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Celebrate Summer with a Refreshing Gallon-Sized Strawberry Margarita!

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Summer gatherings call for refreshing drinks, and there’s nothing quite like a classic margarita to beat the heat. This recipe takes everyone’s favorite cocktail to the next level by making it in a large batch, perfect for entertaining a crowd.

Quick, Easy, and Perfect for Parties:

The beauty of this recipe lies in its simplicity. It comes together quickly, requiring minimal effort and delivering maximum flavor. No matter if you’re hosting a backyard barbecue or having a game night with friends, this gallon-sized strawberry margarita will be a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.

Gearing Up for Gallon-Sized Success:

While searching for the ideal container, I stumbled upon a charming glass jar with a spout, but don’t feel limited! You can easily use a recycled gallon container or any large jug you have on hand. Just remember to ensure it’s thoroughly cleaned before mixing your drink.

Get Fruity with Fresh Ingredients:

Freshness is key to an exceptional margarita. I used roughly half a pound of juicy strawberries and just two limes, but feel free to adjust the quantity based on your desired level of sweetness and tartness. Simply wash and slice your fruits, toss them into your chosen container, and get ready to add the magic touch: the liquids!

Yield: 4-6

Party Size Margarita

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

The perfect sized margarita for a party! Easily serve 4-6 margaritas.


  • Fresh strawberries (sliced)
  • Fresh limes (sliced or wedged)
  • 64 oz Sweet and Sour mix
  • 32 oz Tequila (your choice of brand)
  • 10 oz Triple Sec
  • 21 oz Strawberry Schnapps OR strawberry flavored cocktail mix


  1. Slice strawberries and limes and put into your gallon jug/glass/container
  2. Add the liquids
  3. Gently stir to mix
  4. Store in fridge to keep cold and enjoy!


Have fun with presentation and garnish with fresh strawberry slices, lime wedge, and don't forget you can rim your glass with sugar or salt!

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