Browse All Recipes

Like on Facebook

Daily Newsletter

EBook - Buy One Get One!


iTunes | Stagetecture Radio

Ronique Gibson - | Blog Talk Radio Feed

Most Recent Posts

  • Pan Seared Chicken Breast With Herbs & Potato Hash
    Pan Seared Chicken Breast With Herbs & Potato Hash
  • How to Use Repurposed Materials to Improve your Decor
  • Travel Tips: What to Pack for a Hiking Trip
  • Breakfast Favorite: Cheese Egg Bakes with Ham Recipe
  • Summer Brunch Idea – Cheesy Chile Strata Recipe
Posted by

Summer Party: Lime & Sorbet Margarita Cocktails Recipe

Entry #2663, July 18, 2013

Start your party with a bang! With your party ready and guests are coming in, you have to make the first impression last. Set the tone of your party with cool cocktails, perfect for any summer party. It’s a nice party starter that will definitely make your guests feel the warm hospitality. Serving a drink to your guests is always a nice gesture.

If you don’t have any idea about what drinks to serve, try this Cool Lime & Sorbet Margarita Cocktails. This is a nice cocktail refreshment that is perfect in hosting a party. It’s so easy to prepare and mix. You don’t need a lot of ingredients and steps to follow. But its simplicity gives a complex yet has a soothing effect when drinking. The Cool Lime & Sorbet Margarita Cocktails can definitely pump up your party!

Lime & Sorbet Margarita Cocktails

lime sorbet margaritas

Lime sorbet margaritas

Image via: Better Recipes


  • 1 lime, cut into 8 wedges
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 2 pints lime sorbet
  • 1/2 cup tequila
lime sorbet margarita

lime sorbet margarita

Image via: Pinterest


  1. Rub the lime wedges around the rims of 8 stemmed glasses. Place the sugar on a small plate. Turn each glass upside down and dip the rims in the sugar to coat.
  2. Place 2 scoops of sorbet in each glass and pour 1 tablespoon of tequila over the top of each. Serve with a spoon.

That’s all you need! The whole procedure should take you about 10 minutes and yields at least 8 glasses. It’s fast and easy party starter that your guests will definitely love. The Cool Lime & Sorbet Margarita Cocktails are also perfect when you have a dinner date at home with your loved ones. It’s a nice and romantic way to express your sweetness to a special someone. Indulge yourself with the first glass of Cool Lime & Sorbet Margarita Cocktails drinks. Toast to the success of your party!

For more cocktail recipes on Stagetecture, click here.

Related Posts with Thumbnails
0 0 2303 18 July, 2013 Drinks & Cocktails, Food Recipes July 18, 2013

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Stagetecture Favorites

  • Fourth of July Cocktail: Mojito with Extra Lime Recipe
    Fourth of July Cocktail: Mojito with Extra Lime Recipe
  • Memorial Day Cocktail – Rum Hibiscus Recipe
  • Relaxing Berry & Blood Orange Sangria Recipe
  • Quenching Spring Drink: Strawberry Lemon Cooler Recipe
  • Refreshing Strawberry Basil Margarita Recipe
  • Easy Spring Entertaining: Pink Lemonade Punch Recipe
  • Spring Cocktail: Iced Green Tea Mojito Recipe

Join Me


About Me

Stagetecture combines my passions - architecture, home staging, organization, food recipes, decor, and everything home! Poke around, stay awhile, there's something here for you!

-Ronique Gibson, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP

Ronique's Full Profile

 Meet Stagetecture Contributors  

My Writing Services

Writing Services

Pinterest Favorites

  • Guest Blogger: Organizing your Garage this Summer
    Guest Blogger: Organizing your Garage this Summer
  • Savory Gluten-Free Cooking – ‘Small Plates and Sweet Treats’
  • Summer Dessert: Brown Sugar Peaches with Honey Whipped Cream
  • Guest Blogger: The Trend – Smaller Homes & Bigger Design Style
  • How to Find the Best Eco-Friendly Paint for Your Child’s Room
  • Valentine’s Personal Molten Lava Chocolate Cakes Recipe
  • Guest Blogger: Easy Tips for Choosing Glassware for your Home