The Mistletoe Margarita, Come Gimme A Kiss!

After one sip, you’ll be looking to lock lips with the next sailor that falls into your clutches. Just to clarify, women can be sailors as well…hot ones at that. At least in my world they can.

Margaritas and Christmas don’t really sound like they go together, but then again, neither does cold weather and Florida and we’ve seen plenty of that this year. Is there really a bad time to have a margarita though? I didn’t think so. Everyday is margarita day in RumShop’s house!

To make the holiday season and the margarita play well together you need just one thing…love. The Mistletoe Margarita tosses tequila and Santa into the blender, and then out pours pure Christmas joy. Enjoy the Mistletoe Margarita Castaways. No actual Santas were harmed in the making of this cocktail.

Mistletoe Margarita Recipe

  • 1 cup ice
  • 1 ½ oz tequila
  • ¼ oz Triple Sec
  • ¼ oz Strawberry Schnapps
  • ¼ oz Lime Juice
  • ½ cup fresh strawberries

Add all ingredients into the Santa approved blender. Blend until you have reached a desired consistency. Serve in a chilled margarita glass. Garnish with a wedge of lime. Raise glass and toast.

Let me know if you blend this holiday boat drink up for your Christmas party.

Merry Christmas Castaways!

By |2010-12-21T22:50:11+00:00December 22nd, 2010|Boat Drinks|4 Comments

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Just a salty pirate looking to explore and document the wonders of the Caribbean. Professional blogger, rum judge, consultant, marketer, and consumer of blue water beauty.


  1. Sherwood Anders December 28, 2010 at 5:27 pm

    Love your site! Thanks and keep up the great work! 🙂 cheers from Akumal and San Francisco!

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    RumShopRyan December 29, 2010 at 9:04 am

    Thanks Sherwood! I’ll do my best to keep bringing the island life to all the Castaways. Cheers!

  3. Steph Johnson December 11, 2012 at 12:31 pm

    Has anyone made this as a larger quantity. I wanted to make this for my christmas party…but don’t want to mess it up

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    RumShopRyan December 11, 2012 at 6:02 pm

    Hi Steph, I haven’t personally. You could just use some trial and error until you get it right. That would require a lot of taste testing which really isn’t a bad thing in this case! Cheers!

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