Three Margaritas with Torani Syrups to Drink Now and Later

Three Margaritas with Torani Syrups to Drink Now and Later
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Margaritas are my go-to cocktail, no matter the time of year. Whether I’m out with friends or hanging out at home, I love drinking margaritas. I’ll often stick to the classic but I also like trying other flavors. So, I recently made margaritas to enjoy at home with Torani® Syrups that I found at my local Kroger. With just a splash of Torani, I was able to quickly whip up margaritas in three delicious flavors; Raspberry, Mango and Passion Fruit. Each margarita was flavorful, delicious and refreshing. The best part is that the recipe to make these is super simple and only calls for five ingredients.

While I only purchased these three flavors to make the margaritas, I was impressed with the wide range of flavors Torani Syrups and Sauces offers. With so many flavors, it is easy to make any recipe your own! Plus, one flavor can be used to create endless recipes. Because ingredients are important, I like knowing that Torani syrups are made with real, simple ingredients like pure cane sugar and natural flavors.

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Right now there’s a coupon available for $1 off any (1) Torani® Syrups and Sauces. Search for the offer on Kroger’s coupon gallery. Once you find the offer, just clip it to your card so you can redeem the next time you shop. So simple! To find Torani near you check here.

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