on every other occasion, and Margarita Day is a perfect excuse to try drinking them all.

Margarita is served shaken with ice or blended with ice or sometimes without ice all the way. It is served in a wide variety of glass types like a cocktail, wine glasses, pint glasses, and large schooners. However, the cocktail drink is traditionally served in the eponymous margarita glass which is a stepped-diameter variant of a cocktail glass or the champagne coupe. The history of Margarita is a bit mysterious and often ends up in debate as the incidents are varied. Several stories depict its origin as many bartenders from different parts of the world have put their individual ideas into preparing the margarita. Thus, no one knows who created the original margarita recipe.

Some say that it was created by Willie, who was a bartender from Mexico City created it in 1934 and named it for his friend Marguerite Hemery. One another well-known legend thought to be the creator of the Margaritas was Rancho La Gloria of Carlos “Danny” Herrera restaurant and developed it at his restaurant in Tijuana. It is believed that he invented the cocktail for Marjorie King, who was allergic to all the hard alcohol except for tequila. There is another claim, and it says that Santos Cruz invented it in Galveston, Texas for a singer Patty Lee, a popular patron.

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How to Celebrate National Margarita Day

Celebrating National Margarita Day involves many kinds. Have a glass of classic margarita to start the celebration. Add salt follow the lime and tequila into the margarita glass or drink a frozen margarita. If you like, you could go with the new margarita flavor which you haven’t so far as is the special time to treat yourself. If you can make it at your home, try to know about the margarita making at your home. Organize a party, invite your friends and family, and serve them with a glass of margarita. Share your margarita love and celebration on social media using the hashtag #MargaritaDay.

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