Expand your Cinco de Mayo horizons with these unorthodox margaritas.
Agave migrates to Southeast Asia with this Sake Haus original ($10), which introduces blanco tequila and lime to ginger liqueur and lychee. sakehaus.net
There’s no booze in this marg from Sweet Dreams Vineyard, but there is some THC. Mellow out with this citrusy sipper (10-100 mg.; $14-$18). sweetdreamsvineyard.com
Barbary Fig Margarita
Some say Barbary fig. Here in the desert, we call it prickly pear. La Hacienda’s cactus-fruit margarita is extra pink thanks to hibiscus ($16). scottsdaleprincess.com/dining/la-hacienda
Not imbibing but still want a pretty pink drink? LON’s Last Drop’s non-alcoholic prickly pear marg doppelgänger ($12) features Seedlip Grove NA “spirit,” agave, lime, prickly pear and soda. hermosainn.com
Smoky mezcal stands in for tequila in Los Sombreros’ twist on a mango margarita ($13). Dry Spanish fino sherry adds an almond-y note. lossombreros.com
Put the lime in the coconut and… make a margarita? CRUjiente Tacos’ tropical marg ($10) is serving piña colada vibes, sans the sickly sweetness. crutacos.com