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Margaritaville Singles To Go Packets Turn Water Bottles Into Poolside Margaritas


Here in the south, queso and margaritas are the official snacks of our region. I know, a hot mess, but we can't help it. We love our salty tortilla chips, queso, and house margaritas. This is our go-to appetizer at restaurants, and we often imitate it at home with Rotel dip and homemade margaritas. Get your Velveeta cheese ready, because Margaritaville Singles To Go packets are here to complete our favorite meals.

Margaritaville Singles To Go drink mix packets are sugar-free, caffeine-free, and only have five calories. (Hello, Keto dieters.) These non-alcoholic mixes are here to give you a delicious way to enjoy paradise, without the pricy vacation. Pour a powder packet into a 16.9 fl oz bottle of water for a yummy margarita flavor on the go.

Margaritaville Singles To Go Water Drink Mix - Pina Colada Flavored, Non-Alcoholic Powder Sticks (12 Boxes with 6 Packets Each - 72 Total Servings)

  • Keto-friendly
  • 72 single servings per box
  • Low calorie


Of course, you can use it as a water enhancer, by why not add a shot of your favorite vice and enjoy a margarita with your side of queso. You can buy the powdered drink mix in three different flavors. Margarita, Strawberry Daiquiri, and Pina Colada.

Customer reviews are terrific. I might have to skip Friday's happy hour and just make drinks at home with this margarita mix.

They're perfect for non-alcoholic drinks, and of course, a quick margarita by the pool. Leave your blender and ingredients in the pantry, because the only things you'll need to unwind are a water bottle, Margaritaville Margarita Singles, and of course, your tequila of choice.

I highly recommend Don Julio, but any will do. Amazon does have a variety pack available, so if you're not sure which margarita drink mix flavor sounds more enticing, try them all! Also, if you're loving the idea of enhancing your plain water with powdered cocktail mix, consider a Crystal Light sangria-flavored drink mix for that same great taste of paradise.

This post was originally published on March 9, 2020.

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