My Margarita Wish List

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A margarita is a simple drink that uses simple tools. But you can totally go crazy with some very cool margarita-making equipment. That’s what we want to do!

Wooden Lime Juicer

I make margaritas whenever possible. I have all the tools I need, but I want to upgrade. Is it wrong to set up a shopping registry for margaritas since I’m already married?

That wooden lime-squeezer above. I mean, how freaking cool is that?

I’ve got a cocktail shaker or two. But what I don’t have is a mason jar cocktail shaker. I want.

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I’m an instant gratification kind of girl. This frozen margarita maker could totally satisfy me.

Margarita Glasses: You could use any glass for a margarita. But really, a fun party needs fun glasses. These ones have cactus bases that are so tacky they’re awesome. Having a bigger party? Here’s a set of 12 margarita glasses that are reasonably priced. Pool party? Here’s a set of 20 plastic (and very colorful) ones.

Bar Glass Rimmer: You don’t technically need this, especially not if you’re just making one or two margaritas. But if you’re making a bunch, like if you’re hosting a big shazzam of a Margarita Monday, then this makes salting your glasses so much easier.

Colored Lime Margarita Salt: Puuurrrdy. The set includes four bright colors, all lime flavored.

Who doesn’t love a good chuckle, especially while sipping on a margarita? Check out these four funny margarita-inspired cocktail napkins. One, Two, Three, Four. Which one made you laugh out loud?


Amy Bowen

Amy had no clue how to cook until she became the food reporter for a daily newspaper in Minnesota. At 25, she even struggled with boxed mac and cheese. These days, Amy is a much better cook, thanks to interviewing cooks and chefs for more than 10 years. She even makes four cheese macaroni and cheese with bacon, no boxed mac in sight. Amy is also on the editorial team at The Cookful.