High-end tequilas are all about sipping, but tequila cocktails are another story. From tequila sunrise to tequila sangria, these easy recipes for tequila cocktails might entice you to guzzle -- but take them slow and enjoy the sweet flavors.See Popular Tequila Drinks Recipes
Light a fire to evening with this flaming cocktail featuring the favorite south-of-the border spirit: tequila, of course. It's an especially good choice in 2010, the Mexican Bicentenial year. This drink will be a real crowd pleaser whenever you serve it.
The most iconic tequila cocktail offers endless flavor variations from mango to strawberry-banana to blackberry.
This innocent-looking drink packs a sizzling kick of jalapeno pepper. If desired, topping it off with club soda adds sparkle rarely found in tequila drinks.
Pull out the cocktail shaker and add the key ingredients to this Mexican drink: tequila, lime juice, and orange liqueur. Cointreau is a popular orange liqueur.
The proper way to enjoy this Southwestern Bloody Mary is as follows: take alternate sips of Sangrita and tequila, then bite a lime wedge to cleanse the palate.
Cranberry-raspberry juice gives these festive cocktails their bright red color. Serve these frosty drinks at your next party.
This thirst-quenching cocktail was said to be created by a bartender from Chihuahua, Mexico, in the 1940s.
This ice pops recipe, made with tequila and fruit juices, is made for just for adults and is a refreshing treat to serve at parties.
Aromatic fresh ginger lends its signature flavor to these inspired frozen cocktails, a celebration of the juicy, succulent peach. When buying peaches, look for intensely fragrant fruit that gives slightly to palm pressure. Avoid those with signs of greening.
The margarita includes ingredients that should stimulate the four primary tastes: sweet, sour, salty and bitter. This recipe achieves a nice balance of these tastes.
When it's time to celebrate, whip up this tequila-spiked pie. It tastes like a creamy margarita in a graham cracker crust.