Sauza®-Rita

Sauza®-Rita

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"Add a light twist to your girls' night with this Sauza®-Rita!"

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Directions

  1. Pour limeade can and water into pitcher. Then add a bottle of light beer (trust us, its really good). Fill limeade can with Sauza Blanco Tequila and pour into pitcher. Stir and serve over ice. Makes 9 delicious drinks, perfect for any ladies night in.
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Carousel-Lady
7/22/2010

Since I have discovered using Limeade for Margarita I love it. But I do mine a little different and its Great!! Sorry I don't not like beer - so with my changes I give it 5+ stars. - I use the full can of limeade, then 1/2 can of water; 1/2 can of tequila; and 1/2 can of triple sec. Mix well and pour over ice; serve with a lime on the side. - Then to make it extra special I add one shot of ameratto into each glass. AWESOME!!! - of course you can use more or less tequila depending on individual taste. Also a good subsitute for triple is Grand Gala - its a notch up from tripe sec without being too expensive - ENJOY!!!

sherri Miltenberger
7/22/2010

Use Bud Light Lime and add a can of Lemon/Lime soda. Makes a good recipe so much better.

Mrs. Yanez-Solis
9/20/2010

My mom and I made these at a friend's birthday party. They are so easy to make, a drunk person could make them. The flavor is excellent, but I felt the amount of tequila was a little too much. Overall, I liked them, and would probably make again (with less tequila).