Sip on some Fiesta

Ginger Blueberry loose-leaf tea and iced tea, next to Blueberry Ginger margarita

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a fruity twist! Our Blueberry Ginger Margarita recipe is the perfect blend of sweet and spicy, guaranteed to be a hit at your fiesta! 

Ginger Blueberry tea is one of our top selling teas, with a beautiful balance of ginger and blueberry.

For ease, we use a blueberry puree for a touch of sweetness, but you can use fresh or frozen and defrosted blueberries for this recipe. Frozen blueberries will actually give you the most vibrant color, but a few fresh blueberries can make a beautiful garnish. If you use fresh/frozen blueberries, add them into your cocktail shaker first and muddle before adding your ice and cubes and other ingredients.


Blueberry and ginger can make for a unique and delicious margarita flavor, as the sweetness of the blueberries pairs well with the slightly spicy and aromatic flavor of ginger.

For a more enhanced ginger flavor, we'd recommend skipping the blueberry puree and adding .5 oz simple syrup instead. You can also use candied ginger to rim your glass instead of salt or sugar.

Ginger Blueberry

Fresh mountain air, spices, berries and wild herbs - these are a few of our favorite things! Our Ginger Blueberry herbal tea is full of calming ingredients to help promote a peaceful state of mind. The ginger and blueberries give it a sweet and spicy kick.

Blueberry Ginger Margarita Recipe

  • Servings: 1-2
  • Yield: 1-2 servings

What you'll need:

  • 1 The Conflicted Brewer or a large paper tea bag
  • Cocktail shaker (or large jar)
  • 5 tbsp Ginger Blueberry loose-leaf tea (2 oz brewed iced tea)
  • 40 oz filtered water
  • .5 oz blueberry puree
  • 1.5 oz tequila
  • .5 oz triple sec
  • .25 oz lime juice
  • Margarita glass or double rocks glass
  • Salt or sugar for garnish
  • Ice cubes
Ginger Blueberry loose-leaf tea and iced tea, next to Blueberry Ginger margarita



Add 5 tbsp of Ginger Blueberry loose-leaf tea into your infuser/tea bag.


Heat up 24 oz of filtered water to 212 degrees Fahrenheit. Pour over tea infuser/tea bag until brewer is filled halfway.


Let steep for 7 minutes, then remove infuser/tea bag.


Top off with cold, filtered water.


Let sit until the tea reaches room temperature. Then put into the refrigerator until ready to use.


Ginger Blueberry loose-leaf tea and iced tea, next to Blueberry Ginger margarita


  1. Add salt or sugar to a small shallow plate.
  2. Using a wedge of fresh lime, or add some lime juice to a large bowl, dip in the rim of your margarita/rocks glass to moisten it.
  3. Turn the glass upside down and dip the rim into your salt or sugar.
  4. Set this glass aside.
  5. In a cocktail shaker (or a large jar), fill halfway with ice cubes.
  6. Add the blueberry puree, tequila, triple sec, lime juice and 2 oz Ginger Blueberry iced tea into your shaker.
  7. Shake vigorously for 15 seconds.
  8. Fill your rimmed glass with ice cubes.
  9. Strain the liquid from the cocktail shaker/large jar into the glass.
  10. Sip and enjoy!
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