Grapefruit Margaritas

Shake things up this Cinco de Mayo weekend with a tart and delicious Grapefruit Margarita!  This version is perfect for spring - easy, delicious and refreshing! I made these using the fabulous Mason Shaker, and I think its Southern charm added just the perfect, festive flair!  The recipe for this batch yielded enough for two glasses (plus a little top off for each).  If you want to double the recipe, I think it would definitely fit inside the Mason Shaker (it's a great size)! If you need even more ideas for planning your May 5th Par-tay, check out my board on Pinterest! Grapefruit Margaritas Serves 2 1 c. Simply Grapefruit juice (If you want a sweeter taste, go with fresh-squeezed juice from two Texas grapefruits) 1/4 c. fresh-squeezed lime juice (3-4 small limes) 3 T. Grand Marnier 1/4 c. silver Tequila 1 t. light agave nectar ice Margarita salt (or Kosher salt) to rim the glass 1 lime, sliced into wedges for serving Use a lime wedge to moisten the rim of the glass.  Roll the rim in margarita salt (or kosher salt).  Trust me, you'll want the salt - it goes very nicely with the tartness of the grapefruit!  Add a little ice to each glass. In the Mason Shaker, combine the grapefruit juice, lime juice, Grand Marnier, Tequila and agave.  Give it a good shake and divide the delicious liquid between the glasses.  Enjoy, and happy happy  Cinco de Mayo! Save