Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas Recipe - Authentic Mexican Delight

Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas

Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas Recipe - Authentic Mexican Delight
Region / culture: Mexico | Preparation time: 10 minutes | Cooking time: 0 minutes | Servings: 4


Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas
Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas

Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas are a refreshing and delicious cocktail perfect for any occasion. This frozen margarita recipe is easy to make and will surely impress your guests.


The frozen margarita was invented in the 1970s by Mariano Martinez, a Dallas restaurateur. He created the first frozen margarita machine, which revolutionized the way margaritas were made and served. Since then, frozen margaritas have become a popular drink choice for many people.


How to prepare

  1. Pour limeade concentrate, tequila, triple sec, and soda into a blender. Add ice and blend until you achieve the desired consistency.
  2. Pour the mixture into glasses with salt-rimmed edges. Garnish with lime slices.


  • Try using different flavors of frozen concentrate, such as strawberry or mango.
  • Add fresh fruit, such as strawberries or peaches, to the blender for a fruity twist.

Cooking Tips & Tricks

Make sure to use a good quality tequila for the best flavor.

- Adjust the amount of ice to achieve your desired consistency.

- Rim the glasses with margarita salt for an extra touch of flavor.

Serving Suggestions

Serve Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas with a side of chips and salsa for a complete Mexican-inspired meal.

Cooking Techniques

Blending the ingredients together creates a smooth and slushy texture for the margaritas.

Ingredient Substitutions

You can substitute the limeade concentrate with fresh lime juice and simple syrup if desired.

Make Ahead Tips

You can prepare the margarita mixture ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator until ready to serve.

Presentation Ideas

Garnish the margaritas with a lime slice and a colorful straw for a festive presentation.

Pairing Recommendations

Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas pair well with Mexican dishes such as tacos, enchiladas, and guacamole.

Storage and Reheating Instructions

Store any leftover margaritas in the freezer and re-blend before serving to restore the slushy texture.

Nutrition Information

Calories per serving

Each serving of Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas contains approximately 200 calories.


Each serving of Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas contains approximately 25 grams of carbohydrates.


There is no fat in Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas.


There is no protein in Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas.

Vitamins and minerals

Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas contain vitamin C from the limeade concentrate.


Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas may contain allergens such as alcohol and citrus.


Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas are a relatively low-calorie cocktail option with a moderate amount of carbohydrates.


Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas are a delicious and easy-to-make cocktail that is perfect for entertaining or enjoying on a hot day. With a few simple ingredients and a blender, you can whip up a batch of these refreshing margaritas in no time. Cheers!

How did I get this recipe?

The first time I saw this recipe, I knew it was something I had to try. It was a hot summer day and my dear friend Sarah invited me over for a pool party at her gorgeous estate. As soon as I arrived, she handed me a frosty glass filled with the most delicious frozen margarita I had ever tasted.

I asked her where she got the recipe and she told me it was a family secret passed down from generation to generation. She said her great-grandmother, Mrs. Gee, had created the recipe at their family estate many years ago and it had become a staple at all their gatherings ever since.

I was intrigued and begged Sarah to share the recipe with me. She hesitated at first, saying it was a closely guarded secret, but after some persistent pleading, she finally relented and agreed to teach me how to make Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas.

We headed to her kitchen, which was a chef's dream with state-of-the-art appliances and every kitchen gadget imaginable. Sarah pulled out a blender and began gathering the ingredients for the margaritas. She explained that the key to the recipe was using only the finest ingredients and fresh citrus fruits.

We started by squeezing fresh limes and lemons into a bowl until we had enough juice for a batch of margaritas. Sarah then added a generous amount of high-quality tequila and triple sec to the mix, along with a dash of agave nectar for sweetness.

Next, we filled the blender with ice and poured in the citrus and alcohol mixture. Sarah hit the blend button and within seconds, we had a pitcher full of perfectly slushy margaritas.

I took a sip and was instantly transported to a tropical paradise. The margarita was perfectly balanced with just the right amount of tartness and sweetness. I knew I had to learn how to make this recipe myself so I could enjoy it whenever I wanted.

Sarah patiently taught me every step of the process, from squeezing the citrus fruits to blending the margaritas to the perfect consistency. She even showed me how to rim the glasses with salt for that extra touch of authenticity.

After several rounds of tasting and tweaking the recipe, I finally felt confident enough to make Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas on my own. I invited Sarah over to my house for a pool party of our own and surprised her with a pitcher of the margaritas we had worked so hard to perfect.

She took a sip and her eyes lit up with delight. She exclaimed that my margaritas tasted just like her family's recipe and Mrs. Gee herself would be proud. I was overjoyed at her praise and knew I had truly mastered the recipe.

From that day on, Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas became a signature drink at all my gatherings. My friends and family couldn't get enough of the refreshing and delicious cocktail. I even started experimenting with different flavors, adding fresh berries or herbs to give the margaritas a unique twist.

Every time I made Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas, I thought of Sarah and her beautiful estate where I first learned the recipe. I was grateful to have a friend who was willing to share such a treasured family secret with me.

As the years went by, I continued to make the margaritas for special occasions and they always brought smiles to the faces of everyone who tasted them. The recipe had become a part of my own family's traditions and I hoped to one day pass it down to future generations, just as Mrs. Gee had done.

I cherished the memories of that hot summer day at Sarah's estate, where I first discovered the magic of Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas. It was a recipe that had brought me joy, laughter, and the opportunity to connect with loved ones over a delicious drink.

And so, I will continue to make Gee Estate Frozen Margaritas for years to come, sharing the recipe with anyone who wants to experience the taste of summer in a glass. Mrs. Gee's legacy lives on through every sip of this beloved cocktail, and I am grateful to have learned the secret behind its deliciousness. Cheers to Mrs. Gee and her timeless recipe that will always hold a special place in my heart.


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