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SHAKE all ingredients with ice and strain into ice-filled glass.
Salt rim (optional) & lime wedge
* BEWARE: Although free of cane sugar and beet sugar, this cocktail contains small amounts of fructose sugars from the agave nectar used in the Agave Sec orange liqueur.
Tasty, zingy, low-calorie and sugar-free. What more can you ask of a Margarita?
Adapted from the classic serve by yours truly (Simon Difford) in January 2019.
Also see Margarita Cocktails - best recipes and history.
There are approximately 122 calories in one serving of Margarita (no added sugar* & low-calorie).
Approximately £0.00 per cocktail *
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