Garnish your Tequila Blackberry Lemonade with a lemon slice

Tequila Blackberry Lemonade

DIY, inexpensive crafts, dollar store, cheap

Blogged while eating leftover pie and listening to Tipsy by J-Kwon. Does anyone remember that song?

Another tequila post?! I didn’t plan it…I swear. This tequila blackberry lemonade drink will cure your Monday blues, for sure! Plus is super delicious, refreshing and quick to make. AND if you make it in a mason jar you can stash it away in your purse and bring it anywhere! *Sip responsibly.

Everything you need to make Tequila Blackberry Lemonade

The goods:

Close up of homemade lemonade for drink

1. 6 oz of lemonade – I made my own since I didn’t feel like leaving the house to buy pre-made.

2. A handful of blackberries. Yes, that is how I measure things.

3. 1 lemon

4. 2-3 oz of silver tequila

Combine everything:

1. Smash (muddle) some blackberries on the bottom your mason jar.

2. Top with some crushed ice.

3. Pour your tequila and lemonade on top

Garnish your Tequila Blackberry Lemonade  with a lemon slice

4. Garnish with a lemon slice. I attempted to garnish with some blackberries, but they just sank to the bottom…fail.

Your finished Tequila Blackberry Lemonade drink!

Cheers ladies and gents!

Happy drinking ❤

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2 Comments

  1. sarahskry

    This sounds and looks like the most refreshing summer cocktail! I will definitely be making it this summer 😀 By the way Tay, thanks so much for subscribing to my blog. I am really loving this community and the encouragement. Your blog is great, I love the look of the landing page as well.

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  2. tay

    Thank you so much, girl! I love tequila so I really enjoy this drink but you should also substitute in your favorite. The blogging community is such a positive place, I agree with you. Thank you so much for the complement! I try to make is visually pleasing as posable. Keep up the good work! 🙂

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