Margarita enthusiasts, today is your day. February 22nd is National Margarita Day. These luxurious worldwide destinations have their own signature Margarita recipes. This post will allow you to celebrate your favorite spirited beverage while globe-trotting from the comfort of your home.

Hilton Lake Como in Como, Italy

First on the list in honor of National Margarita Day is the Pachamama which you can find at the Hilton Lake Como in Como, Italy. This grapefruit-forward cocktail is served at the popular rooftop bar, Terrazza 241 at Hilton Lake Como. This location offers panoramic views of Italy’s most luxurious and iconic lake, while also offering a delectable food and cocktail menu.

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Pachamama – Hilton Lake Como, Italy

Flora Farms, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Next on the list is the Wild Hibiscus Margarita from Flora Farms. I am a huge fan of hibiscus and couldn’t resist ordering one of these margaritas while visiting Flora Farms during a press trip to Cabo San Lucas in 2018. Flora Farms is one of my favorite destinations ever visited. Not only were the food and drinks delicious, the location was breathtaking and they even have a fun group of farm dogs to hang out with and keep guests company.

Wild Hibiscus Margarita – Flora Farms, Cabo San Lucas

Hilton Molino Stucky in Venice, Italy

Another gorgeous margarita to celebrate in honor of National Margarita Day is the Vecio Margarita from the Skyline Bar at the Hilton Molino Stucky in Venice, Italy. The Skyline Rooftop Bar is the highest bar in Venice, serving up incredible panoramic views of the famous City of Canals, and talented mixologists. The Vecio Margarita features tequila silver, Grand Marnier, lime juice and old-fashioned syrup.

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Vecio Margarita – Hilton Molino Stucky Venice, Italy

Villa Can Totxa in Pollenca, Mallorca

When it comes to a show-stopping margarita, the Purple Summer Mallorca Margarita from the Villa Can Totxa in Pollenca, Mallorca ranks pretty high. Purple Summer is a luxury holiday villa in Pollenca. All villas, including the stunning Villa Can Totxa in Pollenca, Mallorca, come with a private chef to whip up exquisite gourmet meals and mix guests’ drinks of thier choice.Purple Summer’s beloved Mallorca Margarita features tequila, blue curacao, lime juice and passionfruit puree.

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Purple Summer Mallorca Margarita – Purple Summer Villa Can Totxa, Pollenca, Mallorca

Great Plains’ Mara Nyika Camp, Kenya

If you enjoy coconut you will love the Great Plains Mara-garita from the Great Plains’ Mara Nyika Camp in Kenya. Ideal for those who like their drink on the wild side, this zesty take on the margarita offers delicious exotic flavors and a simple recipe. Those who want to truly immerse themselves in the moment can explore the private and exclusive 20,000-hectare Naboisho conservancy and incredible wildlife of Kenya.

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Great Plains Mara-garita – Great Plains’ Mara Nyika Camp, Kenya

Flora Farms, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Another favorite margarita from Flora Farms is the Farmarita. The Farmarita is an exciting, refreshing twist on the margarita. This tequila and carrot-juice combination tastes like sunshine in a glass and was a highlight of my trip to the farm.

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Farmarita – Flora Farms, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Gili Lankfanfushi, Republic of Maldives

Last, but certainly not least is the gorgeous Gili-Rita from the property Gili Lankfanfushi in the Republic of Maldives. The cocktail’s jewel in the crown is the butterfly-pea flower found in the island’s organic garden. The blue flower is soaked in sugar syrup for 24 hours to give the drink the striking purple hue.

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Gili-Rita – Gili Lankanfushi, Republic of Maldives

If this list leaves you longing for a margarita, why not give some of my margaritas a try? Some of my favorites include the Frozen Blueberry Margarita , Pineapple Sriracha Margarita or Pink Grapefuit and Honey Margaritas.


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