Top Rated Triple Sec Recipes

Fruity Ginger Summer Sangria
Serve this sangria over crushed ice for a thirst-quenching cocktail.This recipe is courtesy of Bundaberg.
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4.5

Luxe Margarita
Top up your margarita with Champagne to add a splash of sparkle to your party.This recipe is courtesy of Cointreau.
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4.5

Fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice is low in calories and has no added sugar. This makes it the perfect mixer for a low-calorie drink — such as Skinnygirl Cucumber Vodka — that boasts the refreshing flavor of cucumbers. 
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At your next backyard barbecue, make this refreshing sangria recipe using DAVIDsTEA. Be sure to mix up an extra batch, because everyone will want seconds — and maybe even thirds. 
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4

Beyond Good & Evil from Sense Beach House
The Local House at the Sense Beach House, located in Florida’s trendy ‘South of Fifth’ neighborhood, is serving up the “Beyond Good & Evil” rum cocktail this month. It combines sweet Caribbean flavors of fresh passion fruit with a jalapeño-infused twist, making it the perfect mix to spice up your night!
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In truth, our Easy Pomegranate Margarita isn’t exactly a health drink, but our version is significantly better for you than a margarita from a mix — or from most restaurants. Margarita mixes are typically full of high fructose corn syrup, but this recipe contains no added sugar at all — all of the sweetness comes naturally from the pomegranate juice.
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Serrano Chili Mango Margarita
Whitney Bond calls herself “a little girl with a big appetite” on her blog, Little Leopard Book. She loves to make experimental food, turning classics into updated favorites or unhealthy dishes into something healthy and delicious. She has a handful of margarita recipes on her blog, including the unique Serrano Chili Mango Margarita. This spicy and sweet drink is the perfect updated addition to any regular chips and salsa night. 
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4

Lynchburg Lemonade
This grown-up lemonade recipe is made with Jack Daniels. Adapted from the original recipe by Jack Daniels.
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4

A tropical drink, originating at the Parrot Club in San Juan, PR.  1 1/2 oz Bacardi Limon 1 oz Triple Sec Equal Parts: Freshly squeezed orange juice and passion fruit juice Combine your ingredients in a cocktail shaker, shake, and pour into a tall glass filled with ice. Garnish with a slice of orange or lime.
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Prickly Pear Frozen Margarita
This margarita comes from Muy Bueno: Three Generations of Authentic Mexican Flavor by Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack, Veronica Gonzalez-Smith, and Evanglina Soza, courtesy of Hippocrene Books, Inc. The author of the recipe writes: Grandma had several nopales (cactus paddles) growing along the fence in her backyard in El Paso. Together we would pick the tunas (prickly pears) off the cactus, peel, and eat the sweet fruit. As a tribute to my Grandma – who loved her tunas and color de rosa (the color pink) – I dedicate this beautiful pink margarita in her honor.”
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What better cocktail to end summer on? This cocktail recipe, from caterer to the stars, Andrea Correale, mixes raspberries and mint with limoncello — a winning combo.
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Hornitos offered up this great World Series cocktail to us. Instead of just picking up beer for when the guys come over to watch the games, mix up the Hornitos Bro-mosa this World Series - it's easy to make, and is something both die hard Red Sox and Cardinals fans can agree on.
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2.5