Blackberry Margaritas #OnTrend

Looking for a refreshing take on spring? We found this enticing recipe for Blackberry Margaritas made from scratch by The Pioneer Woman and thought it would be the perfect

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Jan Barboglio’s thick hand-blown glass goblets are perfect for margaritas!

go-to drink for your gatherings this spring and summer! Mixing a frozen margarita during the peak of summer in West Texas would be the perfect refreshing alternative to wine. Sipping frozen margaritas poolside sounds like heaven on earth! In the meantime, play Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and try it on the rocks instead so it won’t be too cold for the current wacky weather. If you don’t have a margarita glass, then we would be delighted to suggest these fabulous hand-blown Vino Rojo goblets by Jan Barboglio in store now. The NEW Frances glasses would be great for pina coladas too.

If you need some fantastic new recipes to spice up dinner, we also have The Pioneer Woman cookbooks available in-store and online. Interested in the blackberry ice cream she mentions? You can find her recipe for Blackberry Chip Ice Cream in her second book, Food From My Frontier. Sounds delicious!

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Hello Frances glasses, Cobalt Blue goblets and copper barware!

If you need a quicker, less-prep alternative try these low-calorie cocktails by Skinnygirl Cocktails, perfection for girls’ night. Be adventurous and try some of the bold and fruity flavors and mix it up this spring.

With all the new flavored liquors out there today, it’s easy to mix your favorite fruits into delicious margaritas that are sure to impress!

Try serving your guests with our NEW hammered copper mules and shot glasses for a bright and eclectic addition to your bar. Let 2016 be the year for a refreshing twist on serving drinks for a fun and unique alternative to ‘the usual.’

 

 

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