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This Margarita Kit Is A Real Mother Pucker

This swanky kit has everything needed to mix up the best version of Mom’s favorite cocktail. You know, the one she had on her honeymoon, served to her on the beach while the waves crashed gently, that she now orders every time you go out? Well, now she can make it at home! (Or, better yet, YOU can make it for her!)

It’s a real Mother Pucker: Greenbar Craft Distillery’s Fruitlab Organic Orange Liqueur, which tastes exactly like the perfect glass of fresh-squeezed orange juice with a tiny hint of pleasing bitterness; a smooth Blanco Tequila made by Tequila Arette that will have her dancing on the kitchen counter in no time; and a set of Stemless Wine Glasses made by Govino so she can bring the party to the beach, the pool, the bath, wherever…

Call a babysitter – Mom’s gonna need one.


2 ounces Arette Blanco Tequila
¾ ounce Fruitlab Orange Liqueur
1 ounce fresh lime juice
¼ ounce agave nectar or simple syrup
Kosher salt
Lime wedge, for garnish 


1. Rim the outside edge of a rocks glass with kosher salt. Pro tip: To perfectly salt the rim of the glass, put some salt on a plate. Run a lime wedge around the rim of the glass to wet it, then turn glass over and press into salt.
2. Combine all ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake until blended and well chilled.
3. Strain and pour into the rocks glass over ice. Garnish with a lime wedge.

Check out the rest of our Mother’s Day gifts! We’ve got something for every type of mama.


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