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Boat Drink

Rated as 4.6 out of 5 Stars
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"I had something similar at a local Mexican restaurant and recreated it to the best of my knowledge at home. I figured if I had to recreate it, I could name it whatever I want, that's how I got the name!"
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Ingredients

10 m servings 341
Original recipe yields 1 servings (1 cocktail)

Directions

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  1. Fill a margarita glass with crushed ice. Pour tequila, melon liqueur, and triple sec into the glass. Top with sour mix, grenadine, lime juice, and orange juice. Garnish with the cherry and a wedge of orange.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 341 calories; 0.3 46.1 0.5 0 18 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

This is very tasty and refreshing. I think it would be a good recipe for a punch for a bunch too. Taste like a smooth melon margarita on the rocks. I think Jimmy B would approve :) Thanks for sh...

Most helpful critical review

Love the basic taste. Never been keen on Midori, so I will have to force myself to try it with a variety of other alcohols. Poor me

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This is very tasty and refreshing. I think it would be a good recipe for a punch for a bunch too. Taste like a smooth melon margarita on the rocks. I think Jimmy B would approve :) Thanks for sh...

All the girls loved it...

This house of parrot heads concurs, very nice BOAT" drink.

Great drink! I recommend using a martini shaker to blend.

Love the basic taste. Never been keen on Midori, so I will have to force myself to try it with a variety of other alcohols. Poor me

Yum! Wasted Away in Margaritaville!

If your on the docks or tied up in your slip they do! Great recipe!

Far too much fuss for a single drink. We liked it better when we made a full pitcher. Would have been better if recipe was scaled for 6-10 drinks.

I love it