Salt or no salt? That is the question. Our Green Tea Margarita is giving the classic marg a run for its money. Made with tequila, limoncello, and ourOrganic Green With Citrus & Ginkgo Fresh Brew Iced Tea, this cocktail is best when served with tacos, chips, and a heaping bowl of guac. Want to take your fiesta to the next level? Listen to our Margarita Slowdown playlist on Spotify. Making this at home? Use the hashtag #HarneyHappyHour and you could be featured on our Instagram page!

What You’ll Need

How to Make a Blueberry Green Tea Mojito

  1. Moisten the rim of a glass with a lime wedge. Sprinkle salt onto a small plate. Invert the glass in the salt, rotating gently to “frost” the rim evenly. Set aside.
  2. In a cocktail shaker, add ice and combine remaining ingredients. Add moreOrganic Green With Citrus & Ginkgo Fresh Brew Iced Tea if you are using a highball glass. Shake well and strain into the prepared glass. Garnish with a lime or lemon wedge.

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¡Salud!

Want even moreiced tea cocktail recipes? Head to ourHarney Happy Hour page for all of our happy hour recipes or check out a few of our favorites below!


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